Canary District CondominiumsEverything is surging ahead at Canary District Condominiums, where the final crane has gone up in February, and the entire community will be under construction! This visionary new neighbourhood has been a huge success since sales were launched on the first building last year. It has also received massive media attention because of its international role during the upcoming Para / Pan Am Games. As the Athletes Village, this evolving section of Toronto will have the eyes of the world on it.

Canary District is helping to revitalize the West Don Lands, and the entire process is incredibly exciting. Two LEED® Gold-certified buildings will house the athletes before being repurposed as a condominium residence. The first, which is now selling, has attracted a fascinating diversity of buyers, including first-time, move-up, move-down and investors. The one- and two-bedroom (some with dens) suites begin from just the $270,000s and come with high-quality standard finishes.

Dundee Realty and partner Kilmer Van Nostrand are doing a beautiful job of bringing the Village to life. The area’s redevelopment has also involved the City of Toronto, Waterfront Toronto, Infrastructure Ontario and some local community groups. This brilliant master plan offers an enviable lifestyle. The community will feature walkways connecting a wealth of amenities such as a YMCA, George Brown College student residences, retail stores, cafés, restaurants and recreational services. Residents will also be able to walk to the recently restored Distillery District.

With exteriors by KPMB Architects and interiors by Munge Leung, the two towers in the first release feature ceiling-to-floor glass for gorgeous views of the green space, courtyards and pedestrian mews. The stunning glass-enclosed recreation facility will feature party, billiards and dining rooms and a gym.

To find out more, treat yourself to a visit to the Canary District presentation centre with its high-tech interactive terminals. The website is at http://www.canarydistrict.com/, or call 416-603-7576.