We have talked a lot about Aragon PropertiesEnigma on the Park over the past several months, highlighting the 9-storey condo and townhome development's bold and innovative Quadrangle Architects design. Enigma is more than just a design highpoint in the West End however, as its location will put residents in close proximity to Bloor Station, already an active stop on GO's Kitchener line, and soon to be one of the four stops on the Union Pearson Express (UPX), scheduled to open on June 6.

Enigma on the Park, Quadrangle Architects, Aragon Properties, TorontoRendering of Enigma on the Park, image courtesy of Aragon

Transit is a major determining factor in where people choose to look for for a new home. While our subway system is still the obvious quick transport around the city, GO Transit's coming transformation from commuter rail to a full regional rail system offers an attractive alternative in the coming years. Bloor Station is located only a few blocks northwest of the Enigma on the Park site, and its proximity will allow residents to move between home and downtown without having to transfer trains. 

Enigma on the Park, Quadrangle Architects, Aragon Properties, TorontoAerial view showing the Enigma site (red) and its proximity to Bloor GO Station (purple), image retrieved from Apple Maps

Enigma on the Park offers 86 condominium and townhome suites with more than 50 different floor plans, ranging in size between 420 and 1,567 square feet. Suites at Enigma reflect the area's industrial history, making use of exposed reclaimed brick walls to punctuate suite interiors. The unique geometry of some of Enigma's floor-to-ceiling windows will add particular visual interest to interior spaces, while still filling them with natural light.

Enigma on the Park, Quadrangle Architects, Aragon Properties, TorontoRendering of suite interior at Enigma on the Park, image courtesy of Aragon

Residents of the development will enjoy amenities like a theatre, gym, common room, and a rooftop terrace lounge featuring barbecue and al fresco dining space, and a fire pit. While offering fewer spaces than some of the huge sky-scraping developments in the city, the pared down selection of amenities will spare residents from high maintenance fees. 

Enigma on the Park, Quadrangle Architects, Aragon Properties, TorontoRendering of Enigma on the Park showing rooftop amenity area, image courtesy of Aragon

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