Block 10 of Canary Condos will build on the success of the Canary Park District’s previous phases. Like its predecessor Block 10 will provide an amenity-rich living environment-in the heart of a pedestrian-friendly neighborhood that will soon boast some of the city’s best transit coverage. Residents of these new Distillery District condos will be the latest additions to a community they will soon be proud to call home.
|Project Name||Canary Condos-Block 10|
|Location||475 Front Street East, Toronto, Ontario|
|Development Team||Dundee Kilmer Developments|
|Number of Storeys||13|
|Number of Units||205|
|Unit Sizes||1-3 bedrooms|
|Sales Status||Coming Soon – October/November 2020|
Canary Condos-Block 10: Development Info
Current plans call for Block 10 of the Canary Park District condos to consist of 205 units, with a mixture of 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom and 3-bedroom suites being available. The building will rise to a height of 13 storeys and include an 8-storey podium at street level. A total of 771 square metres of amenity space will be available, divided into 422 square metres of indoor space and 349 square metres of outdoor space.
Block 10 of Canary Condos sits in one of Toronto’s fastest-changing neighborhoods. The rapidly revitalizing West Don Lands area that surrounds the Distillery District has become one of the city’s most popular neighborhoods, and is home to an array of shopping, dining and recreational options:
- The Distillery District is just a couple blocks away, and numerous excellent restaurants and enriching cultural offerings can be found there.
- George Brown College is located down Front Street, making this location perfect for both students and professors.
- Rabba’s and No Frills are both close by.
- The Martin Goodman Waterfront Trail is just to the south, and provides a convenient path for walking or biking.
- Corktown Common is steps away, and serves as a common recreational space for the surrounding neighborhood.
- Protected bike lanes along Adelaide and Richmond Streets offer a safe cycling route into Downtown Toronto, while another along Sherbourne provides access to the north.
A branch of the King streetcar runs along Cherry Street, and offers frequent service along King to the downtown core. In addition, the Ontario Line will include a station in the area, while the planned East Harbour GO station will also be reachable via a short walk.
A State-Of-The-Art Community
The construction of Canary Park District condo community has transformed a previously vacant tract of land into one of Toronto’s most modern neighborhoods. With an array of visually appealing designs, a livability-minded streetscape and a wealth of transit options (with many more soon to come), units in these new Distillery District condos are sure to be highly sought-after. For that reason, interested buyers are highly encouraged to register online. Doing so will give you first access to reserving your unit, as well as a first look at prices and floor plan.
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