Picture life in your very own North York luxury condominium. Imagine walking out your front door to 300 acres of lush greenspace, where you can start your day with a peaceful yoga session in the park or end it watching a tree-lined sunset. Imagine enviable transit and access to high-end shopping. Saturday in Downsview Park Condos developed by industry leaders in affordable luxury, Mattamy Homes. This condo project is scheduled for occupancy in 2021.
The 10-storey condominium development sits near Keele Street and Wilson Avenue, part of a neighbourhood undergoing a massive transformation. The area surrounding the park has a handful of developments in the works, and Mattamy’s condominium project is a hotly-anticipated addition. Residences are selling now so don't miss your chance to access the very best suites at the very best pricing.
Drawing inspiration from the old Downsview Air Force base, the building is a mixed brick facade and metal framework, designed to echo the area's rich past. Every unit features a balcony, terrace, or patio as thoughtfully-planned and efficient layouts are designed to appeal to a variety of tastes and living styles. With one, two and three bedroom floorplans available, the building will be a fantastic option for students, professionals and young families alike.
Suites will be open-concept with expansive windows that offer stunning, organic views of the park. The thoroughly designed living spaces will be warm and inviting with a stunning collection of high-end finishes like contemporary kitchens and spa-inspired bathrooms. Mattamy has created a perfect sanctuary for a modern lifestyle.
These condominium towers will feature the full extent of amenities too; including a fitness studio,Party room, kids play centre, study nooks, entertainment room and a landscaped rooftop terrace, perfect for throwing a top-notch dinner party with dazzling park views.
This North York enclave is finally starting to get the recognition it deserves, as it morphs into a vibrant, family-friendly hub. With the glorious, recreation-filled park at its centre, it’s no wonder more Torontonians are choosing to make the move north.
Location & Neighbourhood
The park itself spans 300 acres and is made up of forested pockets, ponds, trails, sports fields and gardens. With an abundance of sports leagues, educational programs and plenty of space to relax and enjoy the view, there’s always something to at the park, whatever your relaxation style may be.
Within the park you’ll find organizations such as the Toronto Circus School of the Arts (for the budding trapeze artist in you), Volleyball Canada, True North Climbing and Fresh City Farms. During the spring and summer the land features a local merchants’ market and plenty of large-scale music festivals and concerts at The Hangar Sports and Events Center. If you can imagine it, you’ll probably find it at the park. Additionally, the city and the province of Ontario are currently engaged in investing $16 Million towards the development of the William Baker Neighbourhood Community Centre. The purpose of the project is to increase recreational programs and services in the area.
Recreation aside, there are so many other reasons why Torontonians are flocking to invest in this North York neighbourhood. With easy access to Highway 401 and The Allen Expressway, you can reach the heart of downtown Toronto in under 30 minutes, or get elsewhere in the GTA with ease. The 24-hour Keele bus goes right past your doorstep at this condo, and you’re a five-minute walk to the new Downsview Park Subway Station on the TTC’s newly-extended transit line. The subway gets you to York University in five minutes and to downtown’s Union Station in under forty. The new Finch West LRT will be a 11-kilometer light-rail transit line connecting Northwest Toronto to the subway and transit services from York Region to Peel Region. The new LRT line will boost economic activity, cut travel times making the community better place to live and play.
For the shopping enthusiast, the newly-renovated Yorkdale Mall is a five-minute subway ride away, featuring high-end restaurants and shops such as Holt Renfrew, Coach and Michael Kors. For day-to-day necessities, most urban conveniences such as banks, supermarkets and civic services are a short walk or drive away.
Investors will be happy to hear the site of this new condo project is just south of a high-density industrial and commercial district, as well as York University and the brand-new, state-of-the-art Humber River Hospital. Additional employers in the area range from TD, CIBC, and Bombardier. This provides a healthy potential tenant base.