canary park condos

Hear the name Canary District and you’ll likely be hit with thoughts of the 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games — but aside from hosting the world’s third largest international multi-sports event, the master-planned residential community will offer some of the most picturesque views of Toronto.

The image included above is the view from the 11th floor of Canary Park Condos. We can’t stop staring.

Thanks to the work of both Waterfront Toronto and Dundee Kilmer Developments Limited, Canary District will soon become the largest residential community in the city. Canary Park, a new phase of the master-planned community, is a modern 437-unit condominium at the corner of Front Street East and Cherry Street. It will feature two mid-rise towers that are connected by a podium of townhomes.

Residents will also appreciate the structure’s contemporary and eclectic design, which will be dressed in translucent glass, charcoal grey limestone and steel. The team of renowned architecture firms, including architectsAlliance and KPMG, have pushed the aesthetic boundaries further with a modern facade that will boast horizontal and vertical banding. The ground floor will also feature soaring floor-to-ceiling glass walls that overlook the charming pedestrian promenades.

canary park condos

This new phase is just one component of the master-planned community. Once complete, the new multi-use project will be comprised of 253 affordable rental housing units, 808 townhomes and loft spaces and a 175,000 square foot campus residence space dedicated to George Brown College. Couple this with a 82,000 square foot YMCA and variety of ground-level retail shops and you’ll be hard-pressed to find a reason to leave.

Nature lovers and fitness buffs will also feel right at home. The Canary District will have direct access to the provincial parks and trails that line the 180-acre Don River Park, which stretches for 1,800 kilometres.

Sales for available units start in the mid $200,000s and suites range in size from 405 to 1,475 square feet.

For more information call 416 603 7576 or email info@canarydistrict.com.

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