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Heintzman Place Condos
Toronto

Built in 2009 by OPTIONS FOR HOMES, this Keele and Dundas complex boasts 16 floors each with several hundred units. Some upper level units facing south-east offer great downtown views. Located in a very historic area of Toronto and formally the site of a neighbourhood Canadian Tire which is now relocated up the road at The Junction on St. Clair Avenue west of Keele Street.

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