High-Rise condos in Downtown
Tradition and innovation collide at 260 High Park, a contemporary renovation of Alhambra Church, which stood at High Park Avenue and Annette Street for over a century.
Medallion Capital Group‘s 260 High Park Condos is a new condominium and townhouse development. The condo is currently under construction at 260 High Park Avenue in Toronto, ON, and is scheduled to be completed in 2023.
The building has four floors and 70 units ranging in size from 584 square feet to 3054 square feet in one- to three-bedroom configurations. Turner Fleischer Architects Inc., Finegold Alexander Associates, and ERA Architects Inc. designed the project, which also features interior design by U31.
A unit in this Toronto condo and townhouse for sale is priced starting at $949,900.
Medallion Capital Group’s 260 High Park condominium property is located at 260 High Park Avenue in Toronto’s Junction Area neighbourhood, with an 88 out of 100 walk score and a 78 out of 100 transit score.
A plethora of interesting places to see and explore surrounding the site. There are fantastic places to dine, run errands, spend time in pleasant restaurants and cafés, attend exciting venues, access the transit system, and enjoy the natural and lovely open spaces in the quaint area. Big box retailers like Walmart, Metro, Canadian Tire, The Home Depot, and others are about 5 minutes away.
The property is conveniently positioned near several modes of transportation. Commuters may travel east and west across the city in three minutes from High Park Subway Station. steps to various TTC bus lines and 4 minutes to St. Clair Ave. W., where they may catch the St. Clair Streetcar.
Motorists, on the other hand, will be less than 10 minutes from the Gardiner Expressway.
This region is also good for students, as it is close to numerous outstanding schools. walking distance from Humberside Collegiate Institute, The Clover School, and Anette Street Junior and Senior Public Schools.
For college students, the condominium is also an ideal off-campus living alternative. Only a 19-minute drive away is the University of Toronto.