Cavo Condos

This new condo development will benefit from both its tranquil surroundings and its thriving metropolitan conveniences. CAVO Condos is a new high-rise condominium development by Minto Communities in Etobicoke. This 23 storey pre-construction project with approximately 327 units is located at 20 Cordova Ave,near the Mimico Creek and the Islington Golf Club in the Six Points neighbourhood.



CAVO Condos is an excellent opportunity to invest in a growing district. Like many parts of the region, this particular site is a “regeneration area” where significant reinvestment and intensification is encouraged. Etobicoke has a strong employment sector, in both manufacturing and corporate industries and is expected to build two major film production facilities, which will open the door to even more jobs. Thanks to the region’s many retail conveniences and access, its become a popular part of the GTA for younger companies to set up head offices in.



About 6 min walk to the Islington Station, which can bring convenient way for commuting.The station is located on the northwest side of Bloor Street West and Islington Avenue, and is built on three levels. Street level is where all three parking lots, all three entrances, as well as where the bus platform is located. The entrances to the station can be found at the main parking, and at the east and west sides of Islington Avenue respectively.


Etobicoke is also home to Sherway Gardens Shopping Mall, which is an upscale mall with some of the regions favourite retailers. For those on more of a budget directly across the street from the mall are outlet plazas with great discounted shopping options.


The company is imaginative and diligent in conveying quality and affordability. Their well-designed homes and solid reputation has been the cornerstone in bringing homes and communities to the Greater Toronto housing marketplace while providing excellent customer service to their purchasers and their families.

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