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One Park Place North Tower

170 Sumach St, Toronto

For Sale
6
For Rent
7
Average Psf
$867(past 365 days)
Size Range
347-998 sqft
Age Of Building
5 years

Overview
Located at the corner of Sumach Street and Dundas Street East right across from Regent Park, One Park Place North Tower is part of a two-building development within the revitalized Regent Park neighbourhood.
The North Tower, which stands at 25-storeys and is connected to the South Tower via a multi-use podium, offers 363 Toronto condos for sale and for rent. Ranging in size from studios to two-bedrooms plus den, the suites feature open-concept layouts, laminate flooring, modern kitchens, and private balconies. On the ground level, this building hosts the Regent Park Mews, a commercial space, as well as the One Park Place Townhomes.
Across the street, residents can enjoy the award-winning Regional Aquatic Centre as well as the Daniels Spectrum, a 60,000-square-foot cultural facility that offers music, dance, theatre and film.

Most Notable Features
One Park Place Townhomes: A rare find among downtown Toronto condos, One Park Place offers a selection of townhouses on the ground floor of the complex. The units have a house-like feel with the same urban surrounding, large floor plans starting at around 1,200 square-feet, two to three-bedrooms and dens, plus access to all the amenities of the towers.
Amenities and music: One Park Place North Tower shares a great list of amenities with the whole complex, including a swimming pool, squash court, yoga studio, and more. And for music lovers, One Park Place also boasts a piano lounge.
A greener living space: The Toronto condos at One Park Place were built to the LEED Gold Certification Standard. That means residents can enjoy a greener living experience with bicycle storage, energized parking spaces, water reduction innovations, plus a green rooftop to help cool the building.

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Building Details 170 Sumach St

Storeys:
25
Units:
363
Corp #:
TSCC-2365
Management Company:
Beanfield Fibre Available
Concierge
Elevator
Meeting Room
Parking Garage
Party Room
Pet Restriction
Public Transit
Rec Room
Rooftop Deck
Security Guard
Security System
Squash Court
Visitor Parking

Maintenance Fees at One Park Place North Tower cover:

Air Conditioning
Common Element
Heat
Building Insurance
Parking
Water
282
th
Price Per Sqft Rank: 282th

Highest price per sqft out of 438 condos in Downtown

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12.2
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condo Values : +12.2%

Year over year change in values at 170 Sumach St, Toronto

$
867
/sqft
Avg Price per Sqft : $867/sqft

Based on 31 recent sales at 170 Sumach St, Toronto

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3.76
/sqft
Avg Rent Price per Sqft : $3.76/sqft

Based on 52 recent rentals at 170 Sumach St, Toronto

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0.3
%
Area Comparison : -0.3%

Less expensive than Regent Park condos for sale

20
days
Avg days on Market : 20 days

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There are a lot of great eateries in the area, including Retsina Restaurant for Greek fusion, Peter’s Cajun Creole Pizza, and Thai To Go, plus many more. For your morning coffee you can stop by Savoury Grounds or True Love Café for a delicious brew. Nearby grocery stores include FreshCo, TO Fine Foods Stores, as well as the Regent Park Farmers Market every Wednesday afternoon in the summer.
Across the street from Regent Park, there are many places to catch some fresh air and read a good book. You can also take your bicycle or rollerblades down to the Don River trails, or enjoy a pleasant walk through Riverdale Farm.

The area is easy to navigate, as One Park Place North Tower is just steps away from the 505 Dundas streetcar, a quick trip over to Yonge and Dundas subway access. If you own a car, residents also have easy access to the Don Valley Parkway via the Don Roadway.

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