Please note there is no visitor parking at Core Lofts.  Any unauthorized vehicles will be tagged and towed at the owner’s expense. Visitors may park in nearby pay parking lots or metered parking on Jackson Street.

Resident Parking

Please ensure the Property Manager has your correct license plate number and always use your own parking spot. Any changes in parking must be reported to the Property Manager.   

Vehicles parked in unauthorized spots will be ticketed and/or towed at the owner's expense.

Please lock your vehicle at all times and avoid leaving valuables inside.  When entering or leaving the premises, please operate your vehicle at a maximum speed of no more than 10 kilometres per hour and stay to the right side of the ramp.

Be sure to always use your garage access transmitter device on the ramp before driving through the garage door, even if the door is already open. The garage door is programmed to remain open for the period of time required for the entry of one vehicle; an attempt to enter after another vehicle without using your transmitter could result in serious damage to your vehicle.

For security reasons, please make sure that doors are securely closed after entering or leaving the garage area. Always pause for a moment when entering or leaving by automobile to make sure that the garage door closes behind you, thus denying entrance to unauthorized persons.

No owner shall lease or sell their parking spot without informing the property management company. The Corporation and its agents accept no responsibility whatsoever for the removal of any vehicle from the parking garage or any other part of the common elements. 

The owners of vehicles leaking oil are required to repair such within 48 hours of notification. Any costs incurred in clean-up will be assessed against the resident and/or owner. Repairs to the garage are expensive. Your co-operation could avoid this unnecessary expense.

Repairs, oil changes and storage of non-functional vehicles or other items is not allowed in the parking areas. Parking spaces are for resident’s personal motor vehicles only and are not to be used for storage of any articles. Any loose items left in the garage will be removed.  Bicycles will be allowed in each parking area provided there is no obstruction to other residents and the common drive through areas.

Belongings of any kind, including tires, shopping carts, windshield washer fluid, and cardboard boxes, must not be stored in parking garage.

Vehicles shall not be parked on any portion of the common elements other than in the designated parking space for their parking unit. 

Motor vehicles shall not be driven on any part of the common elements other than in the garage or designated parking area.

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Local Parking Lot Rates

Updated: August 2016


Each unit has an assigned locker. Ensure that all articles stored in lockers are kept within the space you have purchased.  Remember that you have purchased the locker space itself not the area above or around the enclosure. Any items stored outside the lockers will be removed without notice. Fire Department regulations state that no item can be stored within 18” of the sprinkler system. 

The Condominium Corporation or the Declarant is not responsible for damage to any locker items.  Flammable or toxic materials may not be stored in any locker space. Lockers may not be used as workshops.


Bicycles may also be stored in the designated bicycle storage room that is located on the 2nd floor loading dock room.  Bicycle racks can be rented by contacting the property management office. 

Bicycles are not permitted in the entrance vestibules, lobby elevators, or other common areas, and consequently may not be transported to and from units. Bicycles may not be parked at random or secured to the building or fencing or they will be removed.