Inspired by the art and history-rich region of Tuscany in Italy, the Tuscany Gates Condos boasts of the mix of modern and neo-classical design incorporated in its precast arches, columns, and the podium leading to its lobby, which will leave you in awe because of the fountain at the seating area. At 230 Forum Drive, Hurontario and Eglinton, Mississauga, is where Tuscany Gates Condos is located.
Tuscany Gates Condo allures eyes with its breathtaking roomy balconies, perfect for those days when you feel like sipping tea while reading your favorite book, or just letting the fresh air in. Some of its first class amenities are the concierge, a gym, an outdoor pool, and party room. Aside from this, its inviting design is equated with the size of the units. Residents are also invited to utilize Club Tuscany amenities like a lounge with a library, fireplace, and billiard room.
Tuscany Gates Condo’s location is also accessible to some food shops and establishments. Restaurants which are just steps away are Pizza Hut, KFC, Montana’s Barbecue and Bar, Pizza Pizza, and Bella Cucina Italiana. Schools near the neighborhood are Nahani Way Public School, Bristol Road Middle School, and PLASP Early and Child Care Centre.
For the morning run or jog, nearby parks are Huron Heights Park and Eastgate Park. Also near the condominium are Oceans Fresh Food Market, Rabba Fine Foods, Hasty Market, and Arfat Grocery and Halal Meat Shop, for those times that you want to bring the Alvin Leung or Claudio Aprile in you.
Tuscany Gates Condo is 20 stories; the structure is composed of 236 units. Each unit ranges from 655 to 1758 sq. ft., priced at $400,000 to $440,000 per suite.
Developers of Tuscany Gates Condos
Currently, it is sold out after it opened to the public in 2008. It was developed by Castle Royale Development. Some of the developer’s projects are the Bellair Gardens in Valley Woods Road, The Palm Condominium Residences on Yonge Street, and the Vida Condominium at Bayview Village in North York. The Tuscany Gates is designed by HCA-Hnarry Christakis Architect.