These West End condos are right across the street from High Park, an excellent location for anyone who enjoys the sights and sounds of a sprawling forest and outdoor recreation centre, plus High Park Residences is right along the Bloor Street subway line, connecting residents to the rest of the city.
Completed in 2015, it took Daniels Corporation about six years to get this project right, with on-going consultation from the High Park homeowner community. Not wanting just another steel condo tower smack-dab in the middle of the neighbourhood, a lot of time and care went into the unique proposal that eventually became the 14-storey High Park Residences. The property offers 386 Toronto condos for sale and for rent, ranging in size and layout from cozy studio apartments to spacious two-bedroom suites, plus there are select two-storey townhome units on the ground floor. Most of the units feature open-concept kitchens and living areas, with nine-foot ceilings, engineered laminate flooring, modern stainless steel appliances, and some form of balcony either a Juliette style or a private open-air terrace. The building also offers 18,000 square-feet of amenities space with some very unique and interesting features, plus environment-friendly design innovations that will have residents feeling good about living green.
Most Notable Features
Great location: For Toronto condos in the West End, High Park Residences really stands out for it’s great location, both for beauty points across from the park and convenience perks along the Bloor Street subway line. The High Park neighbourhoods are mostly mid-century residential, but if you enjoy the thought of condo living, then this place is certainly worth a visit.
Unique amenities: With 18,000 square-feet of indoor and outdoor amenities space, High Park Residences was designed to bring a feeling of comfort and care to a culturally rich neighbourhood. Some of the highlights are the dog spa, where you can drop off your furry little friend for a quick clean up after a romp in the off-leash dog-park, and most notably the two-storey rock-climbing wall, which is just a remarkable offering within a residential complex.
A terrace garden: Another cool thing about High Park Residences is the building’s commitment to green-living initiatives and the creation of an 800 square-foot organic vegetable garden on the terrace. The garden will be open for resident participation, with guidance offered by two urban gardening specialists.
With a new condo at 1830 Bloor Street West, you will be right across the street from Toronto’s most well-known and popular green space, High Park. It’s a 400-acre outdoor recreational space with lots of open playing fields perfect for picnics and pick-up soccer or Frisbee, tennis and basketball courts, children’s playgrounds, natural walking trails, as well as education and cultural facilities and even a zoo. The surrounding neighbourhoods from Roncesvalles and the West End Junction to the Bloor West Village and Swansea are all largely residential with a growing community of cafes, restaurants, and boutique shops, not to mention well-established neighbourhood classics. Some local hangouts worth visiting include The Mugshot Tavern on Bloor Street, Indie Alehouse on Dundas Street West for a classy brewpub, and Playa Cabana Cantina for a cozy Mexican restaurant with a hip, rustic vibe.
For grocery stores and pharmacies, the area has many options within walking distance such as NoFrills, FreshCo, and Loblaws, as well as a countless number of independent markets and specialty food shops.
For a night out, you can go watch a film at the quaint Revue Cinema on Roncesvalles Avenue, enjoy Shakespeare in the Park during the summer, and stroll up to the West End Junction for a variety of interesting events and venues.
For those homeowners without a car, you can get around quite easily. The nearest transit stop is the Bloor Line subway at High Park, just down the street. For drivers, the closest highway is the Gardiner Expy via South Kingsway onramp and is within a few minutes drive, making it easier to get around Toronto and over to Mississauga as well.
HIGHEST PRICE PER SQ.FT. OUT OF 73 CONDOS IN WEST END, TORONTO
AVERAGE PRICE PER SQ.FT FROM RECENT SALES
MORE EXPENSIVE THAN HIGH PARK NORTH CONDOS
INCREASE IN AVERAGE VALUE OVER YEAR
Historical Average PSF By Year at High Park Residences
Historical Maintenance Fees at High Park Residences*
Average Sale Prices for High Park Residences in the past 12 months
$311,000411 = $755/
$311,000411 = $755/
$311,000411 = $755/
1 BED Condos
$318,000467 = $681/
$380,200502 = $756/
$447,000528 = $845/
1 BED+DEN Condos
$523,000643 = $812/
$546,000644 = $847/
$560,000643 = $870/
2 BED Condos
$810,000910 = $889/
$876,6661066 = $822/
$995,0001322 = $753/
2 BED+DEN Condos
$690,000910 = $758/
$752,500937 = $802/
$815,000965 = $844/
* Information based on analysis of maintenance fee information from past MLS® sales. Figures do not include parking & locker fees.
Location of High Park Residences Condos at 1830 Bloor Street W
Amenities Near High Park Residences
97out of 100
Nearby Local Bus Options
300 6m away
41 313m away
341 262m away
80 338m away
89 291m away
30 274m away
Nearby Local Subway/Street Car Options
BLOOR - DANFORTH 279m away
High Park Residences Amenities
Gym / Exercise Room
Common Rooftop Deck
Media Room / Cinema
Meeting / Function Room
Outdoor Patio / Garden
Games / Recreation Room
Enter Phone System
Beanfield Fibre Available
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Common Element Maintenance
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