The new condos on Gerrard & Parliament, will locate residents in a central location, with all types of major amenities ranging from landmarks & attractions within a short proximity. With some including Ripley’s Aquarium, CN Tower, Scotiabank Arena, Nathan Phillips Square, Yonge-Dundas Square, Queen’s Park, and Royal Ontario Museum.
Transit Near Daniels on Parliament South Tower:
Residents will find the Daniels on Parliament South Tower quite transit friendly with College Station approximately 5 minutes away. Connecting residents to Toronto’s transportation hub, Union Station, with approximately a 5 minute transit ride. While TTC tram stops and the DVP are also a short proximity away, as well.
Shopping Close To Daniel on Parliament:
Located at 365 Parliament St, the Daniels on Parliament South Tower will locate residents within a short proximity from a variety of shopping options. Including private/major streetside retailers and malls. With Toronto Eaton Centre approximately a 6 minute drive away. Offering residents a wide range of restaurants, services, and retailers.
Toronto General Hospital (approximately 5-7 minute drive)
Mount Sinai Hospital (approximately 6-8 minute drive)
The Hospital for Sick Children (approximately 6-9 minute drive)
St. Michael Hospital (approximately 5 minute drive)
Post-Secondary Institutions Close To The Daniels on Parliament Condos:
Within a short proximity from the Daniels on Parliament South Tower, residents will enjoy easy accessibility to a variety of shopping, dining, and entertainment in addition to post secondary institutions. Some including University of Toronto – St. George Campus, Toronto Metropolitan University, OCAD University, and George Brown College.
Recreational Areas Nearby:
With a wide variety of recreational areas ranging from public spaces, parks, swimming pools, and more within short proximity from the condos at Parliament & Gerrard, residents will enjoy an active outdoor lifestyle. Some include Allan Gardens, Pam McConnell Aquatic Centre, Riverdale Park West, Wellesley Park, Belleville underpass trail, Queen’s Park, Moss Park, Corktown Common, Sugar Beach, and David Pecaut Square.