This past summer, the Canary District hosted athletes from around the world who flocked to Toronto for the Pan Am/Parapan Am Games, each vying for medals on the international stage.
However, a different sort of dream can also be realized at the burgeoning Canary District: home ownership.
The builder’s MyHome program helps these new buyers clear one of the biggest hurdles to ownership — the downpayment.
Through the program, the government provides qualified buyers with an interest-free loan of a 10 per cent down payment, so they’ll have considerable equity right from the get-go.
A head start on home ownership won’t be the only advantage that Canary District Residents will have, either.
Pedestrian friendly Canary District has ample green space, a number of laneways and courtyards, and the nearby 18-acre Corktown Common park puts 1,800 kilometres of trails within reach through the connected and winding Don Valley Trail system.
The Canary District, which has received Canadian Architect’s Award of Excellence, is right around the corner from the historic brick buildings, boutique shops and cafes of Distillery District, and is just east of the downtown core.
And thanks to a partnership with LiveWorkLearnPlay, which helped curate a variety of shops for the area, Canary District residents can expect to see a lot more than the usual big retail chains at street level.
Canary District residents will also have access to a number of amenities such as fully-equipped fitness facilities, sleek designer lounges, a chef’s kitchen and billiards and dining rooms.
Occupancy at Canary District and Canary Park is slated for Spring 2016. Prices start in the mid-$200,000 range.
For more information check out the MyHome page, visit the presentation centre at 398 Front Street noon to 6pm Monday to Thursday and weekends from noon to 5pm, call 416 603 7576, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.