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Queens Harbour

600 Queens Quay W, Toronto

For Sale
1
For Rent
3
Average Psf
$818(past 365 days)
Size Range
460-1246 sqft
Age Of Building
-

Overview
The twin-buildings of Queens Harbour can be found near the intersection of Queens Quay West and Dan Leckie Way in Toronto’s Waterfront neighbourhood.
Sharing a rounded exterior of white concrete and pale blue tinted glass, the two 11-storey towers have a nautical vibe, suggestive of an oceanic cruise ship. With over 270 Toronto condos for sale and for rent at Queens Harbour, there are a wide variety of suite sizes and styles from bachelor apartments to two-bedrooms plus den. The interiors feature open concept designs, eight to nine-foot ceilings, hardwood flooring, kitchen breakfast bars, and large private balconies with views of Lake Ontario and Toronto’s Harbourfront. For homeowners looking for an alternative to high-rise Toronto condos and a charming waterside home, Queens Harbour is certainly worth checking out.
Residents will also enjoy Toronto’s Waterfront neighbourhood, a mix of lush outdoor green spaces and well-known cultural attractions such as the Harbourfront Centre, Molson Canadian Amphitheatre, and the Canadian National Exhibition or CNE.

Most Notable Features
Close to top attractions: Just south of Lake Shore Boulevard at Dan Leckie Way, Queens Harbour is within walking distance to many of Toronto’s main attractions such as the Rogers Centre, Air Canada Centre, the Harbourfront Centre and the CN Tower.
Easy TTC access: Sometimes Waterfront condos can feel separated from the city but Queen Harbour has convenient TTC streetcar access right outside your door. Hop on and zip over to Union Station, north along Spadina, or west to Exhibition.
Underground parking: Designed for car owners, Queens Harbour is located within minutes to the Gardiner Expressway and offers three-levels of underground parking for residents, plus visitor parking for friends and family.

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Building Details 600 Queens Quay W

Storeys:
11
Units:
276
Corp #:
MTCC-1298
Management Company:
Concierge
Public Transit
Party Room
Visitor Parking
Guest Suites
Meeting Room
Parking Garage
Pet Restriction
Sauna
Security Guard
Security System

Maintenance Fees at Queens Harbour cover:

Air Conditioning
Common Element
Heat
Hydro
Building Insurance
Parking
Water
323
th
Price Per Sqft Rank: 323th

Highest price per sqft out of 436 condos in Downtown

+
9.8
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condo Values : +9.8%

Year over year change in values at 600 Queens Quay W, Toronto

$
818
/sqft
Avg Price per Sqft : $818/sqft

based on 11 recent sales at 600 Queens Quay W, Toronto

$
3.58
/sqft
Avg Rent Price per Sqft : $3.58/sqft

based on 16 recent rentals at 600 Queens Quay W, Toronto

13
days
Avg days on Market : 13 days

at the Queens Harbour

11
units
Sales Volume : #11

condos sold at Queens Harbour within the past twelve months

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About 600 Queens Quay W, Toronto


With a condo at 600 Queens Quay West, you are right next door to the Toronto Music Garden, and all the attractions of the Harbourfront. 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. Some ideal places to enjoy a good meal include Hunters Landing, Guirei Japanese Restaurant, and Iruka Sushi. For a morning coffee or an after dinner treat stop by Touti Gelati on Dan Leckie Way.
Your nearby grocery stores include Harbour Green Farms, Hasty Market, or Sobeys, and you can fill your prescriptions at Lakefront Medical Pharmacy.
For some quality time outdoors, there are many green spaces such as Ireland Park, Little Norway Park and Toronto Music Garden, not to mention Toronto’s promenade 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.