The newer condo Development that sits on the old Keele and Dundas Canadian Tire site in The Junction is the Heintzman Place Condos at 60 & 61 Heintzman St. They were developed by “Options for Homes” which has also built in the Distillery District, providing quality homes at the best prices possible. Amenities are kept to a minimal, which helps reduce substantial increases in maintenance fees down the road. From afar, these condo buildings have an industrial styled look which suits The Junction hood perfectly. Tower “B” which is at 61 Heintzman St. has been completed first. Sleek modern lobby and elevators make for a very dramatic look. This glass, block and concrete building has 16 floors with approximately 327 units. The units all have individually controlled meters for hydro, heat and air conditioning. The windows are energy efficient with a green roof and solar panels for heating water. A smart and green TriSorter enables the residents to dispose of their garbage and recycle all in one.
The amenities include a main floor multi-purpose room with a kitchen area,lounge, library, exercise room, board room and 4th floor rooftop garden area for relaxing. Parking includes a guest area and residents can enjoy the urban convenience of renting a vehicle from the onsite "Options for Cars" program, much like Zip cars. Public transportation is also close-by so many urbanites will choose to take advantage of this service. Some of the upper floor suites offer incredible city vistas overlooking High Park, downtown Toronto and the Lake. Sitting on your balcony you can see the church towers peaking out of the canopy of trees that surround the residential streets.
Nestled within the surrounding neighbourhood of The Junction and High Park, this condo building is an ideal choice for both singles and families that love the local vibe of the area shops, café’s and galleries at a great value! I've heard rave reviews from the current residents who are loving this complex and the amazing area eateries and funky shops that are growing within this artsy and interesting area.