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LOVE THE BLOCK
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LOVE THE BLOCK
Canary Block is the new and exciting third condominium building in the ongoing success story of Canary District. With its beginnings as host to the 2015 Pan/Parapan Am Games Athletes Village, the 35-acre master-planned Canary District, in the West Don Lands, is now bringing new energy and vitality to Toronto's downtown east. Home to the 82,000 sq.ft. Cooper Koo Family YMCA, George Brown College's first student residence, residential buildings and the health-focused, vibrant Front Street Promenade, Canary District is an active and growing community. Connected to the 18-acre Corktown Common park, trails, neighbouring Distillery District, Leslieville and downtown Toronto, Canary District is the perfect address to live, work, shop and play. With the new addition of Canary Block, now is the ideal time to call Canary District home.ith its future set on connectivity, character and sustainability.
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WHY CANARY DISTRICT?
SUSTAINABLE URBAN VILLAGE
The master planned Canary District is a sustainable, LEED Gold village designed on the principles of green living with generous public spaces, next generation Beanfield MetroConnect WiFi connectivity and health-focused retail and inspiring public art, commissioned by Waterfront Toronto.
From lush green spaces and community-centered gathering places, to all kinds of ways to nurture the mind, body and soul, the Canary District puts a world of attractions and distractions just steps from your front door.
Cooper Koo YMCA, Corktown Common Park, Cherry Street Streetcar, Retail, Distillery District, Don Valley Trail, Waterfront access, St. Lawrence Market.
Live connected to the city and all it offers, thanks to a well-planned network of streets, highways, subways, streetcar and bus routes. From shopping to schools to parks and day care, to all the amenities of the downtown core, you’re just steps from all the action. Not only that, the future new Downtown Relief Line is expected to pass though Canary District and there’s a new GO Station planned for the foot of Cherry Street.