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Harbourpoint Ⅰ at 250 Queens Quay W, Toronto photos 1
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Harbourpoint Ⅰ

250 Queens Quay W, Toronto

By Huang and Danczkay
For Sale
2
For Rent
1
Average Psf
$689(past 365 days)
Size Range
786-788 sqft
Age Of Building
32 years

Overview
Located on Queens Quay West just east of Rees Street, Harbourpoint I is the first in a three-tower condominium complex and a long-standing residence in Toronto’s vibrant Waterfront neighbourhood.
Built in 1986, Harbourpoint I has a traditional high-rise look with 134 Toronto condos for sale and for rent across 18-storeys. Over the years the property has gained widespread popularity and prominence, with generous suites ranging from one-bedroom apartments to two-bedroom plus solariums. The units feature large living areas, separate upgraded kitchens, a lot of windows with tons of natural sunlight, and unobstructed views of both Toronto’s skyline and the marina on Lake Ontario. On top of it all, residents will enjoy an active array of amenities, plus all the attractions of Toronto’s Harbourfront, including parks, paths, restaurants, cafes and more, giving homeowners at Harbourpoint I a truly cozy and commanding experience of lakeside living.

Most Notable Features
Well-established residence: Harbourpoint I was built in 1986. Ever since then it has been providing quality downtown Toronto condos to discerning homeowners. Although it’s less flashy than the newer condos in Toronto, Harbourpoint I gives residents the well-established value and quality that only time can secure.
Tennis court: Among the amenities offered at Harbourpoint I, residents will find a fitness facility, rooftop deck, but most notably an at-home tennis court. A great way to break a sweat, spend an hour with a friend, or host a family tournament, the court is yours for the taking!
Beautiful views: On the north side of Queens Quay West, Harbourpoint I looks out over the Harbourfront marina, several green parks, and Lake Ontario. And from the rooftop deck, you’ll enjoy inspiring vistas of Toronto’s skyline, stunning sunsets, and beautiful night skies over the lake. Can you picture that?

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Building Details 250 Queens Quay W

Storeys:
18
Units:
134
Corp #:
MTCC-719
Public Transit
Parking Garage
Pet Restriction
Sauna
Security Guard
Security System
Tennis Court

Maintenance Fees at Harbourpoint Ⅰ cover:

Air Conditioning
Common Element
Building Insurance
Parking
Water
395
th
Price Per Sqft Rank

Highest price per sqft out of 430 condos in Downtown

+
7.5
%
condo Values : +7.5%

Year over year change in values at 250 Queens Quay W, Toronto

$
689
/sqft
Avg Price per Sqft : $689/sqft

based on 8 recent sales at 250 Queens Quay W, Toronto

$
3.30
/sqft
Avg Rent Price per Sqft : $3.30/sqft

based on 4 recent rentals at 250 Queens Quay W, Toronto

16
days
Avg days on Market : 16 days

at the Harbourpoint Ⅰ

8
units
Sales Volume : #8

condos sold at Harbourpoint Ⅰ within the past twelve months

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About 250 Queens Quay W, Toronto


With a cozy home at 250 Queens Quay West, you are right in the middle of Toronto’s Harbourfront and all its attractions. 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 Williams Coffee Pub or Lick It Gelato. Head over to the Harbourfront Centre for events and community activities. And top it all off with a good meal at the Amsterdam BrewHouse right on the water, Gonoe Sushi just next door, and Harbour Sixty Steakhouse only a short walk away near the Air Canada Centre.
Nearby groceries and other household items can be found at Rabba Fine Foods right next door, Longo’s Maple Leaf Square, and Sobeys. Plus you can fill your prescriptions at Lakefront Medical Pharmacy.
Local green spaces abound with Ann Tindal Park right across the street, Ontario Square, Exhibition Common, as well as 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, the closest highway is the Gardiner Expressway via Spadina Avenue and Lake Shore Boulevard.

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