1. Grenadier Square By High Park Bayview In Toronto West

Grenadier Square By High Park Bayview In Toronto West

By: High Park Bayview

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66 High Park Avenue, Toronto, ON, Canada


Grenadier Square is a Condos project located at 51 Quebec Ave and 66 High Park Avenue In Toronto.The Major Intersection are Bloor Avenue West and Parkside Dr. Development By High Park Bayview and GWL Realty Advisors. Grenadier Square have two 31-storey residential buildings.Each Buidling is 269 Units.

Grenadier Square Highlight:

  • Short Drive to Downtown Toronto
  • Step to the High Park.
  • Close to Shops and Entertainment
  • Close to supermarket and shopping palza.

The development will replace two existing rows of two-storey townhouses with two 25-storey rental towers designed by Zeidler Partnership Architects. Joining an already dense cluster of tower-in-the-park apartment blocks, the proponents are looking to densify their site and take full advantage of its proximity to the TTC and High Park. Two 20-storey 1960s slab apartment buildings currently exist on the northwest and southeast corners of the lot, which will remain untouched. The new towers will be located in the northeast and southwest corners of the site, where there currently exists townhouses comprising a total of 16 units.

Rendering of the redesigned Grenadier Square, image courtesy of GWL Realty Advisors.

The two 25-storey towers will rise beside five-storey podiums with townhouse units on the ground level. The towers will add a combined 530 new rental units to the site, bringing the total to 1,188 units on the property and nearly doubling the residential GFA from 45,500 square metres to over 81,000 square metres. The new boxy design will contrast with the surrounding 1960s architecture, and bring some visual interest to the Modernist apartment complex.

Rendering of the redesigned podium of Grenadier Square, image courtesy of GWL Realty Advisors.

The units will come in a variety of sizes ranging from bachelors to 3+ bedrooms, the majority of which will be 1- or 2-bedroom units. No new retail spaces are planned for the development, but some new amenity spaces will be provided.

West elevation of the proposed podium, image courtesy of GWL Realty Advisors.

Grenadier Square has a Walk Score of 100 out of 100. Transit Score if 99 out of 100.This location is in the Bay Street Corridor neighborhood in Toronto. Nearby parks include Jesse Ketchum Park, George Hislop Park and Harold Town Park.

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