Phase 1 & 2 are now sold out!
CANARY BLOCK - PHASE 3 COMING FEBRUARY 2017
Register for Insider VIP Access & Special Incentives!
Canary District will catch the eyes of the world as it transitions from a home for athletes of the 2015 Pan American Games into a celebration of life and nature, family and community.
Toronto’s new downtown east is evolving into the largest urban village in the Toronto’s history. Anchored at Front & Cherry Streets, Canary Park will be a visionary community, adjacent to Toronto’s spectacular new 18-acre Don River Park, with lively retail and dining, inspiring works of public art and sculpture.
Starting from the mid$300's
WHY REGISTER FOR CANARY CONDOS?
- Developer Authorized Access
- Save Big - Special VIP Discounts & Incentives
- Special Extended Deposit Structure
- Capped Closing Charges & Levies
- Reduced Parking Space Price
- Right to Lease during Occupancy
- FREE Lawyer Review
- FREE iPad or FREE iPad Mini**
CANARY BLOCK CONDOS - QUICK FACTS:
DEVELOPMENT NAME - Canary Block (Phase 3)
DEVELOPER(S) - Dundee Kilmer/Dream
ADDRESS - Front Street E & Cherry St
FLOORS & UNITS - 12 Floors & 185 Units
UNIT SIZES - 390 - 1160 square feet
PRICE RANGE - from the mid $300's
ESTIMATED OCCUPANCY - Summer-Fall 2019
SELLING STATUS - VIP Registration
DEPOSIT STRUCTURE - 20% over 540 days
MAINTENANCE FEES - $0.59/sq ft + Hydro & Water
PARKING PRICE - $69,000
AMENITIES - Concierge, Fitness Centre, Party room, Outdoor Deck, BBQs and more...
Every element of Canary Park is designed to be open, inclusive and welcoming as a shining model of 21st century city building. With an emphasis on maximizing green spaces through courtyards, lane ways, on terraces and along secondary pedestrian routes, Canary Park will be a highly walk able neighborhood focused on the themes of health and wellness.
New pathways and the extension of Front Street into a vibrant pedestrian promenade will establish deep connections between the downtown, the Distillery District, Don River Park and Lake Ontario. Canary Park will maximize qualities that contribute to urban livability such as access to fresh air, the outdoors, sunlight, views, amenity, and public transit as well as a balance of public and private space.
The design meets LEED® Gold criteria and honors Toronto’s Mandatory Green Building requirements to create a self-sufficient and diversified neighborhood in which residents can live, work, and play.
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