Live Forward: The Bloordale Vibe

Bloordale has literally changed in front of our eyes over the last year or two
—Kori Marin

The south east view from Enigma

Since we first embarked on this journey with Enigma on the Park, we’ve witnessed the incredible transformation of Bloordale.

“Bloordale has literally changed in front of our eyes over the last year or two,” says Kori Marin, Enigma’s sales manager. It seems that every month a new restaurant or boutique or gallery has opened or is announced. It’s still an exciting time in this pocket of Toronto. In fact, Bloordale is trending to be the next Ossington or Dundas West. “Artists, musicians, marketers, and techies are attracted to the area because the neighbourhood offers personality, vintage charm, and a little bit of old school Toronto grit,” Marin continues.

Not only does Bloordale have everything within its borders, connectivity to the rest of Toronto is easy. The TTC carries residents from Dundas West or Lansdowne Stations in Bloordale right into the city. And the Bloor GO Train Station whisks passengers to Toronto Pearson Airport or Union Station in downtown Toronto. Plus, the new Metrolinx direct Union-Pearson express line will be opening in June – only a 15 minute walk from Enigma. Even closer than downtown are the eclectic neighbouring communities of The Junction, Roncesvalles, and Davenport Village, which boast a huge selection of restaurants, coffee shops, and cocktail bars. Bloordale is truly a mobility hub.

Take a look at some of these highlights in Enigma’s neighbourhood:

Enigma on the Park is 80% sold with only 14 homes available, including west-facing studios, one bedrooms with park views, and stunning corner penthouses. Pricing starts from $233,900.

Visit our sales centre at 1346 Bloor Street West.

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