The Best Kept Secrets About Living in Revitalizing Regent Park Master-Planned Community
The Best Kept Secrets About Living in Revitalized Regent Park
Regent Park in East Downtown has gained popularity since Phase 1 was completed. The area is now a mixed-used mixed income demographic integrated community. The new Regent Park's 15 year Revitalization by Daniels Corporation is now 50% complete. Phase 2 is near completion and phase 3 has broken ground. Regent park has a transit score of 98, and it's just a few minutes to bike paths, DVP and Gardiner Expressway, walking distance to Cabbagetown, Riverside, Corktown, the Historic Distillery, Canary District, St Lawrence Market and Historic King East Design District. The neighbourhood offers the best value in Toronto Downtown urban living, with modern amenities, high walkcore, modernized schools,6-acre park, and state of art recreation centres. Whether you are an investor or homebuyer, you will get the benefits of living in this award winning master planned community.
2016 in Review and Some Best Kept Secretsin the Revitalizing Regent Park
1. George Brown College Fashion Exchange, 63 Regent Park Blvd.
On March 29th, George Brown College and the community members celebrated the official opening of the Fashion Exchange Program. This unique training program will prepare youths and immigrants, and provide opportunities in the production support of local fashion businesses.
2. Award Winning Aquatic Centre, Brand New Community Centre, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment Athletic Field and Ice Rink
Regent Park offers more local and state of art facilities than most neighbourhoods in Toronto. All classes and use of facilities are free for area residents.
3. The Sutton Townhomes and the Wyatt Condominiums coming in 2016
The first release of 9 Sutton Freehold Townhomes were sold out in 3 days with prices starting at just over $1million. The construction of these townhomes will be split into 2 phases, with the second half launching at a later date.
Also selling this Fall 2016 in Regent Park, Daniels will be launching the Wyatt Condominiums designed by renowned Toronto architectural firm KPMB. It will be located at the corner of Sumach St and Dundas St East. There will be a total of 300 units spread over 26 floors. Prices will start at $200k and up for studios to 3 bedrooms. There will also be double storey townhomes at the base of the building. The project has already broken ground. Contact me if you would like more information, pricing and floorplans for upcoming condo launches, email me here.
4. Toronto Birthing Centre
Regent Park Birthing Centre boasts state of art facility for midwifery clients who prefers to give birth at the Centre instead of at home or the hospital.
5. St Michael's Hospital Sumac Creek Health Centre
Sumac Creek Health Centre is part of the Department of Family and Community Medicine and St. Michael's Academic Family Health Team. The clinic is located in the second level commercial space of One Park Place Condominiums. The facility also has a blood lab and after hours clinic. If you are looking for a family doctor, Sumac Creek Health Centre is currently accepting patients, and can call 416-864-3076 or get more information
6. Performance Montessori School
Performance Montessori, a new linguistic pre-school will be located at 237 Sackville St adjacent to the 6 acre Big Park. They will have a second new location in Riverside neighbourhood at 100 Broadview Ave.
7. Daniels Spectrum
A Modern Community Arts Centre housing event space and arts hub is open to the public. The Daniels Spectrum anchors arts-based and community-focused organizations such as CSI, Artscape, provides event space rental, hosts arts exhibition and creative programs, as well as many Toronto cultural events.
8. Paintbox Bistro - Regent Social
Catering and local bistro, Paintbox Bistro is great for lunch grab and go, and has one of the best patios and small corporate event space in the city.
9. The Sumach by Chartwell, Retirement Resident for Independent Living
There has been very few newer retirement residences built in Downtown Toronto in recent years . A master planned community is the best opportunity for such building to make the area more sustainable as the demographic ages over time to meet current and future needs. The Sumach by Chartwell 12 storey building has already broken ground.
If you would like to learn more about living in this neighbourhood or find out about buying or renting in this community, you can contact me here.
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