Concord Canada House is a New Condo development by Concord-Adex located at Front St & Spadina Ave, Toronto.
Concord Canada House is the new phase for Concord City place coming soon.
On Block 22 , previously named Signature Towers.
Concord Canada House is the last 2 towers at Concord CityPlace on Block 22. 45 acres is dedicated to residential units, retail, offices, and parks.
Next to Canada’s iconic CN Tower! Views of the city and Lake Ontario will be sublime.
At the corner of Spadina & Blue Jays Way you have a PERFECT Transit score and a Walk Score of 96/100! Everything you need is within walking distance.
Walking distance to Union Station is perfect for commuting in and out of the downtown core by TTC subway and GO Transit.
Right in the entertainment district, an amazing time awaits right outside your door. The Entertainment district is home to many wonderful venues that host superb shows and entertainment. With everything from sports entertainment to classical shows, Downtown Toronto has it all.
Air Canada Centre
TIFF Bell Lightbox
Roy Thompson Hall
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10% on Signing
10% in 120 days
Location & Neighbourhood
When you join the CityPlace community by investing in this project, you’re immediately part of an established and vibrant urban community. When you’re not using the building’s carefully-conceived amenities, you can walk out your front door into the Entertainment District and find some of the city’s hottest restaurants, bars and clubs at your fingertips.
You’re steps from the city’s waterfront and several marinas, and a walking path that takes you across the entire downtown harbour. The 24-hour Spadina streetcar stops right outside this building, and both Union Station and St. Andrews Station are within walking distance. This location offers a perfect Transit Score of 100 and an excellent Walk Score of 94. World-class entertainment is blocks away, including the Roy Thompson Hall, the Royal Alexandra Theatre and the Rogers Centre. The city has even talked about building a 21-acre park spanning over the rail tracks just north of Spadina and Bremner, a feature that would be comparable to New York’s Central Park.
It’s easy to see why the Entertainment District is popular with almost every kind of Torontonian: young families, students, and professionals who work in the nearby Financial District are equally likely to be found strolling the grounds.