Regent Park has been revitalized with about 7,500 units with a mix of about 70-per-cent of the units being condos for sale and 30-per-cent of the units as rentals. The Regent park neighbourhood includes retail locations like Tim Horton, Royal Bank of Canada, and Frescho by Sobeys, commercial, and community spaces. Around the corner from the condos for sale on Cole St and Sumach St Condos, is the Daniels Spectrum. It is a 60,000-square-foot arts and cultural centre that opened in 2012 and is toasted as the beacon for arts, culture & community. While the history of the Regent Park neighbourhood has been marked by transition, the story of its residents is one of resilience, determination and vibrant cultural expression.
This exciting revitalized neighbourhood in Toronto with the fresh new condos for sale and with rental units is the pride of Regent Park residents. It was the initial social public housing project in Canada, and has now transformed into an up and coming neighbourhood. It has renewed itself and improve the slum-like conditions of a south Cabbagetown district which used to be how it was knows. Now, its row homes and low-rise flat buildings, initial erected in 1948, create a network of buildings facing central garden courtyards and giving the new condos a beautiful city scape.