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The top 5 new townhouse projects in Toronto

New townhouse projects in Toronto come in stark contrast to the many high-rise condos we're all used to seeing around the city. These burgeoning developments, often located outside of the downtown core, usually offer residents more living area as well as a slew of amenities and access to communal green space.

Here are the top 5 new townhouse projects in Toronto.

35 Wabash
Located near Sorauren and Dundas West, this Roncesvalles-area development is a four storey townhouse-style project by Zinc Developments. It'll feature 57 units between 650 and 1,500 square feet, each one priced from $600 thousand to $1.2 million. Most of the building will be dedicated to two-storey towns, 25 of which will come with a backyard. Amenities include a gym and yoga studio.

Briar Hill City Towns
For this project, Madison Homes will build six, four-storey buildings to create 124 one and two bedroom units at Dufferin and Briar Hill. Renderings for the project show plenty of green space as well as roof-top terraces for certain suites. Briar Hill City Towns start in the mid-$300s.

Danforth Square
Along with a nine-storey condo building, this Scarborough project by Time Development Group, and designed by Kohn Partnership Architects Inc., will also feature townhouse units starting in the low $200s.

169-175 Jones Ave
After a substantial delay, this project is finally moving forward. It'll see the century-old church converted into loft-style condos and Lifestyle Custom Homes will transform the adjacent parking lot into townhouses. Units, designed Open Architects, start just under $700K.

W Towns
These townhouses by First Avenue Properties seem to be built for families. Each of the 48 units run between 1,300 and 1,330 square feet and all come with three bedrooms, three baths and a balcony. Prices start just under $400K for this development right by the Weston GO station.

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