Here is your chance to get in on what will likely be one of Toronto’s great new neighbourhoods.
One Park Place is the newest addition to phase two of the award-winning Regent Park revitalization.
The area is undergoing a massive, $1-billion, 15 year overhaul, which will span a whopping 69 acres.
The condo development is fourth in line of eight buildings which will soon be springing up in the new Regent Park.
The Daniels Corporation, who has been named 2012 High-Rise Builder of the Year, has already begun construction on the project. The group has exclusive rights in the area, and is developing a number of other properties.
What About The Building?
One Park Place Condominiums will be a 25-storey building, connecting to six and four-storey buildings, with a mix of residential and retail spaces.
The building is also being built to LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) gold standard, meaning homeowners will be sure to save money on heating and cooling costs.
Suites will range from studios to two bedroom units, with pricing to start in the low 200’s.
There will be 45,000 square feet of amenity space for residents to enjoy.
There are plenty of great neighbourhood shops, restaurants and attractions springing up around One Park Place Condominiums.
- Major Intersection: Dundas Street East and Parliament
- Neighbourhood: Regent Park
- Grocery: Your Pantry Food Store, Kabul Farm Supermarket, Select Fine Foods, season Supermarket
- Pharmacy: Central Medical Pharmacy, Parliament Pharmacy, Greendale Drugs, Shoppers Drug Mart
- Banks: CIBC, BMO Bank of Montreal, TD Financial Group
- Gas: Esso, Downtown Gas and Auto Incorporated, J&W Auto Centre
For parents, childcare is a major concern when deciding on a new home. There are 141 daycares located around One Park Place Condominiums.
Of those, Richmond Adelaide Child Care Centre, Metamorphosis Child Care Centre, Gerrard Early Learning Centre, Child’s Nest Infant Day Care Centre and Frankland Day all scored at least 3.7 out of 4 in one area out of nutrition, infant, toddler, preschool or school age care.