Canvas Condominium: An East End Success Story

Apr 28, 2017

With today’s real estate market being so prosperous, there are many fantastic opportunities, and stories of successful developments throughout the city. Many of these developments are creating a positive impact in the communities they are a part of. One of these success stories is Canvas Condominium by Marlin Spring. To get a closer look at the project, we caught up with Marlin Spring’s Senior Project Manager, Jordan DeBrincat, and asked her a few questions.

The Vision Behind the Project

Canvas Condominium

Every building/project has a vision. In her words, this project was designed so that every purchaser could have a unique experience. The name, “Canvas Condominium” is very appropriate, as Jordan compared each unit to a “blank canvas,” leaving opportunity for the buyer to create their own masterpiece within their home. With multiple floor plans and different choices for layouts, each buyer had the opportunity to choose the ideal style for their space.

About the Project

Canvas Condominium

The project consists of an 8 storey building with a unique exterior design, located in the heart of the Danforth Village neighbourhood. With 285 ft. of facade along Danforth, it boasts the most frontage from any other building on the street. Jordan says that the building itself was created using a mixture of glass and brick, to adhere to the same general look and feel of the existing neighbourhood of Danforth Village. Canvas Condominium has direct access to transit, with the Main & Woodbine Subway Station within walking distance, and the Danforth GO station only a few minutes away. It’s no wonder that it was rated one of the top ten places to live in Toronto in October of 2016 by BuzzBuzz Homes Canada.

The Success Story

Canvas Condominium

According to Jordan, the success of the project is not about the numbers, but about the “overwhelming response” was received. In her words:

 The amount of positive feedback we received from this project really hit home for us as we tried to create a place for each and every one of our purchasers to call home, not just another condominium building.

Marlin Spring not only tuned into the local culture of the Danforth Village area, but they also did their best to blend in with the neighbourhood. This was definitely achieved, as demonstrated by the numerous positive comments that were received about the project. The family in this Toronto Star article are a perfect example of some of the positive feedback that was received.

Canvas Condominium

With a unique design and the added bonus of being located close to certain amenities,  Canvas Condominium has already earned itself a great reputation. The project is in the pre-construction stage, with the anticipation of breaking ground sometime in the fall. For more information on this project, be sure to visit: www.canvascondos.ca

If you are interested in finding out more about the builder, and their projects, be sure to check out the Marlin Spring website.