If you’re seeking Toronto condos with lake and city views, welcome to One York Quay. A picturesque backdrop to some of the city’s best cultural attractions, the Toronto waterfront’s One York Quay condos at 77 Harbour Square and 99 Harbour Square offer a lifestyle that is fit for a dream. One of Toronto’s older, iconic condo buildings, One York Quay stands at 39-storeys and hosts 812 Waterfront condos for sale and for rent, reflecting a high standard of condo construction that’s rarely seen in newer condo buildings. The lobby’s stately entrance features polished marble, and the mirrored décor creates an elegant atmosphere. These downtown Toronto condos offer breathtaking vistas of Lake Ontario and unobstructed views of the downtown core.
Most Notable Features
Cultural hotspots: The waterfront’s vibrant cultural district is home to the Harbourfront Cultural Centre, one of Canada’s most exciting and innovative centers for cultural events such as the International Festival of Authors, among others. Harbourfront is only minutes away, offering year-round live music and dance performances, art exhibitions, great restaurants, and the tall ships!
Many suite choices: With over 800 units available from generously spaced one-bedroom apartments to two-bedroom plus den suites, there are a lot of choices here for potential homeowners. So if you like the idea of living near the lake, close to Habourfront, in a well-established building, then you’re very likely to find a place at One York Quay.
Topnotch amenities: One York Quay offers a great array of amenities designed to excite, entertain, and embrace every aspect of resident life. Homeowners can relax in an idyllic rooftop oasis and dine in style at the Harbour Club Restaurant, which is open 7 days a week. If dance, yoga, or swimming is your passion, you’ll love the building’s aerobics studios and swimming pool.
Residents of One York Quay couldn’t ask for better access to the urban amenities that city dwellers love. Should you need a jolt of caffeine, you’ll find it at Cocoberry Café, Starbucks, Lavazza Espression, The Treats and AMPM. If you feel the urge to cook, Sobeys supermarket is a quick dash across the street. And if museums are your passion, look no further than theToronto Railway Museum, the Museum of Inuit Art and Redpath Sugar Museum, all just minutes away. Got the urge to shop? Just head to Real Sports Apparel, then take a load off at Boathouse Bar & Grill, Aquadisiac Restaurant & Lounge or The Fox. There’s never a dull moment in this neighbourhood!
Attention, transit riders! A free, private shuttle connects residents of One York Quay to Queen Street, Bay Street, Union Station and many other TTC routes in the downtown core. For drivers, the closest highway is the Gardiner Expressway via York Street.