In anticipation of the 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games, the Canary District is taking shape in a part of Toronto undergoing a massive transformation. And Canary Park Condos, a project by Dundee Kilmer Developments Limited and Waterfront Toronto, is coming into its own as well.

Situated at Cherry Street and Front Street East, the 437-unit undertaking will be at home on the eastern flank of the city’s waterfront – walking distance to the downtown, near the Don Valley Parkway, St. Lawrence Market and a whole host of amenities that are being introduced to the new neighbourhood.

The project recently hit a turning point in its construction work – the last few windows are being installed and work is now about 75 per cent finished. The rest of the construction work will focus on the inside of the buildings.

Canary Park offers condo-seekers the rare opportunity to be a part of history-in-the-making as one of the residential components of the ground-breaking, master-planned neighbourhood. Situated near the  soon-to-be-completed 18-acre Don River Park, thousands of new homes will come together around shopping, dining, public art, sports and cultural facilities.

The entire community is being built up as a sustainable, healthy, live-work-play destination. Canary Park Condos is similarly designed with harmony in mind. The two mid-rise buildings will connect at street level and offer owners a variety of city views – from a bird’s eye perspective of the new park to panoramas of the Front Street Promenade, the downtown skyline and Lake Ontario to the south.

Residents will also be treated to a lobby outfitted with natural accents and contemporary furnishings. The amenities, which overlook the park, will include a fitness centre, yoga room, outdoor pool, party room, spa room and more.

Suites range in size from 406 to 1,281 square feet and start at $278,900.

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