the code condos

Well-connected to downtown Toronto, The Code Condos by BLVD Developments and Lifetime Developments comes with all the urban perks of calling Forest Hill home.

On top of all the big city amenities, The Code Condos is uniquely situated among sprawling parks, ravines and green spaces. One of the biggest advantages of calling the mid-rise project home is its proximity to Sir Winston Churchill Park, which sits just south of 6 Parkview Avenue.

Residents will be able to see all the way to the downtown skyline. After all, when a park is your neighbour, the views are protected. Sir Winston Churchill Park is also a huge perk for pet owners who need a space nearby to let their dogs loose. There’s even a pet washing station on the main floor of the condo.

You don’t have to go far to enjoy other area green spaces. Just north of the project, Cedarvale Park also includes a dog park but is well known for its rolling hills and wide open spaces. Bordered by ravines, the City of Toronto has even converted a grassy meadow in the middle of the park into a wetland habitat, which teems with a variety of flora and fauna in the warmer months.

Aside from an abundance of natural wonders, Cedarvale also comes equipped with an assortment of recreational amenities. Enjoy the baseball diamond, tennis courts, soccer pitches and even a skating rink.

To the east, Hillcrest Park provides Torontonians with sweeping views of the city thanks to its location at the the top of the Davenport escarpment. For a relaxing evening, why not drop by and watch the sun go down over the skyline? It’s also home to tennis club and a dog park and is a popular spot for families who appreciate the wading pool and children’s playground.

Another popular spot in the neighbourhood, the Wychwood Barns at Christie and St. Clair is home to a year-round farmers market, meaning you won’t have to give up on fresh, local produce come the winter time. It’s also become a hot spot for foodies with a regular schedule of culinary events. The 60,000 square foot community place includes live/work space for artists, a greenhouse and a community bake-oven too.

The green space surrounding the barns includes a natural ice rink in the winter as well as playing fields, a stage, chess tables, and a children’s play area.

Living at The Code Condos proves that having an urban address doesn’t have to mean living in a concrete jungle, thanks to the wealth of park space close at hand.

Made up of 108 suites and 10 townhomes, the nine-storey boutique building is designed by Hariri Pontarini Architects. Suites range from 430 to over 2,500 square feet and start from the mid-$200,000s.

For more information contact 416 792 7174 or visit thecodecondos.com.

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