29 Queens Quay E, Toronto
About this condo
At 29 Queens Quay East, the Pier 27 Phase 2 Condos offers a luxurious lifestyle at an enviable location. Completed in 2016 as the second of a two-part residential development along the Lakeshore by the trusted hands of Cityzen Development Group and Fernbrook Homes, this condo is an architectural wonder.
These downtown Toronto condos consist of three structures totalling 14-storeys. The first two are a of pair 11-storey buildings — Pier 27 and Pier 27 phase II. These structures mirror the lake with a shining glass exterior whose many balconies lining form a wave that excites the eye.
The third, innovative addition to this development is the 3-storey Skybridge. Housing more residential suites, the Skybridge is the exclamation mark for the brilliant work done by architectsAlliance.
Inside, light bouncing off the lake fills the lounge and gorgeous lobby, served by a 24-hour concierge. The other impressive amenities include outdoor and indoor pools, a fitness centre filled with the best equipment, a sauna, a games and billiards room and guest suites. Interior design by Studio Munge create a cool, contemporary atmosphere throughout that the condos’ common areas.
Some of the most modern and luxurious Toronto condos for sale can be found at 29 Queens Quay East. 10 foot ceilings are generous minimums throughout the principle areas of the 305 suites. The flooring selection is exquisite: sealed marble, granite, porcelain tiles or engineered hardwood. Finally, grand full-height window ensures, light fills these suites' smart open layouts.
Starting at around 415 and going up to almost 4500 square feet, many different prospective residents can enjoy these Lakeshore condos. From studios to townhomes, every type of family will find a place to call home.
All cooks will enjoy the kitchens in these suites. The cabinetry, done by Downsview Kitchens, promises plentiful storage and premium style. Integrated into the cabinetry, the top quality stainless steel appliances include Miele heat sources and a Whisper Quiet dishwasher. Lastly, the addition of an under-counter wine storage unit in most suites is a definite treat.
At the foot of Yonge Street, the Waterfront neighbourhood offers a vibrant atmosphere in the heart of the city. Following the Martin Goodman Trail west along the lake, the Harbour Square Park is a fantastic place relax by the water. Furthermore, the Harbourfront Community centre presents arts, culture, education, recreational programming that reflects the wonderful diversity of the city.
Towards the east, beside the surprising riveting Redpath Sugar Refinery Museum, there’s the unexpected, sandy Sugar Beach. Downtown, this surprising spot is often busy, so fortunately residents seeking a relaxing outdoor environment have an even better option: The Toronto Islands.
After filling a picnic basket with groceries at Loblaw’s down the street and maybe dropping into the LCBO across the buildings, residents can grab a ferry at Jack Layton Terminal — three minutes from their building — to escape to the beautiful Islands.
Alternatively, another great way to spend the day is a short fifteen minute walk away. Up Jarvis, just past the local Loblaw’s, residents will find the St. Lawrence Market. In this Historic building residents can check out the work by an eclectic collection craftspeople and artisans, and sample food from many delicious stalls and counters.
Transportation options for residents of 29 Queens Quay East will only continue to improve as the city further develops the Lakeshore. Currently, the closest TTC station is a ten-minute walk, but this is to Union, the largest commuter hub in the city. This means residents have easy access to the subway running throughout the city, to GO Transit serving Toronto’s surrounding suburbs, VIA Rail for destinations around the country, and the UP Express that travels to Pearson International airport in twenty-five minutes.
Streetcars stop down the street from 29 Queens Quay at Bay Street. These are the 509 Harbourfront running west to the Exhibition Loop, and the 510 Spadina that goes north to Spadina station. Both the 509 and 510 loop through Union station and will be very easy options if Pier 27 residents would rather not walk there.
Residents of 29 Queen's Quay Easy who drive enjoy easy access to the Gardiner expressway. It is around the corner from the building. Minutes east of the building, the Gardiner meets the Don Valley where drivers can travel north through the city and eventually access the 401.
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