A new condominium development will soon be added to the Yonge and Eglinton neighbourhood known as Capitol Theatre. Limited details were disclosed by the developer, Madison Homes. They are well known for their works Nobu Residences at John and Mercer Streets and the Real Towns at Bathurst and Rutherford Road.
Need your daily dose of caffeine fix? Get it at the nearby De Mello Palheta Coffee Roasters, La Boheme Cafe Patisserie, Douce France, or Second Cup. Food shops around the area are Touhenboku Ramen, North 55, Uncle Betty’s, Roberto’s, Pho King fabulous!, Alleycatz, Kiva’s, La Vecchia Restaurant, Green Papaya, and South Street Burger.
Residents can also spend their free time learning a new hobby or sport or getting additional knowledge from books. The Toronto Public Library – Northern District Library is just minutes away from the Capitol Theatre, making it ideal for bookworms out there. Office supplies, construction supplies, computer and bike parts? Name it! The stores you are looking for are here. In the neighbourhood are these stores: Canada Computers and Electronics, Sporting Life Bikes and Boards, Restoration Hardware, Best Buy, Camdem Market, Beddintgton’s Bed and Bath, and Yoga Centre Toronto. You can even find a tattoo shop (Seven Crowns Tattoo) in the community.
Salons are also scattered in the area. Some of these are the Atlanta Hair Design, Anna’s Barber Shop, Castlefield Unisex Salon, Afif Salon Hair and Beauty, and Jason Lee Salon, which are perfect for the Me-time days. After this, you can grab a drink at Cibo Wine Bar or SIP Wine Bar and Authentic Neopolitan Pizza to cap of your day. Some of the schools that are a short drive from the Capitol Theatre is the St. Clements School and John Fisher Jr. Public School.
Estimated date of occupancy is not yet announced. Estimated completion date is still unknown. Prices and sizes of units are set to be announced. Capitol Theatre is under the preconstruction phase.
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