PROFESSIONAL COUPLE CHOOSES CANARY PARK FOR THEIR FIRST HOME
Erin and Blair Wiley live and work in downtown Toronto, and they appreciate having a short commute to get home every day to their 20-month-old daughter, Brenna. Blair, a lawyer, and Erin, a naturopath, currently rent a condominium suite at Yonge and Lakeshore, and decided they needed more space. Blair says they had been paying attention to the new condominium communities being developed in and around downtown Toronto, and he had remembered a few years ago thinking the West Don Lands would be an ideal spot. “We knew we wanted something spacious enough to raise a family in, but three-bedroom suites are rare to find. When we looked at Canary Park Condominiums, we jumped at the chance to own.”
FIRST-TIME HOME BUYER CHOOSES CANARY DISTRICT FOR ITS LOCATION AND AMENITIES
Nowadays, condominium-shoppers in downtown Toronto have a lot of new residences to choose from. First-time home buyer David Elliot knows that well enough; he looked around for quite some time for the perfect combination of location, amenities, price and features. He decided on a residence at Canary District Condominiums in the first phase of Canary District, Dundee Kilmer’s visionary, award-winning, 35-acre Downtown East urban village. Designed to focus on health, wellness and convenient living, the community is situated next to the 18-acre Corktown Common Park on the banks of the Don River. Canary District offers an attractive balance of natural spaces and the amenities busy individuals and families need. For David, the appeal was irresistible.
Business professional impressed with potential at Canary District Condominiums
Hanley works in downtown Toronto, and he felt it would be important to be close enough to the financial core, but live in an area with good green space and amenities. When he discovered the opportunities at Dundee Kilmer Developments’ Canary District Condominiums and Townhomes at Front and Cherry Streets in the city’s Downtown East, he jumped at the chance to own a residential suite as an investment. As time goes on and he sees the massive redevelopment taking place in the area, however, he is now thinking he may want to live there. “I really like this community and what it will become in the future,” he says. “Creating a neighbourhood that will serve as the Athletes’ Village for the Toronto 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games, and then become an urban village is phenomenal.”
Canary District the perfect choice for savvy professional couple
Mike and Sarah own a single detached home in a suburb of Toronto, but spend a lot of time in the city. It occurred to them that owning a pied-à-terre downtown would be both practical and fun. They read about the exciting metamorphosis going on in Toronto’s Downtown East at Canary District Condominiums and Townhomes, and zeroed in on that residential destination. “Our idea was to own a residence in an up-and-coming area that will have a substantial return-on-investment someday if we decide to sell,” Mike says.