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Location: Front Street and Cherry Street
Neighbourhood: Canary District / Distillery Distict
Builder: Dundee Kilmer Developments Limited
Building Size: TBD
Canary Block is Block 16 from the Canary District Master Planned Community currently in pre-construction at Front Street East and Cherry Street in downtown Toronto by Dream Development (formerly Dundee Developments) and Kilmer Van Norstrand Co. Limited.
Canary Block will be a new addition to the “award-winning, 35-acre community in Toronto’s fast growing downtown east”. This master planned community is designed to “focus on health, wellness and convenient living” and the community is also located next to the new 18-acre Corktown Common Park situated near the Don River. Two developers from Toronto have collaborated to “bring the visionary Canary District to life”. Kilmer Van Norstrand and Dundee Realty (now known as Dream) are creating a “master-planned neighbourhood with thousands of new homes, shopping, dining, public art and sports facilities”.
“By the time most people get access to new developments the price has gone up 3 or 4 times. To get in first can mean saving tens of thousands of dollars.”
ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL COMMUNITIES IN TORONTO.
The Canary District master planned community is an “ambitious $514 million neighbourhood in the West Don Lands” and is being built in phases. The first phase of this project included the Canary District Condominiums located on Block 11 as well as the George Brown College Residence located on Block 1 and the YMCA which is located on Block 14. The second phase included the Canary Park Condominiums located on Block 4 and affordable rental housing located on Blocks 3 and 15. The third phase is the Canary Block Condominiums which will be located on Block 16. This neighbourhood is being built “on the principles of green living to become a sustainable, health and wellness inspired, pedestrian-friendly destination”. This community was “last year’s BILD Community of the Year” and also “served as the Athlete’s Village” during the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games.