170 Sumach St, Toronto
About this condo
Nestled at 170 Sumach St in the Regent Park neighbourhood, One Park Place North Tower is a 25 storey condominium offering easy access to transit options, green spaces, dining, and nightlife. And unlike most modern glass towers, the white exterior and traditional frame of this condo is a nice change from the usual cookie cutter design. This building is part of a 2 building development, the other being One Park Place South Tower.
Because this building was built in 2014, anyone seeking Toronto condos for sale can rest easy knowing that all units are move in ready — and amenities are modern; gym, yoga studio, party room, common room, games room, meeting room, squash court, security guard, concierge, and parking garage.
This building is ideal for first time home buyers, couples, and young professionals, as it offers affordable units with desirable finishes; with that being said, buyers of all ages and demographics will likely be drawn to this property due its ample amenities and incredible location.
One Park Place North Tower is home to 363 units, all of which follow open concept layouts to maximize living space. Buyers have a ton of choice here, with dozens of layouts and exposures, from 347 square feet for bachelor style condo to 998 square feet for a 2 bedroom + den.
Affordable prices often come with dated finishes, but you wont need to worry about that with this property — there are no shag carpets here. In every suite you’ll find desirable finishes like quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, 9 foot ceilings, and private balconies.
But what is quite possibly the best aspect of owning a suite in this building, is the excitement that awaits you just outside the lobby doors. It’s true that other east end neighbourhood tend to get most of the attention, but with so many new developments cropping up in Regent Park, and the wealth of nearby restaurants and nightlife options, you’ll always have something to do on a Friday night — or Monday… no judgement here.
If you're living in downtown Toronto, you expect to have quality cafes nearby. Coffee enthusiasts — or those whose enthusiasm borders on addiction — have Tim Hortons just around the corner, and for something fancier, you have Sumach Espresso, Red Line Coffee, Show Love Café, all within walking distance.
Step outside your lobby doors and you have dining options in every direction; you can go west for Paintbox Bistro, south for Flame Shack and Fusilli, east for Lady Marmalade, and north for Qi Sushi. Of course, these are but a few of the restaurants available in the area, including a Wendy’s on the ground level of your building if you’re too lazy to walk.
Entertainment options are vast for residents of this neighbourhood — those who love recreational activities have Pam McConnell Aquatic Centre just across the street, and Regent Park Athletic Grounds is just a short walk south. You can stroll to Dominion Pub and Kitchen for a drink, or hop on the streetcar on Dundas and head west for nightlife on Church and Yonge.
For that all important breath of fresh air, there are parks close-by such as Regent Park North and Sumach-Shuter Parkette. But if what you crave is a more expansive natural environment, you’re within walking distance of the sizeable Riverdale Park West and Rosedale Ravine Lands.
170 Sumach St has a 91 Walk Score, perfect for residents who prefer to run errands on foot; there’s a Shoppers Drug Mart on the ground level of the building, and a FreshCo on Parliament for any grocery pickups.
Those who rely on public transit will have no trouble getting around — there are east and westbound street cars right outside of your building on Dundas, and route 502 will carry you to Dundas Station for the Yonge-University subway line.
Toronto is a driver’s city — said nobody ever, and if you hear someone say that, you should shout at that person. Fortunately, car owners have a somewhat driver friendly location; a short trip east on Dundas will have you on the Don Valley Parkway in minutes… Hooray!
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