Established as prominent residential address, Emerald Park also boasts a prestigious business environment with a few remaining office units.The third level of the Galleria at Emerald Park is home to beautiful office spaces that have been designed with comfort and efficiency in mind. Natural light entering from floor to ceiling windows creates the perfect meeting space and business environment. These units are anchored by a vibrant retail setting housing giants such as Tim Hortons.The office units range in price from $200,000 to over $600,000 depending on their size. Office units range from 542 to 1303 sq.ft. As an added incentive, there is a limited time promotion being offered for these units: 5% off the price with an additional $20,000 in cash back with purchase of any unit.
Emerald Park is the perfect place to get down to business with its ideal location in a well-established area of North York that features direct access to Yonge and Sheppard subway lines and accessibility by car to Highway 401. Ample underground parking adds a further benefit making this a perfect business environment.
An Update on Emerald Park Commercial:
Emerald Park and The Galleria at Emerald Park are proving
to be a jewel in the heart of North York. The distinct green towers have taken shape along with the office and retail podium. Here’s a look at this not so hidden treasures in the gorgeous commercial component:
• The retail windows along the boulevard glisten in the sunlight
while reflecting the unique cityscape back.
• Visitors to Emerald Park are offered the convenience of
24 Hour underground parking.
• Canadian caffeine giant Tim Hortons’ is creating a buzz
in the building.
• International gourmet food court located on the ground level of the mall
• Natural light fills third floor office spaces creating great
• Take advantage of one of the best transit hubs in T.O.!
Access to the Yonge St. & Sheppard subway lines and the 401.
There are incredible commercial opportunities within this soaring and elegant green glass buildings with limited office space available, suitable for medical, legal, accounting services, we invite you get in touch with our representative soon!
Emerald Park, North York’s premiere address where residential and commercial spaces are seamlessly brought together for vibrant living.
The striking and luminous green residential towers of Emerald Park are connected by a commanding three-story podium that houses irresistible shopping, dining and business services. The Galleria at Emerald Park has an incredible street presence with large boulevards flowing from its base and floor with a beautiful combination of clear and tinted glass that bring the indoors out for passersby to see.
Located in an already bustling neighborhood at Yonge and Sheppard, the Galleria at Emerald Park injects further excitement into the landscape. Stroll the cobblestone streetscape created inside the atrium flooded by natural light and peruse two floors of enticing retail shops linked by escalators. Picnic in an urban park without having to pack a basket. The food court offers many delectable options and international flavors to be comfortable enjoyed at café tables under a canopy of trees.
A prestigious business environment is housed on the third level where office spaces have been designed with comfort and efficiency in mind. Floor to ceiling windows offer an incredible view not only to the retail located below but vibrancy of the surrounding area.
The Galleria at Emerald Park is ideally located in this well established area of North York. It features direct access to subway lines and easily accessible by car on Highway 401 offering ample underground parking.
It’s all about location and The Galleria offers a prestigious location creating the perfect business environment with landmark architecture and easy transportation access.
In the heart of North York is a gem we call Emerald Park. Since completion in 2015 these condominium towers have punctuated the skyline with their distinguishing and striking architectural concept. Two luminous green glass towers with distinctively flared tower tops have become home to residents and businesses alike in this area. Continue reading
Winterlicious is here, and we’re so excited to be dining out in all the neighbourhoods we’ve started to call home in the last year. We just explored Yonge & Eglinton, and now we’re ready to dive into all that’s good just a short drive from Emerald Park. If you’re in North Toronto and looking to try something new, take a few of our suggestions below:
1. Paese Restaurant
Paese is an institution in Toronto, and because their downtown location recently closed up shop, their North Toronto outpost is the place to go for authentic handmade pasta, seafood and grilled meats. Just north of the 401 at Wilson Heights, Paese is offering both a lunch and dinner menu with a comprehensive selection of Italian classics with a twist. To see their entire menu, head this way!
2. Diwan at Aga Khan Museum
Sure, this one’s a little out of the way, but if you haven’t been to the Aga Khan yet, this is an amazing excuse. The architecture of Toronto’s newest museum is absolutely stunning, and it’s definitely worth the trip. While you’re there, stop by Diwan, the on-site restaurant, with decor inspired by an early 19th-century Syrian home. The restaurant explored flavours and aromatics from Africa, India and the Middle East, and has a stunning view of the museum’s formal garden and fountain. Make a reservation here.
