260 High Park Condos By TRAC Developments In Toronto West
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. Units size from 400-1200sf.
260 High Park Condos Highlight:
- Close to Public Transit
- walking distance to the High Park
- Easy Access Downtown Toronto
- Step to unique shope and restaurants.
Steps away from Bloor St, 260 High Park is designed to be your sanctuary within the city. Carefully planned to conceptualize the landmark church, the adjoining building’s architectural character and culture reflects the personality of its location. Choose from an exclusive collection of townhomes, church lofts and residences.
260 High Park Condos includes 10 one-bedroom units, 22 one-bedroom-plus-den units, 23 two-bedroom units, 16 two-bedroom-plus-den units, and 8 three-bedroom units. The developer proposes 96 parking spots in an underground lot, as well as 72 bicycle storage spaces.
High Park is moments away. Situated on 161 hectares, it is the largest park within the Toronto city boundaries. And this natural oasis is conveniently yours to enjoy whenever you choose. Living here allows for easy access to the 400 shops, restaurants and services of Bloor West Village. With the High Park Subway station just down the street, travel is so much easier.
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.
- DEVELOPER: TRAC Developments
- ARCHITECT(S): Turner Fleischer Architects
- UNITS: 77
- UNIT SIZES: 400-1200
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