Welcome to The Residences at Central Park,
Where the Urban and Natural Worlds Connect
Welcome to The Residences at
Central Park, Where the Urban
and Natural Worlds Connect
The East Don Parkland ravine – at your backyard
The 31-storey tower is a soaring work of art located within The Residences at Central Park – a 12-acre, master-planned community overlooking the East Don Parkland ravine. Breaking away from the conventional, the tower’s facades have been designed with organic, leaflike architectural details to inspire the imagination, expressing a harmonious coexistence between sparkling glass and nature, paving the way for a sensory experience like no other.
Central Park is a vibrant, environmentally sustainable community and a nexus between the urban and natural worlds. Located in the Bayview Village neighbourhood, the Leslie subway station, GO train and a range of conveniences are right at your doorstep. You are also nestled in the East Don Parkland, with direct access to its sprawling natural ravine that will make you forget you’re living in the heart of the city.
An inspired, 12-acre, master-planned community nestled in nature
Urban Lifestyle, Nestled in
Nature – Green and
The Residences at Central Park is an inspired, 12-acre, master-planned community redefining how you live, work and play. The contemporary architecture is timeless, graceful and respectful of its pristine setting above the natural treasures of the
East Don Parkland ravine.
As part of the Bayview Village neighbourhood you are connected to chic retail and vibrant restaurants, with the subway and GO transit right at your front door – yet surrounded by the calming serenity of nature, with a network of walking and cycling trails to explore. Welcome to an exciting new address that brings the best of both worlds into
Capturing the magic that is Toronto – from the shimmer of the stars to the sparkle of the skyline
A Lifestyle Like No Other
The exhilaration of city living and easy pleasures of a weekend retreat come together in harmony. Enjoy city life to the fullest – and when it’s time to unwind, transport yourself into the restoring world of nature, just steps away on the staircases leading to a lush, forested ravine – part of the Don River Valley parklands comprising over 500 acres of urban forest. Central Park offers you access to a vacation haven – right in your own backyard.
One of the staircases leading from Central Park to the ravine
One of several bridges spanning the East Don River directly adjacent to Central Park; a network of trails follow the Don River, leading to downtown and the lakefront
Walking in the East Don Parkland, directly adjoining Central Park
Jogging along the East Don Parkland Trail at the foot of Central Park
Just Steps Away,
It’s Another World
Cycle your way along the trails, walk your dog or enjoy an afternoon picnic – the cares of the world melt behind you as city sounds soon recede, hushed by the forest, replaced by birdsong and the gentle music of the river. The network of bike-friendly pedestrian bridges that crisscross the meandering East Don River will inspire wondrous exploration through the lush, forested ravine – part of the Don River Valley parklands comprising over 500 acres.
Enjoying a picnic along the East Don River directly adjacent to Central Park
Cycling the East Don Trail, directly adjacent to Central Park; a network of trails follow the Don River, leading to downtown and the lakefront
Parks for people – and their pets
One of several bridges spanning the East Don River directly adjacent to Central Park
Immerse Yourself in
Nature’s Four Seasons
The fall brings a breathtaking pageant of colour, when the trees blaze with hues of yellow, red and gold. In winter, drifts of snow shroud the ground transforming the East Don Parkland into a picture postcard. You’ll know it’s spring when a kaleidoscope of butterflies begin to appear, a prelude to summer’s panorama of greenery that unfolds and embraces the trails.
The fall foliage of the East Don Parkland – a breathtaking pageant of colour
The East Don Parkland in winter, at the north end of Central Park
Winter along the East Don River, right in Central Park’s backyard