19 Harcroft Rd, Toronto, ON M6S 2V8, Canada
The Howard High Park Condos is a new condo development By Hub Harcroft Developments Ltd. currently in preconstruction at 19 Harcroft Road, Toronto. The development is scheduled for completion in 2024. The Howard High Park Condos has a total of 54 units. This new condo project is a perfect blend of living in a trendy urban neighbourhood and having access to tranquil greenspace.
The Howard High Park Condos building will be 8 storeys tall, and it will have two units for retail space on the ground floor, which will account for 8,640 square feet of floor space. The top seven floors will have 45 condo units, which includes 22 one bedroom units, 20 two bedroom units, and 3 three bedroom units. There will be two floors of underground parking that will contain 50 parking spaces – 40 residential spaces, 8 retail spaces, and 2 visitor spaces.
In addition to its 50 car parking spots, The Howard High Park Condos will have space on the first floor allocated for storing residents’ bicycles. This storage will hold 54 bikes, with an additional 5 spots for visitors. There will be 1,205 square feet of interior amenity floor space on the second floor, and another 1,170 square feet on the top floor.
The top floor will also have 1,730 square feet of exterior amenity space that will likely be used as a communal outdoor terrace. The entire building is also outfitted with a series of green roofs, making this development a great example of contemporary sustainable construction.
Bloor West Village is a neighbourhood that is quickly being propelled toward the future. This area strikes a perfect balance of a small town feel and an urban environment because it lays in the fringes of downtown Toronto, but it isn’t quite in Etobicoke either. It is also serviced by the Subway, so you’re never far from the rest of the city.
The main highlight of this development’s location is its proximity to High Park – Toronto’s largest greenspace. High Park spans 400 acres of thriving greenery in the heart of the GTA.