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Harbourpoint III

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by Huang and Danczkay
For Sale
0
For Rent
4
    Average Psf
    $777(past 365 days)
    Area
    -
    Size Range
    -
    Age Of Building
    33 years

    Overview
    Harbourpoint III can be found at the corner of Queens Quay West and Rees Street, across from the lake and within walking distance to the CN Tower. It’s the final phase in a three-tower condominium complex and a well-established property in Toronto’s popular Waterfront neighbourhood.
    Harbourpoint III was built in 1987 and shares the traditional condo-tower design as it’s two predecessors, located at 250 and 260 Queens Way. Standing at 30-storeys, the building offers 225 Toronto condos for sale and for rent, ranging from generously planned one-bedroom apartments to two-bedroom plus solariums. On the inside, the suites feature large living areas with engineered hardwood flooring, separate upgraded kitchens, bright windows with a lot of natural lighting, and unobstructed views of both Toronto’s skyline and the marina on Lake Ontario. The building also boasts a nice list of amenities, including a tennis court and a rooftop deck to keep residents happy at home, while right outside the unique living experience of Toronto’s Harbourfront awaits.

    Most Notable Features
    True tenured value: While it’s not a flashy building compared to newer downtown Toronto condos, Harbourpoint III has been providing quality homes for the last 25 years. The property offers true tenured value that is rarely found nowadays and really speaks for itself.
    Many suite choices: One nice thing about these Toronto condos is that they are part of a three-building complex with close to 600 units available. That means if you like the waterfront area, the energetic amenities, and the layouts, you have many suites to choose from, all delivering a unique yet similar living experience.
    Views of the lake: Harbourpoint III was definitely designed for residents who appreciate a good view. Whether from your own suite or from the rooftop sundeck and BBQ area, with a home at Harbourpoint III you will experience a stunning vista of the marina, several green parks, the city skyline, and Lake Ontario from sunrise to sunset.

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    Building Details

    Storeys:
    30
    Units:
    225
    Corp #:
    MTCC-739
    Management Company:
    Public Transit
    Parking Garage
    Pet Restriction
    Sauna
    Security Guard
    Security System
    Squash Court
    Tennis Court
    BBQ Permitted
    Bike Storage
    Concierge
    Gym
    Meeting Room
    Party Room
    Rooftop Deck

    Maintenance Fees at Harbourpoint III cover:

    Common Element
    Building Insurance
    Parking
    Water
    There are currently no condos for sale in Harbourpoint III, add an alert on this building
    $
    777
    /sqft
    Avg. Price per Sqft : $777/sqft

    Based on 7 recent sales at

    $
    2.76
    /sqft
    Avg. Rent Price per Sqft : $2.76/sqft

    Based on 8 recent rentals at

    28
    days
    Avg. days on Market : 28 days

    At the Harbourpoint III

    7
    units
    Sales Volume : #7

    Condos sold at Harbourpoint III within the past twelve months

    8
    units
    Rental Volume : #8

    Condos rented at Harbourpoint III within the past twelve months

    Want to dine out? There are plenty of good restaurant choices not too far from 270 Queens Quay W, like Indian Roti House, Steam Whistle Biergarten and Subway, just to name a few. Grab your morning coffee at Starbucks located at 208 Queens Quay W. Groceries can be found at Rabba Fine Foods Stores which is only steps away and you'll find Bloom Pharmacy only steps away as well. Toronto Railway Museum, TIFF in the Park and TIFF Bell Lightbox are all within walking distance from Harbourpoint III and could be a great way to spend some down time. If you're an outdoor lover, condo residents of 270 Queens Quay W are a short distance away from Rees Street Parkette, HTO Park and Roundhouse Park.


    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, the closest highway is the Gardiner Expressway via Spadina Avenue and Lake Shore Boulevard.