Located on Fort York Boulevard just west of Bathurst Street, Neptune / Neptune II is a two-tower residential complex, both buildings featuring double-glazed glass, with a shared podium and elegantly designed lobby. All together, the property offers 861 Fort York condos for sale and for rent, ranging in size and style from bachelor apartments to two-bedrooms plus den.
The suites are recognized for stunning views of Toronto’s Harbourfront and the downtown skyline, with bright floor-to-ceiling windows surrounding open concept kitchens and living areas. The interior finishes include pre-engineered hardwood floors, modern stainless steel appliances, and kitchen islands with granite countertops. As for building amenities, Neptune / Neptune II goes over and above what is commonly seen in Toronto condos, featuring a wide array of energetic and entertaining extras for all residents to enjoy.
Beyond the walls of the building, residents will experience 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
A ton of suite choices: As a two-building complex, Neptune / Neptune II has the benefit of having double the number of suite choices all at the same property. So if you like Fort York neighbourhood’s mix of old and new, and the building’s amenities and location appeal to you, then it’s very likely you’ll be able to find a place at Neptune / Neptune II.
Panoramic views: With bright floor-to-ceiling windows and notably oversized balconies in every suite, plus a rooftop garden and deck, Neptune / Neptune II is recognized for offering residents the inspiring pleasure of full panoramic views over Lake Ontario and the city of Toronto. If you can imagine waking up with the whole Harbourfront under your view, or relaxing at night as the ripples of the lake glimmer with moonlight, then this is the place for you.
Club Odyssey: Residents at Neptune / Neptune II enjoy exclusive membership to Club Odyssey, a full fitness facility with a swimming pool, whirlpool, saunas, yoga studios, and more. Think of the club as a place to stay fit and active during the winter months, plus a friendly space to meet your neighbours and make new friends.
Living in the Fort York neighbourhood, you’ll be part of a new and growing Toronto 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. For an evening out on the town you can check out Bar Vespa on East Liberty Street for a local Italian vibe of pizza and wine, Old York Bar and Grill on Niagara Street, and Guirei Japanese Restaurant on Queens Quay for a sushi-house with late night hours and delicious food.
For nearby groceries and household needs you can stop by Sobeys at Fork York Boulevard and Spadina, Metro Supermarket on Lynn Williams Street, and Harbour Green Farms on Queens Quay West.
Local green spaces abound with the walking trails of Garrison Common to the north and Coronation Park to the south. You can enjoy Toronto’s 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.