It was only five years ago that ELAD Canada introduced Emerald City at Don Mills Road and Sheppard Avenue East in North York – and the progress on this master-planned condominium community has been phenomenal. The three residences in Block A are already completed and occupied. In Block B, three more are under construction and one is nearing completion, including Fifth on the Park, which will feature a major retail component at the base of the podium. In Block C, another tower is sold out and in pre-construction. Following that resounding success, ELAD Canada has recently launched The Point, adding an eighth landmark condominium to the mix.


Besides a fabulous location across from Fairview Mall, close to the Don Mills subway station and major highways, Emerald City offers its own central gathering spot, the Parkway Forest Community Centre. Now completed and well in use, this facility has a green roof, teaching garden and commercial teaching kitchen for green thumbs and avid cooks; a full-size gymnasium, weight room, running track, dance studios and incredible 5,000 square-foot aquatic centre for those who love to keep active; plus a youth lounge, craft rooms and YMCA-run daycare for families.


Another outstanding element of Emerald City is its massive colourful public art cones created by Canadian artist Douglas Coupland. Anyone driving by the intersection will know immediately that this is a special community.


For cohesiveness, all of the towers in Emerald City feature elegant exteriors by WZMH Architects. Tanner Hill Associates is appointing the interiors, making for a prestigious design team. The Point will have its own amenities for entertaining and exercising, along with an inviting lobby and concierge service.