Outdoor Roof Garden

The Dr. Mark Ernsting Gardens  is located on the 5th floor above the townhouses. It can be accessed by walking outside across the   courtyard  and accessing the  townhouse elevator on the 5th floor, or taking the elevator to the 2nd floor and walking up the stairs to the 5th floor, or via the 25 Carlton elevator on the 5th floor.

  1. The Dr. Mark Ernsting Gardens  may be used by residents and guests as a gathering place. It cannot be used for privately booked functions.
  2. Snacks and beverages are permitted. Residents are to pick up and dispose of all garbage and ensure that the outdoor roof garden is left in a neat and tidy condition.There are garbage containers located by the barbecues. Any spills or mishaps must be reported to the building security to ensure immediate clean up. Failure to do so will cause a cleaning fee to be levied against the user.
  3. Noisy or rowdy behaviour is prohibited while in the Dr. Mark Ernsting Gardens.
  4. No loud music shall be permitted in the Dr. Mark Ernsting Gardens.
  5. The doors to the Dr. Mark Ersting Gardens cannot be left open.
  6. The Dr. Mark Ernsting Gardens is opened seasonally. It is not cleared of snow and ice in the winter months. Residents will be responsible for their guests and any damage done to the building by their guests.
  7. The gardens have been updated to include a variety of vegetables. Depending on the time of year, these will be mature for harvesting. Residents are invited to help themselves but only harvest produce which you can readily reach from ground level. Do not attempt to climb up on the gardens or use furniture for climbing.
  8. Located around the terrace, you will also find a number of large planters. Some of these will be planted with a variety of herbs. These are also for the enjoyment of the residents. Please help yourself but remember your fellow residents by only taking enough for your immediate use and not the whole plant. Some of these  plants will grow and replenish themselves fairly quickly during the summer growing season.
  9. The Garden Committee, who care and plant the gardens, are a fun group of volunteer residents and are always looking for help. If you would like to volunteer for the garden committee or you have a suggestion on plants you would like to see planted, please feel free to contact the Property Management or the Garden committee members.

  • Last Reviewed: June 25, 2019