Transit
The central location of HP2 allows access to UPExpress, Go Train and TTC Subway to go anywhere in the city.
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TTC
The 504 streetcar stops right at your door and delivers you to Dundas West subway station in under five minutes – on a nice day, it’s a 10-minute walk.
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UNION PEARSON EXPRESS
he Union Pearson Express (currently under construction), will stop at the Bloor GO station, at Dundas. Slated to be ready by the 2015 Pan Am Games, this innovative rail link service goes from Union to the airport in 25 minutes (less if you get on at Bloor from Howard Park2). No buses, no transfers, no pricey taxis. Just a quick, straight, completely comfortable ride to your flight.
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GO TRANSIT
Then there’s the GO train station, located at Bloor and Dundas, which will get you to Union Station in 15 minutes or less.
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TORONTO PEARSON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Toronto Pearson International Airport is Canada’s largest and busiest airport. The airport handles an impressive 32 million passengers and over 430,000 aircrafts each year. More than 75 different airlines operate out of the airport and travel to over 155 international destinations worldwide.
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UNION STATION
Toronto’s Union Station is one of the country’s busiest transportation hubs and one of the most culturally significant. The station moves mores than a quarter million people daily and is currently undergoing a massive renovation to serve its passengers better. The renovation will restore the station’s historical elements, create a new pedestrian retail concourse, expand the GO concourse, restore the VIA Rail concourse, extend the PATH system and incorporate advanced environmental designs including deep-lake water cooling.
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HIGH PARK
High Park has been Toronto’s largest and most revered park since John George Howard gave the land to the city in 1873. Today the park is a haven for all who visit it. Experience the lush green spaces and the serene tranquility of Grenadier Pond, the magnificent cherry blossoms in the springtime, a quick lunch at the quaint Grenadier Café or enjoy the extensive path systems for running, walking and riding a bike.
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LAKE ONTARIO
Being situated on Lake Ontario gives the City of Toronto a rare advantage over many other great Canadian cities. Very few of these cities can offer residents the opportunity to walk, ride or run to the sandy shores of one of the Great Lakes minutes from their downtown homes.
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BLOOR/DUNDAS TRANSIT
Bloor West and Dundas West is one of the city’s great transportation hubs. Local residents have the unique advantage of direct subway access, Dundas and Roncesvalles streetcar lines, a GO transit station, the future Bloor Station for the Union Pearson Express and various bike trails and lanes all within minutes of this vibrant and bustling neighbourhood.
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Live green

You’ll see green thinking at work from before you even enter the building. Set back comfortably from the street, the design creates an inviting space with striking sculptural elements; Inspired by the Mountain by Bjarke Ingles (BIG) in Copenhagen, incorporating gardens and greenery to offset carbon emissions and provide a lush, green view from inside and out.

A green roof offers improved insulation, reduces stormwater runoff, prevents heat island effect, reoxygenates the air and processes airborne toxins. The plants themselves offer great insulation for the residences as they grow over the facades, they shade the space and interact beautifully with the architecture, creating new shapes and textures every season.

Triumph Development has put every effort into creating a beautiful building that reduces its own carbon footprint and helps condo residents live sustainably every day.
Powered by the planet

In addition, Howard Park uses geothermal energy – the buildings are heated and cooled with sustainable, renewable energy that’s clean, easy to access and affordable.

Geothermal energy harnesses the heat of the earth. Pipes are placed deep into the ground to where the temperature is warm and steady (past the frost line) and they conduct that energy back up to the surface, where it provides heating and cooling that’s inexpensive, constant and planet-friendly. No greenhouse gases, no carbon emissions. Just clean comfort, all year round.
Why build green?

The building industry has a tremendous impact on the environment. We see it as our responsibility to offset that impact as much as we can. That’s why Howard Park is all about building – and living – sustainably. To that end, we are incorporating the following green features.
• Following LEED best practices in construction
• Green roof offers improved insulation, reduces
  stormwater runoff, prevents heat island effect,
  reoxygenates the air and processes airborne
  toxins
• Low-water landscaping with drought-resistant
  native plants
• Close to transit – TTC, Go Train and UP
  Express
• Abundant covered bicycle storage to encourage
  healthy living
• On-site sorting of garbage and recyclables
• High-quality, energy-efficient operable windows
• Highly efficient mechanical system
• Dual-flush toilets, water-saving showerheads
  and low-flow faucets
• Low VOC paints and non-toxic carpets
• Energy-efficient lighting in units and common
  areas
• Locally-sourced finishes from inventive and eco
  conscious suppliers
• Energy Star™ appliances