Galleria on the Park Condos
If you are looking to move to Downtown Toronto or are looking for a better place to live in the area, then look no further than Galleria on the Park, which is a part of Galleria Mall’s redevelopment.
Set in the Galleria District, the condo puts you in the heart of a family-friendly and established community with a wealth of character and plenty of possibilities. But you do not have to wait until 2022 when the condo is expected to be finished and ready for moving in, as there are pre-selling units available now. Whether you’re looking for a place to live or for an investment, this is one of the best choices in the market today.
Galleria on the Park is a high-rise building that stands 35 storeys high with 2,846 residential units. The condo is a master-planned, mix-use community that spans eight acres in Dufferin and Dupont. Prices start in the mid $300,000s. Pre-selling units are already available to interested investors and homeowners. VIP registration is currently ongoing at CondoInvestments.ca. Simply provide your name, contact number, the number of bedrooms you need, and your price range to get more information on the project.
Reasons to Live Here
Galleria on the Park is a great investment and a stylish, chic place to live in Downtown Toronto. These condos are expected to revitalize the area while providing new retail offerings, green spaces, and office spaces. The property is set to become an environmentally friendly infrastructure that is centrally located; when you live here, it’s easy to find an array of lifestyle amenities within a short walking distance of your home.
Imagine the convenience of walking to restaurants, banks, cafes, grocery stores, pubs, local shops, and bars. You probably won’t need to ride your car to fulfill daily errands. This could mean dramatically reducing your carbon footprint. The area’s Walk Score is 91, and it is bike-able enough, with a bike score of 56.
If you must rely on public transport, Galleria on the Park offers excellent transit options, such as the TTC Bloor Danforth subway line, which is just 15 minutes on foot from the condo. You can get on that line to go to Union Station in about 30 minutes. Regional bus routes, such as the 24-hour service and express, run on Dufferin Street and Dupont Street. Bloor GO Station is nearby.
Galleria Mall Neighbourhood
The central location of Galleria on the Park Once puts it within easy reach of the most popular neighbourhoods of Toronto. Once completed, the condo should keep the Galleria Mall bustling and full of life, while contributing to the dramatic transformation of the thriving Wallace Emerson
neighbourhood, which continues to be a community hotspot with a state-of-the-art community centre, amazing parks, and other outstanding features.
From your condo, you can easily visit The Junction or Bloor West Village to explore their abundance of boutiques and shops. Little Malta, Little Portugal, Koreatown, and Corso Italia are all exciting places to visit for their food and seasonal festivals, particularly in the summer. For days when you simply want to relax and be one with nature, there is a lot of green space in the vicinity, such as High Park where cherry blossoms bloom in May. Also, at High park is a Zoo. In November, be sure not to miss the Santa Claus Parade close to Christie Pits Park.
The neighbourhood itself is family-friendly. There are plenty of schools and other educational institutions in the surrounding areas. Kids have access to plenty of extra-curricular activities, such as rock climbing, dance, and martial arts. On site, Galleria on the Park will provide a new 95,000-square foot community centre, which is set to be one of the biggest in Toronto, plus a newly expanded eight-acre park.
Galleria Condos Amenities
Galleria on the Park will have its own parking garage, yoga and fitness centres, and a rooftop/terrace. The development also comes with a new community centre and a new park. Public Work is in charge of the new park’s design, which is aimed to be a multi-functional community hybrid that integrates temporal and spatial flexibility while providing an inclusive park that can cater to everyone. Most of the existing development in the park will be part of the project and expanded with the larger and newer design.
The new park is envisioned to have three areas:
- Nature Heart – The easternmost aspect with forested areas, lawns, and paths coming from Dufferin.
- Community Heart – The westernmost part, adjacent to the community centre. It will be home to a skateboard/BMX park, gathering spaces, and a winter skating trail.
- Play Heart – The centre, will have an artificial hill, which is set to be a flexible play space. A multi-purpose sports field will also be developed and it can be used for hosting performances and events.
Perkins+Will designed the community centre. To its south, you will find a ‘Forum’ courtyard space, which will include the community centre building (the north part), and maintenance facilities and change rooms on the opposite side, in a smaller pavilion. A three-storey building will be erected to contain a fitness centre, gymnasium, indoor running track, a childcare centre, multi-purpose community and activity rooms, and a pool.
Elad Canada and Freed Developments are working together to develop Galleria on the Park. Hariri Pontarini Architects designed the master plan, which was approved to be rezoned early in 2019 to include eight residential towers, retail establishments, and more than 3,400 new residential units.
Elad Canada is also the developer of other one-of-a-kind properties in Toronto, such as Lansing Square, Emerald City 2, and Fifth on The Park. They likewise have developments in New York, Ontario, such as The Colours of Emerald City, Emerald City I, and Lumina At Emerald City. Freed Developments is also behind Anx, Seventy5, Direct Lofts, Thompson Residents, and Thompson Hotel & Residences.
A Great Condo Investment Opportunity
Now is a great time to register and invest in new property in Downtown Toronto. You cannot go wrong with Galleria on the Park because of the convenience of its location and the long-term value that its condo units can provide for both investors and end-users.