Bloor Promenade

Bloor Promenade is a New Condo development by Tridel located at Islington and Bloor, Toronto.

Bloor Promenade is the third and final tower at Tridel’s Islington Terraces development for the Bloor and Islington area. Islington Terrace promises to be a stunning development by Tridel with a modern exterior and fine finishes.

Top reasons to live at Bloor Promenade:
-Retail ground level. Everything you will need will be right at the bottom of your condo, over 10,000 sqft of retail space
-Steps from the Islington TTC station
-Very close to downtown Toronto by both public transit and driving distance
-Great city views, amenities and plenty outdoor greenspace.

Bloor Promenade at Islington Terrace Community
This 3-tower development has one podium for seamless transition to the whole community. The community has 50,000 sq ft of amenities indoor and outdoor perfect for families. A Basketball Court, Splash Pool & Children’s Play Zone are just some of the amenities that children can enjoy (as well as adults).

Transit Options
Bloor Promenade has a near perfect Transit Score of 98 and a Walk Score of 85. Islington TTC Subway Station is just a short step away providing quick access in and out of Toronto’s Downtown Core. Kipling GO Station can bring you to Union Station as fast as 16 minutes!

Residents can also easily access Hwy 427, Gardiner Expy, and the QEW.

Area Amenities
Islington Terrace Residents can enjoy delicious eateries, shopping, and entertainment all around Etobicoke.

-Bonimi Restaurant
-Orwell’s Pub
-6th Street Pub & Grill
-St. James Gate
-Anatolia

-Etobicoke Collegiate Institute
-Islington Junior Middle School
-Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic School
-Bishop Allen Academy
-Etobicoke School of the Arts

-Arena Maps
-Rabba Fine Foods
-Rexall Pharma Plus
-Goodlife Fitness
-The Music Store

Bloor Promenade
From $554 / sq. feet
  • Developer – Tridel
  • Address – 64 Cordova Ave, Toronto
  • Number of Storey – 44
  • Number of Units – 391
  • Maintenance Fees – $0.50 / sq ft / month
  • Estimated Occupancy – Feb, 2021