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SCALA ravine condos from Tridel now selling

Tridel has announced that its fabulous new SCALA condos, set on the edge of a lush ravine near the East Don River near Bayview Avenue and Leslie Street, are now selling. The strikingly designed SCALA, surrounded by soothing green space, will rise in a series of terraces that create a distinctive stairway profile visible from all around. The lucky few who manage to get one of the fabulous terrace suites—they are selling fast—will enjoy a standard and style of condo living that’s rare, as well as unparalleled views over the ravine and river.

While the tranquil location will no doubt give residents a most serene and restful place to come home to, this is no remote country place. SCALA is in prime Bayview Village, just north of Sheppard on Leslie Sreet, near the excellent shopping destination of the same name, Bayview Village Shopping Centre, at Sheppard and Bayview. There’s a subway stop at Leslie Street, a nearby GO station, and for drivers the Don Valley Parkway and the 401 are a short drive away.

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Green and pleasant: walkways near the entrance and courtyard of SCALA condominiums from Tridel (rendering), now selling.

Downtown North York at Yonge and Sheppard is just a few minutes away, offering theatre and dining and all the urban pleasures of a great city. And of course SCALA will have the quality amenities, features and finishes that generations of Tridel condo owners have come to expect.

Suites at SCALA are priced from the $300s. Suites of the Signature Terrace Collection are priced from the mid- $700s to over $1.5 million.

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One of the Terrace Suites at SCALA (T4B), priced from $775,000.

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View SCALA prices and floor plans at the presentation centre

4800 Dufferin St. Entrance B

Monday to Thursday: 11am–7pm

Friday: Closed

Saturday, Sunday & Holidays: 12pm–6pm

Phone: 416 730 0300

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