1830 Bloor St W | High Park Residences | Toronto, ON
About this condo
Don’t you just love it when a condo name tells you exactly what it is? High Park Residences is a condo building in High Park North — you probably gleaned that bit of information for yourself, but it never hurts to clarify.
Located at 1830 Bloor St W, this 14 storey building is home to 386 suites. High Park Residences was built in 2015, its U-shaped exterior is comprised of red and grey brick, with large glass window panes and protruding balconies. While the property appears as though 3 separate buildings have been attached to one another, it is in fact one building.
If you’re fan of extensive amenities, then prepare to be dazzled, because High Park Residences doesn’t pull any punches when it comes to the extras — fitness centre, yoga studio, sauna, rock climbing wall, billiards room, games room, party room, media room, shared rooftop deck and garden, visitor lounge, on-site security guard, concierge, parking garage, and more.
There is no perfect buyer for units in this building, so whether you’re looking to break into the market for the first, or an established professional, a couple, or a small family — there’s a unit here to suit your needs and an incredible neighbourhood to explore.
To go with its extensive amenities and incredible location at 1830 Bloor St W, this building has a variety of layouts and exposures, ranging from 320 square feet for a studio, to 2180 for a 2 storey townhome located on the ground floor.
All units are open concept, with 9 foot ceilings, upgraded kitchens with stainless steel appliances, private terraces or balconies, and floor to ceiling windows; some units have hardwood floors, but most have pre-engineered wood laminate flooring.
Buyers who are looking for a fixer upper, will have to look elsewhere, because all Toronto condos for sale here are move in ready. That being said, considering the desirable neighbourhood and the fact that the Toronto real estate prices are a tireless juggernaut, you can rest easy knowing that your condo will continue to increase in value long into the future.
With a condo in High Park North, you have what is arguably the best park in the city, just minutes from you front door. And yet, even with such a sizeable green space in the area, you don’t have to sacrifice on urban convenience.
For nature lovers who are forced to live in the city — curse you, capitalism — you’re literally steps from High Park. On sunny days you can enjoy a peaceful walk among the trees, or play baseball, tennis, go swimming at the outdoor pool, or just roll around in the grass if that’s your thing. There are playgrounds, a small zoo, a café, an event stage, historical buildings, and as much parkland as you could ever need.
Beyond enjoying natural scenery, there are pubs on Bloor like The Mugshot Tavern — which features mugshots of celebrities, if you’re in to that — there’s Bar With No Name for games and Karaoke, Cabin Fever for a craft brew, and The Wicket for drinks, games, and a plate of wings.
Can’t open your eyes without a morning coffee? No worries, Hannah's Cafe and Bakery is just next door, and if you’re feeling especially Canadian, you can grab a double-double at Tim Hortons just east on Bloor. For dining options within walking distance, you have Osaka Sushi Japanese Restaurant, Pizza Pizza, Sushi Place, Lunch Box, High Park Deli Express, and Aztec's Mine.
1830 Bloor St W has a sparkling 85 Walk Score — if you prefer to run errands on foot, then you’ll feel at home here. There’s a Rabba Fine Foods, Nicholson's No Frills, Max's Market, and High Park Pharmacy within walking distance, so even grocery runs, and prescription pickups are easy.
Those who regularly rely on public transit have bus stops outside of their building on Bloor, and High Park Station is 2 minutes away for subway service to downtown Toronto.
Car owners who live at High Park Residences don’t have to spend much time in bumper to bumper traffic — a quick trip south on Parkside Drive will have you on Lake Shore Boulevard of the Gardiner Expressway in less than 10 minutes… Please, don’t quote us on that.
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