canarypark For the 2015 Pan/Parapan American games in July of next year, 10,000 athletes from over 40 countries will call Canary District in Toronto’s West Don Lands their home away from home. At the end of the momentous event, Canary District will be converted into condos and townhouses and will continue making its mark on Toronto as the city’s largest master-planned residential community.

Future residents of the development, a joint undertaking by Waterfront Toronto and Dundee Kilmer Developments Limited, will find themselves in one of Toronto’s most thriving communities when it’s ready for occupancy in April 2016.

The newest phase of the community, Canary Park Condos, has proven to be a hit with buyers in 2014. This phase will consist of two condo towers, eight and 11 storeys respectively, and will also feature a collection of townhomes.

Check out this new promo video from the development team to get a bird’s eye view of Canary Park and learn why the project received the 2014 BILD Community of the Year award.

 

From access to Toronto’s largest YMCA to the future Front Street Promenade, a walkable neighbourhood sporting shops, restaurants and plenty of greenery, living healthy and happy will be on display in every facet of life in Canary District.

Along with a wide array of on-site amenities, including a rooftop pool, yoga room two party rooms and an extensive walkable courtyard lined with trees, discerning buyers are encouraged to quickly register here to secure spot in the new condominium project.

Those who make it out to the Canary District presentation centre at 9 Mill Street are in for a special treat as they will have the chance to win two tickets to Katy Perry’s World Tour coming to Toronto! All you have to do is take a picture with the development’s signature canary, tweet the photo to @canarydistrict and include the hashtag #kissthecanary, and you’ll have the chance to see the pop-superstar live here in Toronto.

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

Occupancy is expected to commence in 2016. For more information call 416 603 7576 or email info@canarydistrict.com.

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