757 Victoria Park Ave, Toronto
About this condo
There’s a slight curve to the red brick and grey façade at 757 Victoria Park Avenue, allowing the building to stand out amongst its neighbours. The 1983-built condominium was constructed by Heathcliffe Developments Limited, and reaches to 18 storeys.
Residents living in any of the 209 Toronto condos at the 757 Victoria Park Avenue Condos have access to a number of useful amenities. For one, the building is staffed by a concierge who ensures everything is running smoothly at all times. There’s also a party room, an indoor pool, a hot tub, a gym, and a sauna, as well as underground parking with designated visitor spots.
Whether a condo seeker is looking for a place for one or a home in which they can raise a family, there’s something for everyone at 757 Victoria Park. Suites start at around 700 square feet, while the largest reaches to approximately 1,500 square feet. Toronto condos for sale in the building contain one bedroom, one bedroom plus a den, two bedrooms, two bedrooms plus a den, or three bedrooms.
While older buildings aren’t for everyone, prospective residents who value kitchen space quickly fall for these suites. Eat-in kitchens, which are rare for Toronto condos (and practically nonexistent in new builds), are abundant at the 757 Victoria Park Condos.
Oakridge is a charming residential neighbourhood, and one of the westernmost spots in Scarborough. The neighbourhood also happens to be extremely diverse, with newcomers making up more than half of Oakridge locals.
Residents living at 757 Victoria Park Ave enjoy strolling along Danforth Avenue, a busy street filled with shops, restaurants, bars, and cafés. The stretch of Danforth just west of Victoria Park is known as Greektown, and is home to some truly authentic Greek bakeries and restaurants.
The plaza at the southwest corner of Danforth and Victoria Park also comes in handy for residents of 757 Victoria Park Ave, as it’s home to Shoppers Drug Mart, Metro, Lowe’s Home Improvement, Dollarama, Bulk Barn, and more. And just in case shoppers can’t find what they’re looking for at Metro, there’s also a Loblaws just south of this plaza, on Victoria Park.
The parks in the area cater to all sorts of locals as well: there’s Warden Woods Off-Leash Dog Park for pet owners, Dentonia Park Golf Course for sports lovers, Taylor Creek Trail for urban explorers, and West Scarborough Aquatics for those who feel the need to swim year-round. And to top it all off, the building is just a 30-minute walk down to the beach.
While some Scarborough residents are better off driving, those living at 757 Victoria Park Ave don’t have to rely on a car to get around. Victoria Park subway station on the Bloor-Danforth line takes just 3 minutes to reach on foot, and from there passengers can catch trains heading west toward the city centre. The trip all the way to Bloor-Yonge station takes all of about 20 minutes, while Union Station takes just 35 minutes to reach by subway.
Residents who prefer to drive, on the other hand, can use Woodbine Avenue to reach Lake Shore Boulevard East. Once on Lake Shore, drivers have the option to use this road or the Gardiner Expressway to zip along the southern edge of the city. The Don Valley Parkway isn’t far off from 757 Victoria Park Ave either, allowing residents to use this major highway to reach the 401 in no time.
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