Centrally located, just south of the intersection at Don Mills and Eglinton, the Metro Park development will welcome its first occupants in May 2025. Its selling points include proximity to parks, culture (the Ontario Science Centre and the Aga Khan Museum) and some serious retail therapy (Shops at Don Mills) – everything that makes city life so compelling. But perhaps one of the biggest draws for buyers will be the unprecedented access the new build offers to various forms of transit.
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