The Address at High Park, a new twelve-storey condo on Bloor Street, has recently topped off. Developed by Chestnut Hill Homes, and designed by Quadrangle Architects, this mid-rise condo is adding to "Avenues" style redevelopment around Bloor Street West and High Park. The mid-rise condo should fit in perfectly on Bloor Street West, setting a nice scale for streetwall along Bloor. The current phase of construction includes application of the cladding, which is currently making its way around and up the condo. The windows are being applied and brick work on lower floors has started at the back of the building.
Suites will range from 615-square-feet to 1261-square-feet. Located where several neighbourhoods blend into the next one, the condo will nest seamlessly amongst High Park Village, The Junction, and Roncesvalles Village. Residents are steps away from both Keele and Dundas West subway stations, and as the name implies, will also be steps away from High Park. This condo is perfect for the urban Torontonian who also enjoys the calming nature of High Park, the best of both worlds.
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|Related Companies:||Andrea Kantelberg Design, Chestnut Hill Developments, In2ition Realty, Quadrangle, Quest Window Systems, TMG Builders|