Situated where West Toronto's walkable neighbourhoods of Bloordale, Brockton Village and Little Portugal all meet, Aragon Properties' Enigma on the Park is soon to inject both new residential and employment space through a bold 9-storey mixed-use development designed by Richard Witt of Quadrangle Architects.
Enigma's 86 condominium and townhouse units will be located in 4 and 9-storey structures connected by a five-storey volume that bridges over a courtyard and driveway. A three-storey office building on the west side of the site will bring daytime vitality while also acting as a buffer between Enigma's residential units and an adjacent rail line.
The inclusion of the offices gives the development an L-shaped courtyard which opens up to the tree-lined St Helen's Avenue on the east and McGregor Park to the south. Enigma's situation directly north of McGregor Park means that the extensive views of residents with south-facing suites will be be there in perpetuity.
The boutique condominium and townhome development will feature more than 50 different floor plans ranging in size from 420 square feet up to 1,567 square feet. Residents will enjoy a collection of amenities, including a gym, theatre, common room, and a rooftop lounge with fire pit and barbecue areas.
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