[Photo by Christian Stoyanov, Urbantoronto.ca]
For the second year in a row, developer Concord Adex of Concord CityPlace, threw the biggest block party Toronto's ever seen. The fledgling high-rise community got social at at the 20-acre Canoe Landing Park where food and drink were served during a live concert. At night, the Park transformed into an outdoor concert space where eight different musicians played late into the evening, including headliner DJ Glenn Morrison. The festival not only builds community spirit, but allows for the growing number of residents to get to know their neighbours - something most condo owners aren't apt to do. With new towers still in development, Concord Adex's commitment to a thriving community should endure for years to come.
Quartz and Spectra Towers of Concord CityPlace looking good [urbantoronto]
New renderings of the Forward Tower coming to Concord CityPlace [urbantoronto]
An overview of the 45 acre Concord CityPlace master plan [Concord CityPlace]
Can a condo ghetto exist and will CityPlace become one? [the grid]