The CharacterParklake Residences are located at 1900/1910 Lake Shore Blvd W, just north of Sunnyside Beach in Toronto’s High Park neighbourhood. This 19 storey building was built by Pemberton Group in 2010 and houses 279 units. Some of the amenities offered are 24 hour concierge, party room with separate aerobics/yoga area and a landscaped podium with BBQ area. Twin Towers with a individual recreation centers, share a fifth floor terrace that overlooks the magnificence of High Park and all the seasonal colours, and unbridled views of Lake Ontario and Lake Shore Boulevard. Situated as the last building site possible along Lake Shore Blvd., at Ellis Avenue with an unobstructed view for the East Tower, east view buyers, with a panoramic view of High Park, downtown Toronto and the lake views. Easy access to transit and Lakeshore Blvd.
Parklake Residences offers 1 bedroom, 1 plus den, 2 bedroom and 2 plus den suites which range from 575 sqft to 1,090 sqft. Suites feature granite kitchen countertops, wood flooring throughout and large angled balconies for better views of the lake. Each tower is self contained for elevators, hot water and air conditioning Systems. The facade or lake facing units also have two separate low rise elevators for residents.
What We Love
The building is located a short walk to the Sunnyside Boardwalk, Martin Goodman Trail, shops and restaurants. Transportation is a breeze with quick access to both the Lakeshore and Gardiner Expressway. Just steps from beautiful High Park and Lake Ontario!
What We Don't
If industrial type hard lofts is what you're looking for, then this property may not be right for you as it has a very modern glass exterior.
Features & Facilities
The building has many features such as Gym / Exercise Room, party room, parking garage, enter phone system, common rooftop deck, visitor parking, concierge, security guard, meeting room & close walking distance to TTC.
Within a 10 Minute Walk
The lake is across the street and offers not only spectacular views but many activities to partake in as well. High Park is right down the street which is a popular greenspace for locals and others coming just to enjoy it’s 400-acre outdoor recreational space with lots of open playing fields, tennis and basketball courts, children’s playgrounds, natural walking trails, as well as education and cultural facilities, and even a zoo. Bloor West Village and Swansea to South Parkdale is a growing community of cafes, restaurants, and boutique shops. The Grenadier Restaurant for all-day breakfast in High Park, Sunnyside Pavilion for an historic outlook and cafe, and Sushi Nomi on Roncesvalles Avenue. There are several grocery stores to shop at along The Queensway such as Sobeys and NoFrills, plus other independent markets.
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