High-Rise Condo in Toronto
Waterpark City is a tried-and-true residence for Torontonians who want to be near Lake Ontario. The structure is traditional, simple, and sturdy, and it has been inhabited by pleased tenants since 2006.
Given the scale of the team responsible for the design and construction of 219 Fort York Boulevard, it is not surprising that the building has been so successful. The team of developers consisted of H&R REIT, Lanterra Developments, and Lifetime Developments, while Page + Steele/IBI Group designed the structure’s architecture.
The residents of Waterparkcity enjoy easy access to everything enjoyable: verdant parks, temperate waterways, trendy restaurants and stores, and even a speedy freeway. The structure is wedged between two substantial parks, Garrison Common and Coronation Park, so outdoor enthusiasts will particularly like the setting. The Martin Goodman Trail, a 56-kilometer bicycle and pedestrian trail, runs straight through the latter along the Lake Ontario shoreline.
Traveling to any section of the city is easy for residents of 219 Fort York. Using the Harbourfront Streetcar, residents may reach Union Station in around 20 minutes, while a bus traveling north and south along Bathurst Street brings passengers to Bathurst Station on the Bloor-Danforth line. The building’s closeness to the Gardiner Expressway puts drivers in an even more advantageous position. This route provides access to the 427 to the west and the Don Valley Parkway to the east for motorists.
The location provides everything a student needs to prepare for the future, from institutions to the surrounding environment. The tower is next to Ryerson University, George Brown College, and the University of Toronto’s St. George Campus. The condos are in close proximity to a number of attractive parks, including Simcoe Park, St. Patrick’s Square, and Grange Park Toronto.