If you’re looking for a waterfront condo with a sleek and functional modern appeal, then Waterclub II is an ideal spot to check out.
A Kolter Property Company development, three gleaming glass towers compose the Waterclub complex with a unique design that allows every resident to enjoy spectacular views of Toronto’s skyline and Lake Ontario. Built in 2004, the building offers over 450 Toronto condos for sale and for rent, ranging in style and layout from one to two-bedrooms plus den. With fun and relaxing amenities, Waterclub II offers dwellers a perfect blend of city living and waterfront leisure.
Within walking distance of Harbourfront Centre’s many activities, residents can enjoy Toronto’s downtown plus local nautical recreation.
Most Notable Features
Stylish layouts: Waterclub II is recognized among downtown Toronto condos for their bright, open concept suites, granite countertops and hardwood flooring, creating unique condos that exude stylish urban living with a leisurely waterfront lifestyle.
Guest Suites: Among the building’s extensive amenities list, including an indoor/outdoor pool and spa, Waterclub II also features guest suites. Although they don’t sound overly exciting, guest suites are perfect additions to a condo home because they are essentially second apartments that can rented out for visiting friends and family, if you feel you need the extra space.
Residents of Waterclub II at 208 Queens Quay West will be just a hop, skip and jump away from eateries like Quiznos, Mr. Souvlaki, and Pearl Harbourfront Chinese Cuisine. For the nearest caffeine fix, just wander over to Starbucks or Lavazza Espression. Running low on groceries? You can pick up everything you need at Natural Food Shop Inc, Sobeys, or Rabba Fine Foods.
For a dose of culture, check out CBC Museum, Graham Spry Theatre, Toronto Railway Museum or the Museum of Inuit Art Gallery. And for those who love to shop till they drop, just check out The Earth Collection, Tanya Lam Design, and French Connection Canada.
If it’s green space you’re after, you can explore Simcoe Park or Harbour Square Park, as well as Toronto’s promenade trails perfect for jogging, bicycling and rollerblading.
A note for transit riders, Waterclub II is right on top of the Harbourfront streetcar routes leading north along Spadina, west to Exhibition Station, and connecting Toronto’s subway system at Union Station. For drivers, the closest highway is the Gardiner Expressway.