2450 Victoria Park Avenue Condos is a pre-contruction development on Victoria Park Avenue, and is a mixed-use condominium proposal in the Henry Farm neighbourhood of North York.
This project will be close to shopping and a future rapid transit line. A mixed-use development by Collecdev will occupy a site on the southwest corner of Victoria Park Avenue and Consumers Road, just south of Sheppard Avenue East. Currently a vibrant employment district, Collecdev’s proposal is calling for a mix of residential, office and retail space on the 4.77-acre site.
An existing 7-storey office building on the property will be retained, while 895 dwelling units will be added through a series of two 25-storey condominium towers and a 30-storey condominium tower. Two blocks of three-storey townhomes are also proposed for the site.
Nearly 35,500 square-feet of retail space is proposed as well, likely on the ground level of the condominiums, forming a truly mixed-use development. The developers are also planning to incorporate 21,000 square-feet of parkland in two sections; one fronting Consumers Road and one fronting Victoria Park.
Location & Neighbourhood
One of the biggest perks this neighbourhood has is its proximity to the future Sheppard Avenue West LRT, a mere five-minute walk away. The LRT will provide quick access to the subway line, making many destinations easier to get to, including universities, hospitals and Toronto’s Financial District. Driving? The site is minutes away from both highways 401 and 404.
Investing in 2450 Victoria Park Avenue will also give you access to one of the only modern condominium developments in this bustling commercial neighbourhood. Studies are showing that the modern tenant prefers to live close to their place of work, ideally within walking distance or utilizing a short public transit commute. Having this rich employment district nearby is a great bonus for this community, along with the convenience of retail options, which make running day-to-day errands a breeze.