This heritage-rich area is reminiscent of Long Branch, a summer vacation hot-spot in New Jersey, a place which in 1884 inspired Thomas Wilkie to create a version of it in Toronto. The community was built to be a summer get-away for the elite of Toronto, complete with beautiful cottages, tennis courts, artistic fountains, and even a dance pavilion.

Over a century later, this area retains a lot of the same characteristics, but it is not just for the "elite." It allows home owners from all income brackets to have a chance to enjoy this historic lakeside lifestyle. The Minto Longbranch townhouses will be an exciting new addition to this charming community!

Building:  The Minto Longbranch development (with architecture by Guthrie Muscovitch Architects will consist of four-storey stacked townhouses and three-storey back to back townhouses, each with outdoor space. There will be 428 units ranging from 515 to 1582 square feet. 

Suite Features:  Nine foot ceilings, oak grain laminate flooring, kitchens have charcoal tones faux-wood cabinetry, granite countertops, and grey stone backsplashes (kitchen upgrades include an island, white maple cabinetry with glass doors, white Caeserstone countertops, and white marble mosaic backsplashes), bathrooms have porcelain tile, glass framed shower enclosures, soaker tub, and more!