Canary_front_street_promenade Toronto has a number of established neighbourhoods with roots that stretch back to the start of the previous century. But what if you could live downtown and help pioneer an entirely fresh neighbourhood?

The Canary District condos will evolve into the largest urban village in the city, with new condos, a 180-acre park along the Don River, TTC streetcar service and plenty of retail, dining and culture options opening in the mixed-use community.

If you want to be among first to claim the dynamic Canary District as your own, the new MyHome First-Time Home Ownership program helps out home-seekers daunted by that first down payment.

Register for one of the free seminars starting this weekend to learn more. In a nutshell, you only have to pay $1,000 down for a new condo, and then make an additional $1,000 payment each month until the 5 per cent down payment is complete. With suites starting in the mid-$200,000s, your down payment could be complete within a year.

Designed to achieve LEED Gold destination, Canary District will house athletes participating in the 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games before transforming into a planned community. Waterfront Toronto and Dundee Kilmer Developments Limited teamed up for the unique project

Available units range in size from 405-square feet to 1,475-square feet.

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For more information contact 416 603 7576 or visit CanaryDistrict.com to register for the June seminars.

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