Situated between West Queen West and Liberty Village in the heart of west-end Toronto, Triangle Park offers a unique community of culture and entertainment. A high-energy trendy neighbourhood, Triangle Park can truly suit any lifestyle. With close proximity to parkspace, boutique shops, restaurants, and nightlife, there’s always something new to explore around Triangle Park.

1. Parks and Greenspaces

 

There are plenty of great park spaces near Triangle Park. Whether you’re going out for a yoga session, or taking your kids to the playground, you’re just minutes away from greenspace. Triangle Park is really that perfect balance of an urban feel with a strong greenspace offering.

 

Local parks include Trinity Bellwoods, Allan A. Lamport Stadium Park, Paul Garfinkel Park, and Osler Playground.

2. Visit the Drake Hotel

 

Looking for a rich nightlife experience? The Drake Hotel has it all. A one-stop-shop for entertainment, you can sink your teeth into a savory meal, explore the one-of-a-kind art gallery, and shop through the boutique, all in the Drake Hotel. Worth a visit!

3. Sink your Teeth into a Vibrant Restaurant Scene

 

The Queen St. corridor just steps from Triangle Park offers some of the best variety and quality of restaurant options in the city. From quaint cafés, to homegrown labels, and tastes from around the world, there’s nothing you can’t try. There are so many instant classics for you to discover!

4. Travel Easy

 

When you need to get around, there are endless options when you’re in Triangle Park. Boasting some of the best walking, biking, and transit scores in the city, getting around should not be a challenge. Triangle Park is also in close proximity to the Gardiner Expressway for an easy escape from the city. No matter your destination, Triangle Park  can accommodate your travel needs.

5. Explore the MZTV Museum

 

Just a short walk from Triangle Park lies a hidden gem that holds the history of television. The MZTV Museum contains over 10,000 pieces related to the formative years of television history between 1920-1970. You’ll learn the story behind how television developed, and understand the impact has had. One of the largest collections of television pieces, it’s a museum you don’t want to miss.

 

Ready to call this amazing neighbourhood your home? Check out our upcoming suites page and sign-up for our waitlist so you can have your piece of Triangle Park.