Qwest at 168 Simcoe St, Toronto 0
Qwest at 168 Simcoe St, Toronto 1


168 Simcoe St, Toronto

For Sale
For Rent
Average Psf
$985(past 365 days)
Size Range
553-1,889 sqft
Age Of Building
20 years

Located on Simcoe Street at the corner of Richmond Street, Qwest is a trendy 13-storey condo building of pre-cast concrete, brick and tinted glass that shares the contemporary style and flare of nearby Queen Street West.
The building offers 210 Toronto condos for sale and for rent, ranging in size from one to two-bedrooms with multiple baths, plus select penthouse units. The suites feature bright and spacious open-concept layouts with pre-engineered hardwood flooring, enclave kitchens with modern appliances and granite countertops, plus a mix of Juliette and open-air balconies. The amenities at Qwest are easily comparable to newer Toronto condos, offering residents a gym, whirlpool, lounge, party rooms and 24-hour concierge.
And beyond the walls of the building, homeowners at Qwest will enjoy living just steps from the excitement of Queen Street West for shopping and dining, and within walking distance to Toronto’s Entertainment District, Financial District, and the Eaton Centre.

Most Notable Features
Two-level penthouses: Not all downtown Toronto condos can boast offering two-level penthouse suites, but Qwest certainly can. These 1,000 square-foot residences feel like modern loft style homes with all the convenience and comfort of modern condos.
Rooftop BBQ terrace: Among the amenities at Qwest is a rooftop terrace and lounge that features BBQ stations and striking views of Toronto’s downtown. It’s a great place to hang out with friends, grill up a delicious meal, or relax under the stars.
Queen Street TTC: One great perk to Qwest is how close it is to the Queen Street, providing TTC streetcar service east and west and access to Toronto’s subway system via Osgoode Station. You can zip around the city safe and smoothly, all within walking distance from home.

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Building Details 168 Simcoe St

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Rooftop Deck
Public Transit
Visitor Parking
Parking Garage
Pet Restriction
Security Guard
Security System
Games Room
Meeting Room
Party Room
Rec Room

Maintenance Fees at Qwest cover:

Air Conditioning
Common Element
Building Insurance
Price Per Sqft Rank: 250th

Highest price per sqft out of 457 condos in Downtown

condo Values : +19.6%

Year over year change in values at 168 Simcoe St, Toronto

Avg. Price per Sqft : $985/sqft

Based on 4 recent sales at 168 Simcoe St, Toronto

Avg. Rent Price per Sqft : $3.27/sqft

Based on 15 recent rentals at 168 Simcoe St, Toronto

Area Comparison : -11.4%

Less expensive than Queen West condos for sale

Avg. days on Market : 24 days

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About 168 Simcoe St, Toronto

With a condo at 168 Simcoe Street, you will find a ton of great restaurants, cafes and bars surrounding you. For a morning coffee, you can stop by Tim Hortons across the street or stroll down to Second Cup on University Avenue. Venturing a little further you can explore the treats of Queen Street West, such as Café Crepe, Korean Grill House, and Nota Bene Restaurant. Not to mention how close you are to Bay Street’s Financial District and Toronto’s trendy Entertainment District along King Street West.
For all your local groceries, you can stop by Longo’s on Elizabeth Street, Rabba Fine Foods, and Metro Centre Marketplace on Wellington Street West.
Nearby green spaces include David Pecaut Square to the south, Grange Park where you can let your dog run around, as well as Queen’s Park to the north, a great place to jog or sit under an old tree with your favourite novel.

Transit riders take note, 168 Simcoe St is only steps away to the closest TTC BusStop (RICHMOND ST WEST AT SIMCOE ST) with (Bus) route 141 Downtown/mt.pleasant Express, (Bus) route 143 Downtown\beach Express, and more. OSGOODE STATION - SOUTHBOUND PLATFORM Subway is also only steps away. Access to Gardiner Expressway from Qwest is within a 4-minute drive, making it easy for those driving to get into and out of the city using on and off ramps on Bay St.