This beautiful and authentic Japanese restaurant is located in the Westin Prince hotel. Their Winterlicious menu focuses on stunningly simple seafood and perfectly grilled meat. If you want to expand your experience, try the sushi bar or teppanyaki table. See the entire menu here.
4. Casa Manila
If you’ve never explored Filipino cuisine, now’s your chance! Casa Manila specializes in fusion cuisine, bridging Filipino with Spanish, Mexican, Chinese and Polynesian flavours for a one-of-a-kind menu in Toronto. Their Winterlicious menu is a great sampling of this style, with many choices of flavours, heat and protein for a lunch or dinner that covers a wide spectrum of flavours. To book, head this way!
We’re beyond excited to announce that Emerald Park is finally completed!
This stunning emerald green tower was designed to be enticing, exotic and stand out from the grey monotony of North York’s skyline. All 564 units in these towers (42 and 33 storeys, respectively) are sold out! We’re so proud that the design risks we took with these towers are as stunning in real life as they were on paper.
Thanks to all our construction partners, team and now our residents for making this such a successful project! We’re honoured to be a part of the new face of North York, and we can’t wait to see what’s next in this up-and-coming neighbourhood.
The city’s biggest warm-weather celebration of food is back, and it’s never been bigger. This year, Summerlicious has added lots of destinations around the city, including an expanded lineup way north of Bloor. We’re thrilled to see Toronto’s growing food scene expanding into Yonge and Eg and Yonge & Sheppard – and since we’ve been in the neighbourhood for a while, we thought we’d intro you to our favourite spots.
Yonge & Eg
The new home of E Condos might be expanding their healthy offerings, but that doesn’t mean they’re short on treat-yourself dinner spots.
This Japanese restaurant has four GTA locations for a reason! If you like interesting executions of clean flavours – and a killer sake and wine list – then look no further. Get a taste of their sushi in your opening course, then opt for Canadian Kobe beef or a Japanese take on salmon cooked en Papillote (in parchment). See the whole menu here.
This Middle Eastern spot makes sometimes overpowering flavours approachable with Canadian ingredients and attention to freshness and detail. Open for both lunch and dinner during Summerlicious, this spot is particuarly good for vegetarians and vegans (or those who choose to dine with them) as there is no shortage of veggie options. We’ll be lining up for the hallum salad, Tawuk (local chicken) kabobs, and, of course, baklava for dessert. See the whole menu here.
Marc McEwan’s popular spot joins Summerlicious once again this year, and if you haven’t stopped by, consider this an excellent opportunity for an introduction. Contemporary food with French and international inspiration has made this spot a landmark, and their Summerlicious menu doesn’t disappoint – see it here.
Yonge & Shepperd
Yonge & Shepperd is another area where great food (and great living!) has come to stay.
Auberge du Pommier
French food isn’t as trendy as some of Summerlicious’ other cuisines, but it’s a staple for a reason. Get your fix of classic sauces, proteins and fresh summer veggies at this high-rated, and usually quite expensive, destination. Open for lunch and dinner – see the menu here.
It’s hard to pass up an opportunity for a really great Italian meal – especially one as well-crafted as you’ll get at Paese. Their dishes use traditional Italian ingredients and techniques executed differently, so everything you eat is equal parts familiar and surprising, like the pan-seared red snapper with oven-dried mango salsa available for Summerlicious. See the whole menu here.
Oliver & Bonacini Cafe Grill
This Oliver & Bonacini outpost has something on their Summerlicious menu for everyone – from jambalaya to jerk chicken, if you have picky friends chances are you’ll all find what you’re looking for here. The savoury menu is strong, but it’s the Canadian desserts – bear claws, pie with local apples & peaches, or a Beemster cheese plate – that we’re looking forward to. See the whole menu here.
What’s on your Summerlicious list?
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Earlier this week, we mentioned that we’re starting occupancy at Emerald Park this week. We’ve completely sold out of residential units, but we do have some office space on the 3rd floor available. If you’re on the hunt for office space in a hot Toronto neighbourhood, then this office space is calling your name! Continue reading
Even though we seem to be weeks away from spring and there’s still plenty of snow and ice on the ground, we’re seeing green at Bazis! And by green, we mean emerald … as in Emerald Park! We’ve got not one, but two updates this week, starting with a quick post on occupancy. Continue reading