Located at the intersection of Yonge Street and Queens Quay West in Toronto’s Waterfront neighbourhood, Residences of the World Trade Centre II is a postmodern complex ideal for urban professionals and families alike.
The development is comprised of two towers, one at 10 Queens Quay and the other at 10 Yonge Street, that stand at 36 and 27-storeys and offer over 600 Toronto condos for sale and for rent, collectively. The suites range in size and layout from studio apartments to two-bedroom plus den suites, plus select penthouse units, all of which showcase beautiful views of Lake Ontario and Toronto’s Harbourfront. Known for their bright and airy feel and gorgeous finishes, including large granite countertops, floor-to-ceiling windows, and spa-inspired deep soaker tubs, not to mention the wide array of energetic amenities, these Toronto condos offer a downtown living experience like no other.
Most Notable Features
Time-tested value: Built in 1990 and 1991, the Residences of the World Trade Centre II has been offering quality downtown Toronto condos for 25 years. That’s a solid tenure within the condo market and clear proof of the property’s time-tested value.
Amazing amenities: The Residences of the World Trade Centre II provides residents with a 30,000 square-foot recreation centre that spans three-floors. It’s an exclusive space where residents can take a swim in the indoor/outdoor pool, break a sweat in the squash courts, and relax with friends atop the 38th floor Skylounge party room.
Great urban convenience: One great convenience perk about Residences of the World Trade Centre II is that they stand above a two-storey podium of mixed commercial space with retail shops and health facilities. So a quick bite to eat, or a sudden visit to the pharmacy is just an elevator ride away.
With a condo at 10 Queens Quay or 10 Yonge Street, you’ll find a lot of nearby shops and eateries, including Coffee on the Go and Starbucks for a morning coffee. After work you and your friends can head over to The Stella Borealis, Grandma Lee’s, or Kokoro for dinner and a cocktail. If cooking is your game, you can find all your ingredients and groceries at the nearby Natural Food Market, Loblaws, and Union Fruit Market.
For a night outside your condo, visit Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, The Hockey Hall of Fame, and World Theatres, or you can catch the latest flick at Rainbow Cinema Market Square. And if you appreciate art and culture, you can explore The Market Gallery at St. Lawrence Market or the Redpath Sugar Museum.
There are many downtown travel options available, such as streetcar routes along Queens Quay and Union Station just a short walk north at Front and York Street. For car owners, you’ll become good friends with the Gardiner Expressway, accessed via Yonge St.