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Parade Ⅱ - CityPlace

151 Dan Leckie Way & 21 Iceboat Terr, Toronto

For Sale
11
For Rent
13
Average Psf
$867(past 365 days)
Size Range
417-2630 sqft
Age Of Building
6 years

Overview

You can't miss the two majestic towers joined by the Skybridge that make up Concord Adex's Parade residences. CityPlace is one of the largest residential developments ever constructed in Toronto and the Parade towers are the icon of this burgeoning neighbourhood. Parade II, "the round one" was built in 2011 and is made up of podium, mid-rise and tower suites. Fashionable and functional, clean and contemporary, units range from studios to two story, 3 bedroom plus townhomes, so there are options for everyone from singles to growing families. Directly fronting the 8-acre Canoe Landing Park, green space, views and deluxe amenities are some of the big draws for this Toronto condo. Another appeal is price; the Parade condos are among the most affordable options among downtown condos for sale.

Most Notable Features

Amenities for all: Divided into three separate zones, you share with residents of Parade, but it's all here for you to enjoy. The Party Zone boasts everything you could want for socializing. One level up is the Fitness Zone with workout facilities, a 25m lap pool, his and hers steam rooms and a hot tub. But you're not done yet, on a third level the Spa Zone has a squash court and spa service rooms. Beyond the selection and quality, what stands out about the amenities is that all members of the family have been taken into consideration. For children there is a craft room and outdoor play area, and pets have their own designated area that includes a pet spa and daycare. Add to this the SkyLounge, the lower level of the SkyBridge linking the towers of Parade and Parade II. It's an exclusive entertaining space with pool tables, a bar, and lots of seating. Oh, and the views. Huge windows looking north and south showcase both the bustle of the city and the serenity of the islands and Lake Ontario.

Suite Sizes and Layouts: The size and range of the suites from 417 square feet to 2630 square feet in a tower, mid-rise or townhome setting means that Parade II truly does offer something for every buyer looking for a Downtown Toronto condo. Especially if you are price conscious.

Location

Parade II is at the west end of CityPlace in between Toronto's Harbourfront & Financial Districts. This puts you minutes from Ripley's Aquarium, Roy Thompson Hall, the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, Air Canada and Rogers Centres, and the CN Tower.

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Building Details 21 Iceboat Terr

Storeys:
43
Units:
920
Corp #:
TSCC-2301
Management Company:
Pool
Concierge
Party Room
Visitor Parking
Guest Suites
Meeting Room
Parking Garage
Pet Restriction

Maintenance Fees at Parade Ⅱ - CityPlace cover:

Air Conditioning
Common Element
Heat
Building Insurance
Water
261
th
Price Per Sqft Rank

Highest price per sqft out of 432 condos in Downtown

+
12.4
%
condo Values : +12.4%

Year over year change in values at 21 Iceboat Terr, Toronto

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

based on 52 recent sales at 21 Iceboat Terr, Toronto

$
3.46
/sqft
Avg Rent Price per Sqft : $3.46/sqft

based on 130 recent rentals at 21 Iceboat Terr, Toronto

26
days
Avg days on Market : 26 days

at the Parade Ⅱ - CityPlace

52
units
Sales Volume : #52

condos sold at Parade Ⅱ - CityPlace within the past twelve months

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About 21 Iceboat Terr, Toronto

You are part of a master-planned community in CityPlace, and, while the living is relatively high-density, it's growing into a true neighbourhood. There's a Tim Horton's about a minute from your front door and you can enjoy your coffee as you walk to pick up groceries at Sobey's or Bulkco. If you'd rather dine out, Hunter's Landing, Città and The Fox and Fiddle are all close by. The Fort York Library is just a two-minute walk up the street and you can read your book in one of the nearby parks. Canoe Landing is immediately in front of the building and provides a welcome and expansive green contrast to the surrounding condos. The park incorporates artwork and the Terry Fox Miracle Mile run. Roundhouse Park is less than a 15-minute walk away and houses two railway museums, a collection of trains and The Steam Whistle Brewing Company, in case you get thirsty after your walk.

For residents of Parade II without a car, it's steps to the TTC streetcar stop at Bathurst and Fort York Rd., or a quick 5-minute walk to the stop at Spadina and Bremner. Drivers can access the Gardiner Expressway via the Spadina onramp just 250m from home. And if your travels will take you further afield, the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is about a 5-minute drive from home.

What Residents Are Saying

...those of us who live here have noticed a great increase in community feel. Farmers markets, concerts, community sports teams, etc have all come in the last couple of years. Urbantoronto.ca Anyone who's visited CityPlace this summer will have found it a more bustling place. The pedestrian bridge has brought the canoe park a lot more patrons. The Fox & Fiddle's patio is always full before/after Jays games. I live in CityPlace and I love it. Urbantoronto.ca

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