Aquavista

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High-rise condo in Toronto

255 Queens Quay E, Toronto, ON

Aquavista, a beautiful and lucrative condominium project, provides a privileged lifestyle amidst the spectacular blue views of Lake Ontario.

This one-of-a-kind high-rise condo is the second phase of Tridel and Hines‘ blended-use premium waterfront residential complex, which was constructed by two of Canada’s most recognized land developers. The project, located at 255 Queens Quay E, Toronto, ON, was completed in 2018.

This 12-story resort-style boutique condominium has 231 large units, including one-bedroom, two-bedroom, three-bedroom, and penthouse apartments. The apartment sizes start at 1,420 square feet, with ceiling heights ranging from 9’0″ to 10’0″. Because of its magnificent vistas, opulent apartment finishes, and rich building amenities, Aquavista is Toronto’s most desirable new waterfront location.

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Highlights

Floor Plan

Neighborhood

Aquavista is in the Waterfront Communities-The Island district. This neighbourhood is part of Ward 77 and stretches from Bathurst Street to the Don River, with Queens Street as its western north boundary and Front Street as its northern boundary. The Rogers Centre, a multi-purpose retractable roof stadium located at the base of the CN Tower on the northern side of Lake Ontario, is one of its key attractions. It is a sporting stadium that hosts a variety of large-scale events such as soccer matches, racing, family shows, trade exhibits, and private gatherings.

With a walk score of 77 out of 100, it indicates that most errands can be completed without the use of a car. This neighbourhood is filled with life’s conveniences such as retail malls, parks, theatres, banks, hospitals, and more.

Exhibition GO

Transportation

The location is heavily transit-oriented and makes commuting a breeze. It features world-class public transportation, with a nearly perfect transit score of 92 out of 100. Buses run along Sherbourne Street and Parliament Street, connecting residents to the Sherbourne subway station and the Parliament Street bus to the Castlefrank underground station, as well as the Queen Quay streetcar, which connects them to the main central hub at Union Station.

Furthermore, the nearest GO train stations in the area include Bloor GO and Exhibition GO, both of which are less than a 19-minute drive away. For drivers, the Gardiner Expressway and Don Valley Parkway are highly accessible.

Education

The number of schools in the area is one of the reasons this place is popular, particularly with families and young people pursuing academic success. Many elementary and secondary schools are nearby, including Market Lane Junior and Senior Public Schools, Inglenook Community School, and Greenwood Secondary School.

In addition, for post-secondary studies, Northeastern University—Toronto and Ryerson University are both an 11-minute drive away. This is a wonderful location for off-campus living.

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Berczy Park

Outdoor


Residents can stop by and shop at Brookfield Place, one of the best shopping choices in the area, which is only a 6-minute drive away. It is a modern office tower complex that includes the Allen Lamber Galleria, a food court, and the Hockey Hall of Fame. It boasts a remarkable interior design and a nice waiting space for individuals to meet. Shop and be blown away by the interior design and the stores and services it has to offer.
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Because the property is near Lake Ontario, there are numerous water activities in the region, such as kayaking. Several canoes and kayak rental providers are available nearby, including Harbourfront Canoe & Kayak Centre and Toronto SUP & Kayak, both of which are a 7-minute drive away. Kayaking improves mood as well as increases upper-body strength and cardiac endurance. Residents can visit some of the area’s green parks, such as Sculpture Gardens, Berczy Park, and St. James Park, for less physically demanding outdoor exercise.
[/mobileonly][desktoponly]Because the property is near Lake Ontario, there are numerous water activities in the region, such as kayaking. Several canoes and kayak rental providers are available nearby, including Harbourfront Canoe & Kayak Centre and Toronto SUP & Kayak, both of which are a 7-minute drive away. Kayaking improves mood as well as increases upper-body strength and cardiac endurance. Residents can visit some of the area’s green parks, such as Sculpture Gardens, Berczy Park, and St. James Park, for less physically demanding outdoor exercise.[/desktoponly]

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Amenities

Aquavista Toronto condominium stands out in the neighbourhood due to its beautiful appearance and modern architecture. The architectural side of this condominium was headed by Arquitectonica, an award-winning global architecture firm.

It features 9’0″ and 10′ ceiling heights, premium engineered wide-plank laminate floors throughout, and large windows that let in natural light. Residents like the gourmet-inspired kitchen’s open concept that flows into the adjacent dining area, which has a huge granite or quartz countertop surface, sleek premium built-in European equipment, and bespoke designer cabinets. There are several luxurious interiors in the bathroom, including a European-inspired bathroom that features a beautiful quartz countertop, a soaker tub that measures five feet by three feet, frameless glass showers, and a custom vanity.

Aquavista interior
Aquavista amenities

This condominium also has two large lobbies, one for each wing of the building; a 24/7 concierge station; a stylish custom-designed seating lounge; a dining room; an infinity pool, a sundeck, fireside lounging areas, shade canopies, catering kitchen, a spiral staircase leading to the fitness center, party room lounge, bar, and billiards lounge. All of this is provided to provide residents with a great living experience that eliminates the need for them to go elsewhere.

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Hines

Developer

Tridel is a primarily Toronto-based real estate developer that gradually expanded into condominium high-rise construction during the 1950s. They are a heavy-hitter in the condo development industry and is one of longest active builders to date.
The company was spearheaded by Jack Delzotto an italian immigrant, who has since passed, even though, his three sons have continued on with his legacy. Tridel is certainly one of the most important condo developers in the city today. They simply know how to keep on top of the trends by demonstrating, the progressive thought process of building skyward as opposed to outward.
Hines has been at the forefront of the industry in terms of quality and innovation. Gerald D. Hines established the firm in 1957, opening a one-man office on Anita Street in downtown Houston and devoting his full-time energies to the real estate development business. Since then, the business has been dedicated to high-quality real estate investments, a more functional built environment, better cities, and a more sustainable world.

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