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Palace Place is at the front door of world class recreational trails that wind around the Humber Bay Shores and it is set amongst a magnificent nature preserve.Nestled within the family friendly parks of Humber Bay, you are just minutes away from the financial centre of Toronto.

 

The nature trails and bike paths of Humber Bay Park wind through a wildflower meadow, a butterfly park and water inlets where swans nest and beavers build dams. Many of our residents are actively involved in groups that protect the butterflies, beautify the landscape and keep our waterfront clean.

Our waterfront features the Martin Goodman Trail which allows for walking, jogging, cycling and inline skating along a 22km path that leads  through  scenic parkland as well as the 300 kilometer Lake Ontario greenway Waterfront trail.  Marinas, yacht clubs and boating opportunities are located within walking distance as well as  waterfront dining.

 

Working together, the City of Toronto Parks and Recreation Department and the Toronto Region Conservation Authority have enhanced the natural environment in the area with the introduction of a new waterfront park, the Humber bay Butterfly habitat, enhanced wetlands and fish habitats and trails.

Our community is growing with many new luxurious condominiums and services within a lakeside nature retreat.

 

The "property-in-a park" setting enjoyed by Palace Place and our older sibling, Palace Pier was made possible by increasing building heights so that more ground area was available for the residents exclusive use.  The city's master plan has recognized the advantage of higher building heights and proposes that future development in Humber Bay favour smaller, narrower floor plates with a greater separation between buildings  to achieve existing allowable densities.  As buildings get taller, the distance between buildings can increase as now exists between Palace Place and Palace Pier.

 

 

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