AVLI is an important piece of architecture because it takes into account the importance of the public realm in design.

Rebecca O’Brien, executive director of the Inglewood Business Improvement Area

dHz Media AVLI in the News, Media Coverage

 

Certainly, Inglewood is peppered with all of the essential ingredients that make a community desirable. It’s quirky; it features a number of beautiful green spaces, from the Inglewood Bird Sanctuary to the river pathways and the fish hatchery; it’s without a doubt the city’s number-one hot spot for live music; and it offers visitors and locals a rich smorgasbord of shops along its urban high street – 9th Avenue.

Recently, several new landmarks have started rising up – glass-sheathed, contemporary designs, housing art galleries, Italian markets and coffee shops, along with amenity-rich condominium collections.

Take for example AVLI on Atlantic Avenue, a five-story collection of 64 condominiums, garden terraces and townhomes. Two-storey homes on the third floor will feature yards as large as an infill and ground-level live/work units will back onto the lane across from century-old homes. At the podium level, two-storey business and retail space will have access to a public courtyard.

Read the full article online at crebnow.com.

Those interested in a learning more about or registering for AVLI on Atlantic can do so by visiting http://www.avlicondos.ca/register/ or calling 587-317-7836.

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