- 209 Fort York Blvd
215 Fort York Blvd, Toronto
About this condo
If a daily dose of nature is what you crave, but you just can't leave downtown Toronto, we've got the compromise you've been seeking. Situated at 215 Fort York Blvd and 209 Fort York Blvd, Neptune and Neptune 2 Condos is a 2-building complex with a modern glass exterior, home to 861 units.
For nature lovers and recreation enthusiasts, this location is a haven — from your front door you're just minutes from Garrison Common, where you can enjoy a scenic stroll and take in some history in the process. To the south you'll find the Martin Goodman Trail which extends for kilometers to the east and west, connecting to lakeside parks along the way.
Those who are athletically inclined — or are uncoordinated but try really hard — have plenty to keep them busy nearby; there are tennis courts, baseball diamonds, bike trails, rowing clubs, yachting, and ample green grass to run around and burn off some energy. And if nature and recreation just isn't your thing, have no fear, there's a ton of fun waiting for you to the north.
And while the prospect of living in a building with over 800 suites might discourage some buyers, 215 Fort York Blvd feels more like 2 separate buildings joined by a podium. Not to mention, that larger buildings often come with more extras.
In addition to a great location that balances natural scenery with urban convenience, residents are provided with a wealth of desirable amenities; pool, sauna, gym, party room, meeting room, rooftop patio, concierge, parking garage, security guard, and more.
Buyers who are seeking Toronto condos for sale have a lot of choice at 215 Fort York Blvd and 209 Fort York Blvd. Okay, with 861 units, that's probably a bit of an understatement. Buyers have a vast selection of layouts and exposures, in either a high-rise or mid rise tower. Suite sizes range from 318 square feet for a bachelor to 1576 for the largest 2 bedroom + den.
Because this building was completed in 2011, all units are move in ready and have desirable features like floor to ceiling windows, hardwood floors, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and private balconies. Some units have exposed pillars, and those with corner suites have wrap around windows.
For those who love to entertain — visitor parking and guest suites are available, and once you step outside your front door, you're just minutes from Toronto's biggest and best attractions in the Entertainment District, or the latest and greatest events at the CNE.
From first time home buyers to empty nesters, this property has something to offer any kind of buyer — at prices that won't break the bank.
It's odd to attach the 'up and coming' label to an area with as much history as Fort York, but there's no better way to describe this suddenly trendy neighbourhood. Known as the Garrison, Fort York has been the site of many new developments in recent years and given its prime location, this neighbourhood’s trendy ascent is likely to continue long into the future.
From the lobby doors at Neptune and Neptune II at Waterpark City you're mere minutes from the Entertainment District. Sports fans can stroll to the Rogers Centre for a Jays game, or hop a streetcar for the Leafs and Raptors at Scotia Bank Arena. If you're feeling touristy then you can head to the CN Tower, ogle deep sea oddities at Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, or spend a day at Steam Whistle Brewing.
Deciding what's for dinner can be a difficult task — and it's about to get a lot harder for those living at 209 Fort York Blvd. A short stroll to the north-east will lead you to acclaimed King Street Restaurants like Lee, Rodney's Oyster House, Spice Route, Jacob & Co. Steakhouse, Wilbur Mexicana, and more. And should you head east, you'll encounter casual favorites like Wayne Gretzky's, La Carnita, Boston Pizza — and countless others.
Nightlife is never lacking if you live near the Entertainment District, but that's especially true when you're also close to trendy bars in Liberty Village and King West. Local favourites include the Addison Residence for bars games and the occasional celebrity sighting, the Town Crier for imported beers in a classy pub, C’est What? for craft beers, and the Fifth Social Club and Orchid Nightclub for a lively evening.
Boasting an 81 Walk Score, residents of 215 Fort York Blvd can run most errands on foot; those who require public transit have nearby bus stops on Fort York Blvd and Fleece Street, and streetcars on Bathurst and Queens Quay which continue on to Union Station for subway service.
Even drivers at 209 Fort York Blvd have it made with this location — a short drive south will have you on Lake Shore Blvd in minutes, making it a breeze to connect to the Gardiner Expressway. Given all this, it's not hard to see why the Neptune Condos have always been in such high demand.
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