Lakeside Condos location in the Waterfront Communities-The Island neighborhood in Toronto. Nearby parks include Berczy Park, Sculpture Gardens, and St. James Park.
Lakeside Condos is a New Condo development by Greenland-Group located at Lower Sherbourne and Queens Quay E, Toronto.
Lakeside Condos is the most buzzed about master planned development to come to the city’s East Bayfront neighborhood. The much-anticipated urbanization of the former FedEX Warehouse property will be a stunning modern design of three mixed use towers. The high-rise project will consist of 39, 49 and 14 storey buildings housing 1148 units. The complex’s design, created by local and international competition winner Hariri Pontarini Architects is said to reflect the sailboats of the marvelous nearby harbour.
Living on Lake Shore Street East
Stretching from Lower Sherbourne Street, westward to Richardson Street, this architectural blueprint will add to the landscape of new developments under the Lower Yonge Precinct Plan. The planning project, created to address the significant population growth expected for the area, will attract a diverse audience.
South-facing units will reap the rewards of living on Lake Ontario with spectacular views of the city’s waterfront and harbor.
With upcoming schooling, retail and restaurant expansions in the East Bayfront pocket, this project is Greenland Group’s most widely accommodating condo yet!
Transit Options for Lakeside Condo Residents
Boasting a walk score of 93/100, 15-minutes on foot will get you to Union Subway Station and the Go Transit. At your doorstep, the 75 Sherbourne bus will take you to the Bloor- Danforth subway line in under 20 minutes and the 504 King Streetcar runs 24 hours-a-day, 7 days a week.
For driving in and out of the city along Lakeshore Boulevard east, the Jarvis on/off ramp via the Gardiner Express Way is conveniently 200 meters from home.
George Brown College students will enjoy short walks to both the Waterfront and King street campuses. And by using effortless TTC routes, Ryerson and U of T students can be at school in just under 20 minutes.