A community-in-the-making, 2450 Victoria Park signals a new paradigm of holistic city-building incorporating sustainable design and architectural excellence in a neighbourhood being reshaped for the 21st century. Just northwest of Victoria Park Avenue and Highway 401, 2450 Victoria Park will transform an underutilized property currently characterized by a number of mid-rise office buildings and acres of surface parking lots. A new vision by Collecdev, with contemporary architecture by gh3, will realize the site’s full potential.
The masterplanned development at 2450 Victoria Park will introduce 1,029 units across four residential buildings, featuring a string of ground-level retail to reinvigorate the landscape. A public park anchoring the development will act as a canvas for disparate recreational activities while promoting active and healthy lifestyles.
Located between Don Mills subway and Agincourt GO stations, the redevelopment will leverage the area’s key transit connections and achieve the Province of Ontario’s densification targets around commuter hubs. Additionally, the property will provide a total of 1,266 parking spaces in a 6-floor underground garage.
Ideally situated at the southwest corner of Victoria Park Avenue and Consumers Road, in Toronto’s Henry Farm, 2450 Victoria Park is an attractive location for anyone looking to live in North York’s thriving employment district. With future Sheppard West LRT stations a short walk away, this is one of the most commuter-friendly parts of the city.
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