The proposed St. Clair Village mixed-use development has recently been unveiled. This development is located at the North-East corner of St. Clair Ave. W. and Alberta Ave. (the former Blockbuster Video site).
A First Look at Canderel Residential & Kingsett Capital Management’s mid-rise mixed-use development was recently found on Facebook.
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Sept 23, 2020 Final approval of development application
July, 2020 New LCBO Information Released
LCBO is the first retail tenant to be announced for the new community and will occupy over 743 m2 (8,000 sf) at the base of the mid-rise, 12-storey development. “We are excited to bring a brand-new LCBO to the St. Clair West community, reflecting the continuing evolution and transformation taking place in this incredible neighbourhood,” said Brett Miller, CEO at real estate firm Canderel. “Our goal was to secure an anchor tenant that would bring convenience, value, and high design to residents, and we wanted to work with an organization that has strong community ties. LCBO was a natural choice, as we are all aware of their long-standing service to communities and support of local breweries across the province.” Inside the new LCBO, there will be a 15-m (50-ft) long wall of vintage wines, a beer alcove, as well as a modern interior with open sight lines throughout the store, and contemporary finishes. (information from constructioncanada.net)
May, 2019 Presentation Centre information
The developers of this project are set to open a presentation centre in the old Ellington’s at 805 St. Clair.
April 26, 2019 STORY in Urban Toronto website
Developers Canderel Residential and KingSett Capital are moving forward with marketing of 900 Saint Clair West condominiums. The 12-storey Quadrangle-designed building is planned as the first phase in a group of developments being marketed as the “St Clair Village” community, set to invigorate a stretch of the streetcar-served Toronto avenue that passes through Wychwood, Hillcrest, and Regal Heights between the Forest Hill and Corso Italia neighbourhoods. (Continue Reading HERE)
March 31, 2019 STORY in Building Magazine
Canderel has introduced St. Clair Village in Toronto which according to the developer, captures the City’s new urban vision for St. Clair Avenue West. (Continue reading story HERE)