The apartment buildings at 327 and 333 Dixon Road in Toronto were originally constructed in the 1970’s to house a mix of low to middle income residents from diverse backgrounds. The owners wished to create an amenity space for the residents and to improve the overall appearance of the buildings during a severance process. The desire was to attract high caliber residents and to ensure full occupancy.
Modifications to entrances, walkways and utility areas have increased the functionality of the site. The owner now maintains a waiting list of tenants due to the building and landscape improvements.