Concord Canada House Condos towers is a one minute walk from the Bus stop. It is in the Waterfront Communities-The Island neighborhood in Toronto. Nearby parks include Clarence Square, Waterfront Children’s Garden and HTO Park West.
Concord Canada House will finally bring retail to the forefront by wrapping approximately 25,000 square feet of restaurants and shops around the ground floor of the building, aiming to attract passersby with open and inviting spaces. Noting that the area has been deemed “gastronomically challenged” by some, Joanne Vacheresse, Manager of Commercial Leasing at Concord Adex, envisions an attractive eateries at all corners of the development, and particularly in the southeast corner where the splay created by the curve in Bremner Boulevard lends itself easily for a large patio.
The second story of the podium will be home to approximately 43,000 square feet of office space, followed by residences and a dougle-height amenity area which includes a basketball court and a cantilevered pool hovering above Spadina. The podium is topped off by an extensive manicured greenspace—25,000 square feet in size, exceedingly rare for a Downtown site—split over two levels, providing lots of outdoor recreation space including a dedicated area for dog lovers to exercise their pets. A pet spa will also be included as part of approximately 25,000 square feet of indoor amenity space.
The schools Near by include Cooking Toronto, The Leading Edge of Life International NLP Personal Coaching and Gone Sailing Adventures. The closest grocery stores are Sobeys, T.O. Tuck Shop and Bulkco.
Block 22 development by Concord Adex, Canadian residential developer and real estate investment firm with the focus on projects in Vancouver, British Columbia and Toronto, Ontario. The company is based in Vancouver and is one of Canada’s leading developers. Their major project is in Toronto’s former railway lands near the CN Tower. Once owned by Canadian National Railway, the railway property was acquired by Concord Pacific with development beginning in 1997. The project, now known as CityPlace, Toronto. When completed, this area will be the largest residential development ever created in Toronto. The area is bordered by Bathurst Street to the west, Lake Shore Boulevard to the south, and Front Street to the north and Blue Jays Way and the Rogers Centre to the east. Cityplace is also a 5- to 10-minute walk from King Street West and Liberty Village and a 10- to 20-minute walk from Toronto’s financial district. The neighborhood is also home to the Canoe Landing Park designed by famed Canadian writer and artist Douglas Coupland.
Over the past 25 years, the Concord Group of companies has also grown into other industry sectors including software and information technology, telecommunications, as well as green energy projects in solar, wind and hydroelectric power generation.