Surrounded by the city’s coolest neighbourhoods — Queen West, Kensington Market and Chinatown — MRKT Alexandra Park is a rare opportunity to live in the cultural epicentre of Toronto. Located west of Spadina on Dundas Street West, the city’s best and most unique shops, restaurants, galleries and parks are just steps away.

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MRKT Alexandra Park is the latest development in the exciting Alexandra Park Community revitalization. Following the immense success of SQ and SQ2, MRKT is the third Tridel condominium in the 18-acre masterplanned community.


Expand your palate by living in the centre of some of the world’s most intriguing cultural districts. Lose yourself in the sights, sounds and smells of every gastronomic delight as you savour food from around the world.


Rated the Second Coolest Place on Earth by Vogue Magazine.

Tune in to the irresistible energy and vibrant creativity of this world-class street

Constantly reinventing itself, Queen West is a trendy shopping strip with boutique stores next to those selling buttons and beads; gourmet and fast-food restaurants and bars peacefully coexist, while vintage stores bring blasts of the past to inspire your style.

Described by Conde Nast as the “Neighbourhood you absolutely have to visit in Toronto.”

The vibrant Kensington Market is a mix of unique shopping experiences, spontaneous creative expression, and delectable dining

This cultural mosaic that is Toronto, Kensington is a home to art, business and a fiercely independent spirit, always re-imagining itself with each new wave of artisans and entrepreneurs.

Historic Chinatown with its array of authentic Asian restaurants.

Still a head-spinning trip after all these years, Chinatown has become more pan-Asian and funky-bohemian than solely Chinese. At Chinatown supermarkets, you can find ingredients for Asian cuisine and or stock up on pots and pans, paper light shades, tchotchkes and small furniture items.

You can even find Traditional Chinese medicine in its raw form in baskets of dried ingredients outside stores.


Dynamic urban landscapes, unique shopping experiences, and spontaneous artist expressions abound on the street and in galleries, alongside some of the most emerging dining options in all of Canada.


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