Aragon PropertiesEnigma on the Park is one step closer to realization, as the project's on-site presentation centre has been relocated to 1346 Bloor Street West, at the top of St Helens Avenue, to make way for construction of the 9-storey, Quadrangle Architects-designed condominium and townhome development. Notable for its dynamic two-toned cladding, the building will provide new residential and commercial space to St. Helens Avenue in the Bloor and Lansdowne area.

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

The development is offering a total of 86 condo and townhome units, with over 50 different floor plans, sizes ranging from 420 square feet up to 1,567 square feet, and prices ranging from $231,900 up to $999,900. Residents at Enigma will enjoy just a few amenity spaces, in an effort to keep maintenance fees low for owners. The amenities being offered include a gym, theatre, and a rooftop terrace with a lounge and fire pit.

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

Neighbourhood amenities and transit infrastructure are some of the factors drawing new residents to this area of the city. The project is directly adjacent to MacGregor Park, providing the main neighbourhood amenity. The park is also an important factor for south-facing units, which will be forever protected from having their views obscured by new development.

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

The Bloordale and Dundas West areas offer additional neighbourhood amenities, including ample shopping and dining options, while art enthusiasts will enjoy the many private galleries in the area, as well as the future home of MoCCA, which will occupy the Art Deco Tower Automotive building, to be revitalized in 2017. In the transit department, Enigma's residents will be just a 5 minute walk from Bloor GO Station and the new UP Express, as well as Dundas West and Lansdowne subway stations on the TTC's Line 2. 

Enigma on the Park, Quadrangle Architects, Aragon Properties, TorontoNortheast-facing aerial view of the Enigma site, image retrieved from Apple Maps

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