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Mid-rise condo and townhouse in Halifax

Gorsebrook Park is Urban Capital‘s second condominium and townhouse project in the industrial heart of Atlantic Canada, located at 1034 Wellington Street in the Halifax Regional Municipality. The project was completed in 2020.

This new 10-storey residence with 165 units has sizes ranging from 1,367 square feet and accessible flats starting at CAD $689,900.

Gorsebrook Park is a condominium and townhome development that offers not just refinement and great modern appeal, but also the unique: parkside living amid Halifax’s lush South End!

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The South End, commonly known as the Halifax Peninsula, is home to a plethora of old houses with stunning architecture.

Residents at Gorsebrook Park condos and townhouses are near to hospitals, stores, local shopping, and restaurants, as well as schools, public transportation lines, and the beautiful Point Pleasant Park. When you see the houses, you’ll understand why it’s called one of the city’s most prosperous areas.

The Via Rail station


Residents of Gorsebrook Park condo and towns can go about quickly because of the area’s excellent public transit network. In the South End, public transportation is conveniently available for local trips.

Commuters traveling to the area’s universities and hospitals may make use of major roads like Inglis and South Park.

Meanwhile, if you’re planning a picturesque excursion around the region, the VIA Rail station is nearby. As the furthest area from main roads heading out of town, significant streets such as Robie Street provide a reasonably speedy exit by car.


Not to mention the abundance of primary and secondary schools, as well as colleges, in the vicinity. St. Mary’s University and Dalhousie University, both three minutes away, add to the area’s allure, especially among postsecondary students.

Inglis Street Elementary School, Halifax Grammar School, St. Mary’s School, Gorsebrook Junior High School, and many others are among the well-known public and private elementary and secondary schools in the area.

Dalhousie University
Point Pleasant Park


Many of the city’s best shopping is only a few feet away from the Gorsebrook Park development. Park Lane Mall, which is adjacent, has a grocery store, a food court, a huge theater, and big-box businesses.

Furthermore, living in the South End is relaxed and picturesque, with numerous tree-lined residential streets offering a refreshing breath of fresh air and a sense of comfort. Victoria Park, Point Pleasant Park, and Flinn Park are further adjacent parks where children may play and adults can enjoy the outdoors.

Overall, the South End has a significant upper-middle-class presence, with distinctive residences and a family-friendly environment.

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Gorsebrook Park is a 165-unit Urban Capital condominium and townhouse complex on Wellington Street in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

The project was designed for Urban Capital by architectsAlliance and Michael Napier Architecture. The project was finished in 2020. The available condos start at CAD $689,900 and have sizes ranging from 1367 square feet.

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The complex, which borders its eponymous park, was built to provide modest, urban luxury while maximizing views of the nearby green area.

There is a fitness facility, an outdoor patio, a fire pit, a swimming pool, a common area, a dining room, and many more amenities in the building.



Urban Capital started in 1996 and has come a long way since then. Since they started out with their 48-unit Camden Lofts development, they have delivered over 4,500 urban condominiums, with another 2,600 now under construction and several thousand in the pipeline, total over $3.7 billion in development.

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