Constructed in 2001, 550 Queens Quay is located at the corner of Queens Quay West and Dan Leckie Way, right across from Toronto Music Garden in the Waterfront neighbourhood.
The brick-and-glass building stands at just 12-storeys and offers 245 Toronto condos for sale and for rent. The suites range from bachelor apartments to large two-bedroom units with two-bathrooms, featuring open-concept living and dining areas, kitchens with breakfast bars, plus private balconies with unobstructed views of Lake Ontario and Toronto’s waterfront. To top it off the building boasts a relaxing array of amenities to keep residents happy while at home. And you’re just down the street from Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre as well as within walking distance to all the major attractions such as the Rogers Centre, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, and the CN Tower.
Most Notable Features
Harbourfront living: Residents at 550 Queens Quay will enjoy a unique experience of downtown living in Toronto’s Harbourfront. Wake up to the sights and sounds of the marina, look out over the lake and green parks, take a stroll along the water to a nearby coffee shop, hop on the TTC right outside your door, and enjoy a fine meal in the evening at a lakeside restaurant.
Rooftop terrace: Among the amenities at 550 Queens Quay, one feature that really stands out is the rooftop sundeck and lounge. Relax in one of the many lounge chairs, BBQ a delicious meal, and look out over the full view of Lake Ontario and Toronto’s city skyline.
Easy TTC access: A great convenience for these downtown Toronto condos is the easy access to TTC streetcar routes across the street from the front door. Zip over to Union Station within minutes, or head north along Bathurst or Spadina Avenue to King Street and the downtown core.
With a condo at 550 Queens Quay West, you are right down the street from all the attractions of the Harbourfront. With many open green spaces at your doorstep and just a short distance to the trendy Liberty Village and Toronto’s Entertainment District along King West, you’ll never run out of things to do. Grab a morning coffee at Neocity Café or Tim Hortons. Head over to the Harbourfront Centre for events and community activities. And top it all off with a good meal at the Amsterdam Brew House right on the water, Mi-Ne Sushi Japanese Restaurant, and Horizons Restaurant on the LookOut level of the CN Tower.
Planning to stay in and cook, there are many local grocery stores including Harbour Green Farms, Hasty Market, or Sobeys, and you can fill your prescriptions at Lakefront Medical Pharmacy.
Your nearby green spaces are easy to find with Toronto Music Garden across the street, plus Little Norway Park and Toronto’s promenade, ideal for jogging and bicycling.
The Waterfront neighbourhood enjoys many smooth and easy travel options, with an 85 Walk Score for those who prefer to get around on foot. There are two nearby streetcar lines heading north along Bathurst and east to Union Station where you can connect to Toronto’s subway system. For car owners, closest highway is the Gardiner Expressway via Spadina Avenue and Lake Shore Boulevard.