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High Park Green at 50 Quebec Ave, Toronto 0
High Park Green at 50 Quebec Ave, Toronto 1

High Park Green

50-100 Quebec Ave, Toronto

by Starburst Investment s Ltd
For Sale
1
For Rent
2
Average Psf
$797(past 365 days)
Size Range
784-1,443 sqft
Age Of Building
43 years

Overview
Located on Quebec Street just north of Toronto’s popular High Park, these Toronto condos can cater to almost every lifestyle, with a broad range of styles and exposures, great urban convenience, and beautiful nearby green space.
Constructed in 1977, High Park Green is a well-established three-tower residence in Toronto’s West End with time-proven quality and value. The complex offers over 900 Toronto condos for sale and for rent, with most suites enjoying two bedroom layouts, while some units have three or four bedrooms. With almost 40 years as a High Park residence, many of the suites have undergone personalized renovations and redesigns, creating a building full of unique and individually styled condos. It’s the kind of complex that can accommodate any lifestyle, with some pretty exciting amenities shared among the three towers, as well as excellent urban conveniences along Bloor Street and outdoor fun at the park.

Most Notable Features
Life on the park: These West End condos really stand out because of their direct proximity to High Park. It’s a wonderful place to visit for any type of outdoor activity, but more than that the park creates a charming and peaceful ambience to the entire neighbourhood. A home on High Park is a truly unique and highly sought-after Toronto address.
Active amenities: The amenities at High Park Green are designed to impress with many energetic offerings from a full-fitness centre, an outdoor swimming pool, and even an outdoor tennis court. All the amenities are shared between the three buildings, allowing a great opportunity for residents to meet their neighbours and make new friends.
Easy TTC access: A point of urban convenience that cannot be overlooked here is the easy access to the TTC, just a short walk down the street. Residents can hop on the Bloor line subway for safe and smooth travel east and west into the city.

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Building Details 50 Quebec Ave

Storeys:
25
Units:
904
Corp #:
YCC-323, YCC-435
1
Parking Garage
1
Pet Restriction
1
Sauna
1
Security Guard
1
Security System
1
Tennis Court
1
Outdoor Pool
1
Bike Storage
1
Games Room
1
Gym
1
Meeting Room
1
Party Room
1
Rec Room
1
Visitor Parking

Maintenance Fees at High Park Green cover:

1
Cable TV
1
Air Conditioning
1
Common Element
1
Heat
1
Hydro
1
Building Insurance
1
Parking
1
Water
1708 - 100 Quebec Ave
$825,700
43 days
1708 - 100 Quebec Ave
2BD2BA1 Parking
1,000-1,199 sqft
98
th
Price Per Sqft Rank: 98th

Highest price per sqft out of 125 condos in West End

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condo Values : +0.8%

Year over year change in values at 50 Quebec Ave, Toronto

$
797
/sqft
Avg. Price per Sqft : $797/sqft

Based on 15 recent sales at 50 Quebec Ave, Toronto

$
2.97
/sqft
Avg. Rent Price per Sqft : $2.97/sqft

Based on 12 recent rentals at 50 Quebec Ave, Toronto

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14.5
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Area Comparison : -14.5%

25
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Avg. days on Market : 25 days

At the High Park Green

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About 50 Quebec Ave, Toronto


With a home at High Park Green, you will be just a few minutes away 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 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 Bar With No Name on Bloor Street near Indian Road for a classic pub with karaoke nights, Indie Alehouse on Dundas Street West for a classy brewpub, and Bloom Restaurant on Bloor Street for a contemporary Latin American dining experience.
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 an evening’s entertainment, you can take in 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 residents of 50 Quebec Ave without a car, you can get around rather easily. The closest transit stop is a SubwayStop (HIGH PARK STATION - EASTBOUND PLATFORM) and is a short distance away connecting you to Toronto's TTC. It also has (Subway) route 2 Line 2 (bloor Danforth) nearby. If you need to get on the highway often from High Park Green, Gardiner Expressway and Dowling Ave has both on and off ramps and is within a few minutes drive.