Located on the north side of Lake Shore Boulevard, Park Lake Residences enjoys a desirable address across the street from Sunnyside Beach and Park. It is a perfect spot for anyone who wants a lakeside home, while still living within reach of Toronto’s South Parkdale neighbourhood.
The residence is comprised of two towers of 18 and 19-storeys, with a connecting fifth-floor terrace that overlooks the surrounding area. On the inside, you’ll find 278 West End condos for sale and for rent, ranging in size and layout from one-bedroom apartments to larger two-bedroom plus den suites. Most units feature open-concept living areas with nine-foot ceilings, hardwood flooring, and bright floor-to-ceiling windows. The kitchens are upgraded with stainless steel appliances and granite countertop breakfast bars. With a solid line up of energetic amenities, Park Lake Residences is ideal for homeowners who want a functional home close to the water. Plus, nearby TTC can zip residents into Toronto’s top neighbourhoods for work and play anytime.
Most Notable Features
Life on the lake: Park Lake Residences is an absolute dream come true for homeowners seeking a condo right on the lake. You get all the amenities and conveniences one has come to expect of Toronto condos, but you get to wake up every morning to a view of the water, a fresh smell of nature, and easy strolling along the Martin Goodman Trail.
Landscaped communal terrace: The rooftop of the five-storey connecting podium features a landscaped outdoor terrace with picnic tables and BBQ stations. Best of all, the terrace offers a picturesque view of Lake Ontario and High Park to the north.
Resident and guest parking: Homeowners at Park Lake Residences will be pleased to note the property’s extensive amount of parking, with above grade lots available on the second, third, and fourth floors. There are also 30 parking spots available for guests overnight.
With a bright condo at 1900-1910 Lake Shore Boulevard, residents will live down 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, 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 the Bloor West Village and Swansea to South Parkdale are all largely residential with a growing community of cafes, restaurants, and boutique shops, not to mention some well-established neighbourhood classics. A few local eateries to check out include The Grenadier Restaurant for all-day breakfast in High Park, Sunnyside Pavilion for an historic outlook and cafe, and Sushi Nomi on Roncesvalles Avenue.
There are several grocery stores to shop at along The Queensway such as Sobeys and NoFrills, plus other independent markets. And Bloor Street to the north also offers a wide range of stores and specialty shops.
With outdoor green space in full abundance, the nearby parks include Rennie Park, South Humber Park, as well as Sunnyside Park across the street where you can connect with the Martin Goodman Trail, perfect for bicycling and jogging along the waterfront.
For anyone who prefers urban transit, the 501 streetcar at The Queensway and Windermere Avenue is an easy option to get into the city. For drivers, you can get onto the Gardiner Expressway via South Kingsway in ten minutes or less.