If a Toronto condo in the heart of the waterfront is your big dream, you’ve come to the right place. Developed by Landmark & Urbancorp in 2003, The Riviera condos at 228 Queens Quay West feature a unique tinted glass façade, so you can take in the spectacular lake views and the city lights by night. Spread over 24 floors, the suites range in size from 494 to a spacious 1,590 square feet, leaving you plenty of room to entertain friends and family.
Residents of these Toronto waterfront condos can enjoy all that the Toronto waterfront community has to offer, including Queen’s Quay, waterfront festivals and the boardwalk. Known for their 9-ft. ceilings, spacious floor plans and sunny units, these waterfront condos are a great place to put your feet up and watch the sailboats glide by.
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Suite Sizes and Layouts: These condos offer lots of amenities, including a gym, an exercise room, an indoor pool, concierge, sauna and visitor parking – not to mention the great rooftop deck where you can party the night away or relax with a good book.
If you’re searching for a bite to eat, Lakeside Eats, the Spice Thai Café and the Aquadisiac Restaurant & Lounge offer something to suit every mood, or you can venture a little further for a meal at one of the King West restaurants. If you’re a coffee addict, you’re minutes away from Gelato Tic Investment Club, Starbucks and Williams Coffee Pub. You can pick up your groceries for every type of menu at Sobeys, Kitchen Table Grocery Stores, Union Fruit Market and York Quay Fine Foods.
Looking for indoor entertainment? The choices are endless: The Pier - Toronto's Waterfront Museum, the Toronto Railway Museum, the Museum of Inuit Art and Toronto Harbour Commission Archives will keep you happily occupied for hours. If it’s culture you’re seeking, TIFF Bell Lightbox isn’t far away. Care to shop till you drop? Just head over to Tanya Lam Design, Reitmans and The Earth Collection. And for the outdoorsy types, The Riviera is only steps away from Ann Tindal Park, Rees Street Park, Ontario Square and HTO Park West.
Transit users, take note: the 509 Harbourfront and the 410 Spadina Streetcars at Harbourfront Centre’s Queens Quay are only minutes away. Drivers can access the Gardiner Expressway via York Street.