This multi-building master-plan is home to a modern and elevated residential community, featuring lush green spaces, on-site retail, and 62,000+ sq. ft. of thoughtfully-designed lifestyle amenities.
Arcadia District is also close to a wide range of local conveniences, including the TTC, GO Transit, several highways, and the charm of Etobicoke’s restaurants, shops, and more.
The concept behind this multi-building master-planned community is to create beautiful living spaces where residents of all ages can prosper. Living well means having the right personal space to recharge, coupled with common areas that allow for expanding one’s horizons and experiencing true human connections.
The amenity spaces will be a defining feature across all four buildings at Arcadia District. The amenity spaces will be a defining feature across the entire community, with over 62,000 sq. ft. of thoughtfully-curated indoor and outdoor spaces.
Arcadia District is located just 5 minutes from Kipling Station, with access to GO Transit, the TTC, and MiWay, making this a convenient place to live. The station recently underwent a $70+ million expansion, making it more efficient for riders.
Suites at Arcadia District are designed to make every day an absolute pleasure. Enjoy functional comforts, light-filled rooms, and well-appointed features and finishes.
Every suite at Arcadia District will feature the elevated and sophisticated presence of SMEG major appliances. This distinguished Italian luxury appliance brand is known for its exceptional craftsmanship, timeless designs, and innovative features.
This marks the first SMEG major partnership in Canada, and the first at this scale in North America.
EllisDon is Canada’s largest construction services company, and the one frequently tasked with delivering complex public and private projects across the country and around the world. Arcadia District is the company’s first solo residential development project, and it is bringing the same quality and commitment to excellence that people have come to expect since 1951.