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Long delayed church condo project comes back to life

After years of confusion regarding the condo project at the Church of St. Clement Riverside in Leslieville, we finally have an idea of what the area will look like in the near future.

The development, which has been in the works since 2012, has two components: loft-style condos and townhomes. Led by deCargani Developments Inc., this project will see the more than 100-year-old church be re-purposed into a 14 unit condo building, the smallest of which is slated to be 807 square-feet. However, most will clock in at well over 1,000 square-feet.

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The adjacent townhomes, to be built by Lifestyle Custom Homes, will include 12 units and each one will have its own terrace. Prices start at just under $700K. These are smart, if basic looking units from Open Architects, who tend to offer understated designs.

Check out more images of what to expect below.

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