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Life can be a picnic by the park in this Toronto development

PICNIC in the Bloor West neighbourhood will comprise 68 suites in an eight-storey building

The building is situated opposite High Park, the city’s largest green space.

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The building is situated opposite High Park, the city’s largest green space.

Everything you need to know

What: PICNIC
Builder: North Drive
Architect: Quadrangle Architects Ltd.
Interiors: Quadrangle Architects Ltd.
Location: 2114 Bloor St. W.
Building: An eight-storey building with 68 suites
Sizes: From 668 sq. ft. to 1,250 sq. ft.
Pricing: From the $400,000s to $1,000,000
Suites: One bedroom, one bedroom plus den, two bedroom
Status: Pre-construction, launching October 2015
Occupancy: Summer 2018
Sales centre: 2126 Bloor St. W.
Phone: 416-670-3699
Website: picnichighpark.com
Email: info@picnichighpark.com

Project overview

PICNIC is the latest midrise boutique condominium in the Bloor West neighbourhood and will comprise 68 suites with custom-inspired finishes, including walk-in closets modelled after high-end retail showrooms. Five-piece ensuites and outdoor balcony spaces will be standard in every unit.

Building amenities

Residents can enjoy the fully equipped fitness centre, a lounge and party room complete with kitchen, as well as a large outdoor terrace with views of the park, the lake and the city skyline.

Location and transit

The building is situated opposite High Park, the city’s largest green space. The Runnymede TTC subway station is steps away. Cyclists can navigate the park’s many trails and a quick drive south on Parkside Drive gets you to the Gardiner Expressway.

In the neighbourhood

The adjacent park offers 400 acres of nature with hiking trails, a zoo, a swimming pool and outdoor playground. The locale also offers a variety of cosy neighbourhood establishments along Bloor West and eclectic bars and boutiques in the nearby Junction.

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