260 High Park Condos is a new per-construction Condo project located at 260 High Park Avenue In Toronto west.The Major Intersection are Annette Street and Keele Street. The Project Developed By TRAC Developments. Architect Done By Turner Fleischer Architects. 260 High Park Condos features a Residences Tower with 4 Stories High and total of 77 Residence Units.
260 High Park Condos Highlights:
-Walkscore of 94/100
-World-class public transportation
-Surrounded by shopping, dining and entertainment
-Close to schools
-Nearby parks include Vine Parkette, Baird Park and Malta Park
-walking distance to the High Park
-Easy Access Downtown Toronto
-Step to unique shope and restaurants.
260 High Park Condos has a Walk Score of 93 out of 100. Transit score of 81 out of 100.This location is in the Junction Area neighborhood in Toronto. Nearby parks include Vine Parkette, Baird Park and Malta Park.
260 High Park
Located in the Junction Area neighbourhood, this Toronto condo is expected to be completed in 2020 by TRAC Developments Inc. You will find 260 High Park near the intersection of Annette St & Clendenan Ave in West End’s Toronto area. 260 High Park is a 4 storey condo, located at 260 High Park. With suites ranging in size from 400 to 1200 sqft, this Toronto condo has 77 units. Your monthly condo fees cover Common Element Maintenance, Building Insurance and Water.
Location & Neighbourhood
It’s hard to find a resident who wouldn’t want to live in the High Park neighbourhood. It remains a desirable destination for both tenants and homeowners, filled with Victorian architecture, leafy streets, excellent public transit access, and of course, the renowned High Park itself.
Here you’ll find 400 acres of green space. Part of the park remains in a natural state, dotted with oak trees, willows and ponds, while the other portion features sports fields, an outdoor pool, landscaped gardens, an amphitheatre and a restaurant. Arguably one of Toronto’s most picturesque attractions, the park is particularly stunning in the spring, when its cherry blossoms are in full bloom.
The site of this project is a ten-minute walk from the shops and cafes on Bloor Street West, as well as the subway station. Walk a few minutes north and you’ll reach the trendy Dundas Street West stretch, part of the Junction neighbourhood. With a bus stop at your door, the transit options are endless.
In addition, it’s a short bus ride to Dundas Station, which is the site of the new Dundas transit hub. This site connects you with the TTC, Go Train and the Union-Pearson Express.
While much of High Park and the Junction are established areas, we have seen some dynamic, yet sensitive transformations popping up. Just to the west of the site, a mixed-use community is being developed.
Upon completion, it’s expected to include mid-rise condominiums, townhomes, creative office space, art galleries and a daycare. The neighbourhood has seen a steady increase in population, with a growth of 15 percent between 2001 and 2011. Most of this increase involved people in the “working age” group, between the ages of 25 to 64.
If you’re looking to invest in a unique property in a trendy and picturesque west-end neighbourhood, this is a great place to consider.
There is lot’s to find around 260 High Park. Some good places to grab a bite are Annette Food Market and Starbucks. Venture a little further for a meal at Bricco Kitchen And Wine Bar, Delicatessen or Domino’s Pizza. If you love coffee, you’re not too far from The Good Neighbour Espresso Bar. Groceries can be found at Tim & Sue’s No Frills which is only a few minutes walk away and you’ll find Shoppers Drug Mart a 1 minute drive as well. Zalucky Contemporary, Molou Theatre and OTTOART are all within walking distance and could be a great way to spend some down time. 260 High Park is only a few minutes walk away from great parks like Ravina Gardens, Humberside Grounds and Malta Park. Schools are readily available as well with Annette Street Junior and Senior Public School and High Park Alternative Junior School not far away.
If you are looking for transit, don’t fear, 260 High Park has a TTC Bus Stop only steps away. For drivers, the closest highway is the Gardiner Expy via the South Kingsway onramp and is within a few minutes drive, making it easier to get around Toronto.