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Lakeside Residences is a New Condo development by Greenland Group located at Lower Sherbourne St & Queens Quay E, Toronto.
Lakeside Residences is the most buzzed-about master-planned development to come to the city’s East Bayfront neighbourhood. 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 marvellous nearby harbour.Living on Lake Shore Street EastStretching 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 harbour.With upcoming schooling, retail and restaurant expansions in the East Bayfront pocket, this project is Greenland Group’s most widely accommodating condo yet!
Transit OptionsBoasting 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.Area AmenitiesSchoolsGeorge Brown CollegeMarket Lane Junior and Senior Public SchoolSt. Michael’s Catholic SchoolAveda InstituteCMU College of Makeup Art & DesignRyerson UniversityParks – Harbors - BeachesSherbourne CommonSugar Beach ParkDavid Crombie ParkBerczy ParkCherry BeachSugar BeachEntertainment & EateriesWater’s Edge PromenadeThe Young People’s TheatreMarket Square CinemaHarbourfront CentreMarket lane Community CentreSt. Lawrence LibraryLoblawsAgainst The Grain RestaurantMoxie's grillSt. Lawrence MarketLCBO
Featuring striking architecture and one of the city's most transformative waterfront pockets, it's also immediately next door to the site of an innovative new "smart city" that has just been proposed by Google's Sidewalk Labs.
Most recently, it’s been revealed that hariri pontarini architects will be designing the project, a visionary, Toronto-based architectural firm, responsible for some of the most high-end condominiums, houses and cultural institutions across the globe.
Lakeside Residences rise 49 storeys and will occupy the eastern portion of the site. The design is set to compliment its sister building Lakeside Lake Suites which will rise 39-storeys. The buildings will be connected by a shared podium which will form one sculptural element.
The Lake Residences include building A and B which include city suites in tower A from floors 2 to 14, tower B include park suites: floors 2 to 15, sky suites: floors 16 to 39 and upper sky suites: floors 40 to 49.
Lake Suites are in the second tower which is 39 storey tall.
As David Pontarini explained, these towers draw inspiration from two sails on a sailboat with a design that appears to catch the wind and features gently curved exteriors. The western portion of the site will involve a mix of townhomes and mid-rise buildings, with possible retail or commercial space.
The lobby's timeless design combines high grade natural elements to create an intimate space that resembles that of a boutique hotel. Sleek marble tiles and crafted wood panels provide a sophisticated conceive desk. The attractive contemporary appeal of the residences begins from the the lobby and extends all the way to your suite.
Lakeside Residences suite interiors will be designed by one of Toronto's best interior decor firms, Cecconi-Simone. Featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, designer kitchens, expansive bathrooms and dazzling views of the lake, these units will be as functional as they are gorgeous.
Amenities include an outdoor pool and sun deck that overlook the harbour and feature private cabanas. A fully-equipped gym, a party room with kitchen and dining facilities, and a children's playroom are just some of the amenities designed to make this a complete community.
The entire site will be designed to compliment the burgeoning pedestrian environment of the East Bayfront, with an arching pedestrian walkway that will connect 215 Lake Shore Boulevard East to a new arts and cultural development to the west, and to Sherbourne Commons to the east.
Condos in the East Bayfront neighbourhood present a great investment opportunity. The pocket is part of what we call the “Lower Yonge Precinct Plan,” an ongoing planning project spearheaded by Waterfront Toronto and the city to address the substantial growth expected for the area.
A picturesque location right on the shore of Lake Ontario, it’s an area that is ideally located, but has been underutilized until recently. One of the most recent transformations the neighbourhood has seen is the Queen’s Quay revitalization.
Lakeside Residences saw the introduction of a tree-lined, multi-use promenade created along the waterfront, now popular with walkers, joggers and cyclists. In addition, a new streetcar service was added, which now connects Union Station to the East Bayfront area. It scores a 90 on its Walk Score and a perfect 100 on its Transit Score.
There are several developments along this corridor either in the construction or pre-construction phase, including a large arts-and-culture-inspired project that will see new campuses for both OCAD and George Brown, as well as gallery space and a retail and restaurant galleria. Just to the west, another development will add significant office space, creating room for approximately 2,000 jobs.
Lakeside Residences site is also immediately next to the new "Quayside" community, proposed by Google's Sidewalk Labs. This exciting project will see 12-acres of land turned into a technology and urbanism-inspired hub that includes residential, office space, new streets and a new headquarters for Google. It's primed to make Toronto a global technology destination.
The Financial District, where it’s estimated almost 200,000 people work is only minutes away by streetcar, as is the historic St. Lawrence Market and the velvety shores of Cherry Beach, a popular entertainment and relaxation spot in the summer.
The Greenland Group is a Shanghai-based development firm with global reach. Since 1992, they’ve experienced a steady growth in market expansion and now have properties all over the world, including London, Paris, Melbourne, New York and Toronto. Considered one of the largest international developers, they specialize in large-scale projects that often include condominiums, hotel and commercial space in dense urban centres. This is their second development in downtown Toronto.