Heartwood the Beach

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Mid-rise condos in Toronto

1884 Queen Street East, Toronto, ON

Find your place at Heartwood on the Beach, a luxury boutique residence carefully crafted and designed to meet changing lifestyle demands.

This exquisite condo property is situated in an area where diverse boutiques and cafés line the streets and a boardwalk makes its way down the velvety beaches of Lake Ontario. Fieldgate Urban and Hullmark worked together to develop this project. They are two of the GTA’s major land developers, with a strong track record in the master-planned residential and commercial sectors.

Heartwood the Beach is a 6-story building with 47 units designed by BDP Quadrangle, one of Canada’s most notable architectural, design, and planning companies. Suite sizes range from 1,180 to 1,218 square feet.

This resort town within a city is a lovely escape, but it’s an even better place to settle. Residents of Heartwood on the Beach condo in Toronto enjoy access to some of the city’s top lakefront attractions, including Woodbine Beach.

Pricing & Fees

  • Est. Maintenance $0.62 / sq ft / month
  • Parking Maintenance $40 / month

Deposit Structure

  • Total Min. Deposit 5%
  • Deposit Notes 2.5% Deposit
  • 2.5% Upon Occupancy

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Heartwood the Beach is located in The Beaches neighbourhood of Toronto. It is located between Coxwell Avenue and Victoria Park Avenue, with Kingston Road serving as the northern boundary and Lake Ontario serving as the southern boundary.

This is an extremely attractive place to live for growing families, singles, young professionals, and retirees looking for a vibrant and friendly environment. It has easy access to the city’s best lakeside, making it a luxurious spot to soak up the sun’s rays.

Despite the fact that the area is car-dependent, residents can find a variety of amenities within a few minutes of driving. This neighbourhood is the best place to live because of its proximity to the water, amazing shopping options along Queen Street East, diverse selection of schools, and more.

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This boutique building’s location scored 72 out of 100 in terms of transit, suggesting that it has an outstanding public transportation network. Residents of the condo may discover a bus that brings them straight to the Woodbine subway station as well as a 24-hour streetcar that transports them all around the city just outside their door.

Scarborough GO station is also approximately 18 minutes away. Residents who need to fly may do so at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, which is only a 22-minute drive away.


Heartwood the Beach is a family-friendly community that is popular among students and parents because of its closeness to primary and secondary institutions such as Boardwalk Montessori School, Glen Ames Senior Public School, Kew Beach Junior Public School, and others.

Postsecondary students may continue their studies at some of the area’s premier universities, including the University of Toronto and Yorkville University’s Downtown Toronto Campus, both of which are less than a 23-minute drive away. Because of the short commute, this location is great for off-campus housing.

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Woodbine Beach image from Pixabay.com


There are numerous restaurants around that provide a range of cuisines and wonderful meals because it is close to the beaches. In addition, several shopping malls are nearby, including Gerrard Square, which is only a 9-minute drive away. It is a neighbourhood shopping centre containing big-box stores, apparel businesses, and fast-food restaurants. This beautiful mall makes it simple to dine and buy. It is home to Home Depot, Walmart, Dollar General, Winners, Planet Fitness, and several more retailers.

Outdoorsy types can spend their summer wandering along the sands of some of the area’s most popular beaches, such as Woodbine Beach Park and Balmy Beach Park. For outdoor enthusiasts, popular kayak rentals include Toronto Beach Kayak and Playa Kayak.

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Heartwood on the Beach is an elegant boutique Toronto condominium project by Fieldgate Urban and Hullmark. This exquisite condominium has been meticulously crafted and designed to provide an intimate and warm atmosphere that reflects the welcoming neighbourhood in which it is located. It highlights the natural beauty of the wood, and each space includes a wooden feature wall in the main living area. It ensures that residents’ surroundings are always comfortable and sophisticated.

The building complements the surrounding neighbourhood beautifully, with retail space on the ground floor and a cubist façade in warm wood and glass tones.

Heartwood the Beach exterior
Heartwood the Beach amenities

This condo project’s living spaces have been designed to maximize both functionality and luxury. The majority of suites have large, private balconies or terraces that seamlessly transition into indoor living and entertaining spaces. 

Residents can choose between traditional or pull-out pantries in the kitchen, as well as islands with more storage. These kitchens are a true chef’s dream, with integrated appliances and sumptuous wood cabinetry. Panoramic windows and the residents’ choice of engineered hardwood shades enhance the beauty of their unit. With rain showerheads, frameless glass enclosures, and integrated marble sinks, bathrooms take relaxation to the next level. 

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Fieldgate Urban is proud of its long history of exceptional homebuilding and devoted customer service. Celebrating over 65 years of building excellent homes in the Greater Toronto Area, they bring generations of quality and attention to every new neighborhood they develop. Their inventive ideas, high-quality products, and meticulous attention to detail define their work, putting us consistently ahead of the industry standard.
As a result of creating heritage communities and homes whose value continues to rise over time, the name Fieldgate has become associated with quality. Through constant community participation, they seek to retain a sharp emphasis on the current requirements and desires of homebuyers, which influences the design of every house they construct. When you purchase a Fieldgate home, you become much more than a part of the neighborhood. You are adopted into the Fieldgate family.
Hullmark is a real estate investment and development firm established in 1950 by Murphy Hull, a Polish immigrant who came to Canada when he was nine years old in 1934. Their diversely talented team is committed to establishing a vibrant and dynamic urban Toronto, with specializations in private equity and finance, asset management, development, tenant experience, and placemaking. Their team is hands-on and flexible, creative and analytical, and they see possibilities where others do not.
They make investments in places they know and love. They have a unique role in developing the communities they call home by focusing on both cultural and geographic areas. Their approach enables them to build destinations in ways that single developments and less focused strategies cannot. Whether through the office, retail, or residential space—or a combination of the three—they want to build spaces that define their city and demonstrate to the world the possibilities of well-designed locations.

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