218 Queens Quay W, Toronto
About this condo
Following the success of Waterclub I Condos and Waterclub II Condos, the Kolter Group completed its 3-part residential complex in the Lakeshore with the Waterclub III Condos at 218 Queens Quay West. Throughout the Waterclub complex, carefully considered design decisions mean that even after a decade, and many other Lakeshore developments, Toronto condos for sale in this complex remain as attractive ever.
Kirkor Architects and Planners gave the 27-storey tower a smart, contemporary design. The exterior glass and aluminum cleverly captures the natural light reflecting off Lake Ontario. Furthermore, the curve of the Waterclub III Condos’ structure catches the eye: its creative shape is both imaginative and inviting — familiar futurism culminating in the perfect aesthetic for a dynamic community.
Below the tower, and surrounding podium which is shared between the complex, fantastic landscaping can be found. The podium also offers convenient commercial space, and houses top quality amenities.
Accessing the amenities is easy: In the Waterclub III Condos’ gorgeous marble lobby, the condos’ 24-hour concierge staff serves its residents exceptionally. They inform residents of the dynamic classes and services in the complex’s gym and health club — that includes an in-house spa and juice bar — as well as helping residents reserve the multi-purpose room with its own bar, or the exquisite gala space.
Atop the Waterclub complex’s podium, residents enjoy an expansive, gorgeous terrace. While it contains a plethora of seating and even a barbeque area, the best feature on the rooftop is the pool: The Waterclub’s door pool continues inside through a stunning glass wall, which means residents can enjoy swimming here no matter the season.
218 Queens Quay contains 296 Waterfront condos which range in size from around 550 to 1900 square feet, with studio, one and two bedroom options. No matter the size, all the suites offer residents the utmost comfort, especially with their spacious private balconies and stunning views.
The building's circular architecture generates exceptional exposure to natural light. That, combined with clever open concept floor plans, ensures warmth and light circulates throughout all of the living spaces.
Complimenting the suites bright and fresh atmosphere are finishes like hardwood floors and granite countertops, which give the condos a classic warmth and charm.
Living in the Lakeshore means excitement’s never far away. Steps away from 218 Queens Quay, and just north on Lower Simcoe street, Ripley’s Aquarium and the Steamwhistle Brewery offer two fun, albeit very different, activities.
South of the building, residents enjoy close proximity to two of the city’s most engaging cultural venues: The Harbourfront Centre and the Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery. The Centre’s arts, culture, education, and recreational programming reflects the city’s dynamic demographic, while the Power Plant’s exhibitions showcase internationally acclaimed artists to Toronto — for free.
Additionally, the Lakeshore offers an abundance of green space. Whether residents of 218 Queens Quay want to play a rousing game of baseball, or stop and smell some roses, they can find a spot. And the Martin Goodman Trail connects a network of parks and gardens from Humber Bay all the way to the Beaches.
Getting around the city from 218 Queens Quay West is quick and easy. Two TTC streetcars passes right in front of the building. The 509 route heads west along the Lakeshore to Exhibition, and the 510 heads north up through the Fashion District, Chinatown, and the University of Toronto to Spadina station in The Annex.
As the 509 and 510 streetcars travel east past the Waterclub III, both take their riders to Union Station. At Union, travelers can transfer onto the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line or take GO Transit, VIA Rail, and the UP Express to Pearson International Airport.
Drivers may find that the streets around 208 Queens Quay West can sometimes get quite busy, since there are so many attractions in the area. Fortunately, drivers are not far from the Gardiner Expressway. They need only go to on-ramps either around the corner off York Street, or down the street on Spadina — both conveniently less than a five-minute drive away.
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