HighPark This Saturday, July 11th at 10:30am, HighPark Condominiums will be hosting an information session geared towards property virgins. Guests will learn about how they can purchase their own suite for a shockingly affordable price tag while they mingle and munch on a few refreshments.

Attendees will also explore the new Tomas Pearce-designed model suites and the Parkside Club, an 18,000-square-foot amenity space featuring a double-height rock wall, an indoor/outdoor yoga and pilates studio and a home theatre. Plus, guests can learn more about the impressive deals The Daniels Corporation is offering like up to $25,000 cashback, a five per cent down payment and parking and a locker for just $9,800.

The 14-storey development is nestled beside the city’s largest urban green space, High Park, making it easy for residents to experience nature daily. Overlooking almost 400 acres of parkland, HighPark Condominiums is just steps away from cycling trails, gardens and sprawling fields perfect for summer picnics.

And the development’s connection to nature doesn’t stop at the park. Several green initiatives have been implemented into the plans such as outdoor gardening plots for herbs and veggies, a convenient car share program, low VOC paint and much more.

In addition to its connection to nature and all it has to offer, HighPark condominiums is also seconds away from the vibrant, bustling community of Bloor West Village. The neighbourhood has a warm, welcoming vibe with several charming restaurants close by like the Grenadier Cafe, Rawlicious and Whelan’s Gate. With High Park and Keele subway stations just steps away, the building’s location is also ideal for commuting.

Prices start at $299,900 and buyers will be able to move in this year. Space at the event is limited, so make sure you RSVP by today to secure a spot! The seminar will be taking place at the HighPark Condominiums Presentation Centre at 2150 Bloor Street West.

To find out more about HighPark Condominiums, email info@danielshighpark.com or call 416 351 1844.

Developments featured in this article

Facebook Chatter