Garrison Point - Liberty Village
Garrison Point is a new condo and townhouse project by Diamondcorp, Cityzen Development Group and Fernbrook Homes currently in preconstruction at 30 Ordnance St in Toronto. The project has a total of 516 units. Starting from the $280,000s
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The Point is a lot of things. It’s a place to live. A place to play. It’s a place to hang with old friends and make new ones. It’s a place to get in shape and it’s a place to cool off on a hot summer day. Stylish condominium living is a big part of it, sure.
But so are parklands, pools, local shops and even a fitness centre. This is more than just your average development — this is a real community, designed for real life. So whether you’re looking for a hip bachelor pad or a place to raise your family, life is just better when you get to The Point.
A Different Approach to Urban Living.
At Garrison Point, we understand why you make the city your home. It’s about the people. It’s about the unmistakeable urban energy — that exciting lifestyle that you simply can’t get anywhere else.
Featuring townhomes, condominiums, a proposed fitness centre, pools, parks, shops and more, Garrison Point is an organic neighbourhood that incorporates all the best that city life has to offer. And with an ideal location right in the heart of one of Toronto’s most vibrant neighbourhoods, there’s no point in even trying to find a better urban address.
This innovative project incorporates work space in the podium of the north tower, and connects to future open space and linkages to the east. Unsurpassed views and all you need to live, work, and play.
Located just east of Liberty Village, 30 Ordnance Street is located adjacent to one of Toronto's most vibrant new neighbourhoods. Within walking distance of the lakeshore and the entertainment/shopping/gallery districts of West Queen West, Trinity Bellwoods Park, King Street West and Ossington.
30 Ordnance is also a quick bike or streetcar ride away from the downtown core and financial district. The site faces the new parks being added to the Fort York precinct and will thus have protected views of the dramatic downtown skyline to the east.