Situated right at the corner of Fort York Boulevard and Bathurst Street, Garrison at Fort York is a 12-storey building of contemporary urban design with sleek glass and brick accents and a boutique hotel atmosphere.
Smaller than most of the other condo towers in the area, Garrison at Fort York still offers over 240 Fort York condos for sale and for rent in a good range of sizes and styles from studio apartments to spacious two-bedroom plus den suites. The units enjoy bright floor-to-ceiling windows, laminate flooring, nine-foot ceilings, upgraded chrome and stainless steel appliances, and many suites have balconies with striking views of Lake Ontario and downtown Toronto. The building amenities feature a nice mix of energetic facilities and entertainment spaces that will keep residents active and happy while at home.
Beyond the walls of Garrison at Fort York, homeowners will discover the growing and historically enriched Fort York neighbourhood, a mix of lush outdoor green spaces and well-known cultural attractions such as the Harbourfront Centre, Molson Canadian Amphitheatre, and the Canadian National Exhibition or CNE.
Most Notable Features
Smaller midrise vibe: As a midrise building, Garrison at Fort York has a smaller community vibe than other Toronto condos in the area. The property management is pleasant and prompt when contacted, the concierge staff is friendly, and the building is kept clean. In short, it’s a fine place to call home.
Formal dining room: Among the many amenities at Garrison at Fork York from the swimming pool to the furnished rooftop terrace, the building also provides residents with a formal dining room and bar. It’s a perfect place for large groups, hosting Holiday parties, birthday celebrations, and more.
Across the street TTC: Garrison at Fort York boasts a prime location along Fort York Boulevard right across the street from the northbound Bathurst streetcar, an easy transit option that will take you up to King Street West and beyond. You can also walk less than five minutes to reach the Harbourfront streetcar towards Union Station and Toronto's subway system, a quick trip you will love in the winter.
With a new home at 169 Fort York Boulevard, residents will get to explore the new and growing Fort York community situated between Bathurst Street and Strachan Avenue, next door to the Fort York National Historic Site. Sometimes called the ‘Garrison,’ it’s a fresh community coming up among green spaces like Garrison Common and Coronation Park, but with many condo towers and new townhouse developments you’ll feel right at home as a condo owner. And there is a blooming culture of retail shops and restaurants, not far from the excitement of Toronto’s Entertainment District, Liberty Village, and Queen Street West. Some local hangouts to visit include The Craft Brasserie & Grill on Atlantic Avenue for big-screen TVs and a huge beer list, Toshi Sushi on King Street West, and Harbour Sixty Steakhouse on Harbour Street for a chic spot featuring steak, seafood and cocktails.
There are a lot of nearby grocery stores including Sobeys at Fork York Boulevard and Spadina, Metro on Lynn Williams Street, and Harbour Green Farms on Queens Quay West.
For local green space you have Garrison Common across the street and Coronation Park to the south. Plus you can enjoy Toronto’s Martin Goodman promenade along Lake Ontario for bicycling and roller-blading, picnic benches for an afternoon in the sun, baseball diamonds, soccer-fields, and more.
The Fort York neighbourhood enjoys many smooth and easy travel options, with an 85 Walk Score for those who prefer to get around on foot. There are two nearby streetcar lines heading north along Bathurst and east to Union Station where you can connect to Toronto’s subway system. For car owners, the area is designed to accommodate with wide streets and easy access to the Gardiner Expressway East and West via Spadina Avenue and Lake Shore Boulevard.