One Park Place South Tower

A high-rise condo at Toronto

One Park Place South Tower by The Daniels Corporation, located southern edge of Dundas Street East on Regent Park Boulevard in Toronto, is part of a dual-tower complex atop a common platform and the newest addition to Regent Park’s redevelopment plan.

The South Tower is 29 stories tall and houses approximately 400 Toronto condominiums for sale and rent. Suites range in size and design from studio apartments to two-bedroom plus den suites, with the majority boasting open concept layouts, contemporary kitchens, large windows, and private balconies. Residents at One Park Place enjoy easy access to commercial space on the ground level, as well as the award-winning Regional Aquatic Centre and the Daniels Spectrum, a 60,000-square-foot cultural centre that blends music, dance, theater, and cinema.



One Park Place South Tower, located at 55 Regent Park Blvd., is a 29-story structure that houses 414 downtown Toronto residences. This structure, built in 2015, is the second of two in a two-tower development, and is somewhat bigger than its sister tower; the elegant white exterior is a welcome contrast from most new glass buildings, giving the building an established appearance despite its young.

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55 Regent Park Blvd is the ideal location for individuals who want to conduct errands with two feet and a heartbeat – shoes are also necessary. There’s a Shoppers Drug Mart on the first level and a Fresh Co. only a few minutes to the west, so even groceries are simple to get by. Streetcars on Dundas are just feet away from public transport customers’ lobby doors, and if you need to get to Union Station, it’s only a short streetcar trip to Dundas Station for subway service.


Regent Park, located on the outskirts of downtown at Toronto’s east end and the Don Valley Parkway, was formerly thought to be a transitional neighborhood with a bad reputation. However, in recent years, this region has grown extremely attractive, as seen by the appearance of sleek projects such as One Park Place South Tower around the neighborhood.

As a resident of 55 Regent Park Blvd, you’re only a few feet away from Tim Hortons; if you’re a coffee connoisseur, Sumach Espresso, Red Line Coffee, and Odin Cafe + Bar are all within walking distance. Paintbox Bistro on Dundas is just across the corner for eating. Sukhothai, Quincy’s Afro-Kitchen and Bar, Sultan of Samosas, Halal Noor Pizza, and Figs Breakfast Lunch are just a few of the outstanding eateries on Parliament. If you want a more broad option, take a bus on Parliament to the Distillery District, where you can find Archeo, El Catrin, Cluny Bistro & Boulangerie, Mill St. Brew Pub, and other restaurants.


One Park Place South Tower residents have access to 45,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities, including two squash courts, a half-court gymnasium, a fitness studio, and an outdoor terrace lounge with BBQ stations.

One Park Place South Tower Rooftop Terrace

Unlike many other downtown Toronto condominiums, One Park Place’s units were built to the LEED Gold Certification Standard. Residents will be able to enjoy a greener living experience with bicycle storage, electrified parking spots, water-saving technologies, and a green rooftop to assist cool the building.

The east end location of One Park Place is particularly appealing, as it is adjacent to several beautiful outdoor natural places such as Riverdale Farm and the Lower Don River Trail. One Park Place South Tower might be a suitable choice if you desire an urban home with convenient access to new outdoor experiences.



The Daniels Corporation is an award-winning development firm who has been internationally recognized for their work in creating socially-conscious communities for over 35 years. Daniels has built more than 30,000 award-winning homes and apartments, master-planned mixed-use communities, and commercial and retail spaces.

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One Park Place South Tower

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