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10 Capreol Court, Toronto

$1029 / sqf in this building
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PARADE CITYPLACE 10 Capreol Court 15 Ice Boat Terrace CityPlace


Date Registered (2013-03-28)


Parade condos – CityPlace is a striking building of different angles and wood paneling. This structure of steel, glass, punctuated with private balconies is located at 151 Dan Leckie Way in the CityPlace neighbourhood of Toronto. This condominium has an incredible nine hundred and twenty units on forty-three floors. Parade condos – CityPlace has a wide variety of choices for the discerning buyer. There are studio, one, and two bedroom units, the latter two of which have the option for a den. The studio condos are between 450 and 595 square feet in size. The one bedroom suites are 557 to 702 square feet in area and the one bedroom condos with a den are 573 to 718 square feet in size. The two bedroom condos have between 657 and 8641 of square footage and the two bedroom suites are between 863 and 1432 square feet in total area. Concord is the development company that created Parade condos – CityPlace at 151 Dan Leckie Way. This bright, cheery condominium is perfect for singles, couples, and small families.


Parade condos – CityPlace bright, hardwood floors in the main rooms and carpets for the bedrooms. Most of these suites conform to a simple, but open concept to allow the maximum amount of light in from tall windows lining the exterior walls. There are no elements of pretentiousness here, just simple, good living.

The amenities in this professionally designed building are all elegant, clean and very functional. There is a good gym and exercise room in the Parade II – CityPlace for the person weary of gym memberships. If you’re in the mood for a big bash, then reserve the party room for a celebration and any company coming down for it will be able to take advantage of the building’s guest suites and visitor parking! There is also a meeting and function room for any events where you need to book for something more formal. On those days, where you feel more like relaxing, then lounge by the pool for an afternoon. The Parade II – CityPlace at 151 Dan Leckie Way is a secure building with a security guard making his rounds and a concierge is available to help you with anything you need.

Parade condos – CityPlace’s maintenance fees cover common element maintenance, building insurance, air conditioning to stay cool on those hot summer days, heat, and, of course, water.



The CityPlace neighbourhood is close to the waterfront and every other exciting spot in the downtown area of Toronto. A quick cup of coffee in the morning here is easily attainable, seeing that there is Tim Hortons located across the street from your new location at 151 Dan Leckie Way. If you prefer to stop in at a Starbucks, then you have only to walk a few more blocks or you can stop in for a while at CAFE, a cozy little place just next door.

For those nights where you’d prefer to eat out, then get a table at Roywoods, which serves jerk chicken or go next door to Roses New York, which is a casual place with Persian-fusion cuisine. If all you want is some tasty fast food, then you’ll just need to take a quick walk to the McDonald’s or Popeyes Queen and Spadina.

On those nights out, you can make your first stop at Hunter’s Landing, in the adjacent building, which has a Canadian menu and a good variety of drinks. The Fox and Fiddle CityPlace is only another block away where you can watch the game and have a pint on a large patio. You can venture a little further up the street to the St. Louis Bar & Grill for wings and ribs to go along with your pint of brew.

If you’re out for a walk, there are several parks dotting the waterfront and many more further inland like Roundhouse Park and the Alexandra Park. You can also take a ferry at the waterfront to the Toronto Islands where an amusement park and marinas wait to be explored.

The CityPlace neighbourhood is considered to be a great place for walking and a good area for biking. Local Transit is also easily accessible from your new residence at Parade condos – CityPlace at 151 Dan Leckie Way.



Condcord Adex was founded in 1987, specifically to the old Expo Lands in Vancouver. After a merger, Concord became a private company now responsible for many developments across Vancouver and Toronto, including Parade II – CityPlace on 151 Dan Leckie Way. This expanding company has seen so much success that it is now expanding into the United Kingdom, as well. The Concord Group of companies now include software, telecommunications and information technology in addition to real estate development.