455 Front Street East #S323

For Sale: $665,000

  • 1 Bedroom
  • 2 Bathrooms

The Early Bird Gets The Worm – It’s Time To Swoop In, To Score A Slice Of Canary Pie!

This sunny, south facing one bed & den features hardwood flooring, an open concept kitchen with integrated appliances, stone counter tops, a private master with walk-in closet & ensuite – plus a bonus den space for a functional home office or modest second bedroom with separate bath! A chance to live in Canary District’s master planned community – where city living meets a real deal neighbourhood!

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Lower East Side’s Canary Park District

Front Street East & Cherry Street

Interior: 640 Square Feet

Exterior: 25 Square Feet

One Bedroom + Den

Two Washrooms

One Underground Parking Space

One Storage Locker

South Exposure

Maintenance Fees: $521

Property Taxes: $2,930

Listed for Sale: $675,000

Included: Integrated Fridge, Stainless Steel Cooktop, Oven & Hoodfan, Integrated Dishwasher, Clothing Washer & Dryer, Electrical Light Fixtures (see exceptions), Window Coverings, Decking Tile.

Excluded: Light Fixtures in Bedroom, Living Room & Den


Home to the 82,000 sq.ft. Cooper Koo Family YMCA, George Brown College’s first student residence, residential buildings and the health-focused, vibrant Front Street Promenade, Canary District is an active and growing community. Connected to the 18-acre Corktown Common Park, 1,800 of running and biking trails, neighbouring Distillery District, Leslieville and downtown Toronto, Canary District is the perfect address to live, work, shop and play.


Envisioned as one of the largest developments in Canadian history, the re-imagining of Toronto’s Unilever Site could deliver a radically intensified urban context to a 60-acre remnant of 20th-century industry. Now marketed as ‘East Harbour,’ First Gulf’s vision proposes calls for the vacant brownfield site to be transformed into one of the city’s primary commercial hubs, employing up to 50,000 people across some 11.5 million ft² of new office space.


With the addition of East Harbour and new transit infrastructure, rentals will continue to command high rental rates. At the same time, there will be a serious value increase in residential properties. East Harbour is also going to become one of Toronto’s largest transit hubs, connecting multiple transit lines including the new Ontario Line and proposed GO Station. The Ontario Line will add a subway stop to Sumach and Queen – only a six-minute walk from Canary District! If there’s one thing we know for sure, it’s that property values favour transit.


Head due south and take the Martin Goodman Trail to lively Sugar Beach, one of Toronto’s urban beaches. Or head the other direction to Cherry Beach – one of the city’s most remarkable beaches for BBQs, paddle boarding and the best off-leash dog park!


2013 – The National Awards Community of the Year – Urban
2013 – New York-based think tank Intelligent Community Forum (ICF) rated the Canary District the 7th most intelligent community in the world and is Gold Certified by Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED)
2014 – BILD Awards Community of the Year
2012 – Canadian Architect Award of Excellence