Imagine living in a community where experience is standard; live both in the sky and along the shoreline only at Lakeside Condos.
Lakeside Condos is a new condominium development by Greenland Group Canada currently under construction and located at 215 Lake Shore Boulevard East, Toronto, ON. The project is 49 storeys tall and has a total of 1,147 suites ranging from 460 square feet to 1,101 square feet.
This development of a former FedEx Warehouse property will be a stunning modern structure designed by Hariri Pontarini Architects, while the interior design is curated by the renowned II BY IV DESIGN. The development is scheduled to be completed in 2024.
Stretching from Lower Sherbourne Street, westward to Richardson Street, this new architectural blueprint will add to the landscape of new developments under the Lower Yonge Precinct Plan. The planning project, created to address the significant population growth expected for the area, will attract a diverse audience.
Lakeside Residences is located in the Waterfront neighborhood. With a walk score of 90/100 and a transit score of 99/100, it represents an excellent investment opportunity.
This neighbourhood combines lakefront living with metropolitan charm. This tiny community, also known as the Island Neighbourhood, has something for everyone, from the foodie to the shopaholic, the music lover to the outdoor enthusiast. This area has also become a haven for young professionals drawn to the high life and proximity to work, entertainment, pubs, and restaurants. People of various races cohabit in this one-of-a-kind neighbourhood, making it an ideal place for people of all origins to feel welcome and at home.
With a walk score of 99/100 and a plethora of alternative transit choices nearby, this is an ideal location for commuters. Union Station is served by regular and rapid bus service as well as streetcars. Union Subway Station and Go Transit are just 15 minutes away on foot. The 75 Sherbourne bus will take you to the Bloor-Danforth subway line in less than 20 minutes, while the 504 King Streetcar runs 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Waterfront Communities is also advantageous for motorists because it is conveniently positioned near the Gardiner Expressway, which connects to the Don Valley Parkway.
There are a variety of schools nearby that will undoubtedly appeal to families with school-aged children, and all of the possibilities will provide excellent examples of the multiculturalism that is synonymous with living in Toronto.
Aside from primary and secondary schools, postsecondary students can continue their education and prepare for the future by enrolling at prestigious Canadian institutions such as George Brown College. In addition, Ryerson and U of T students may arrive at school in under 20 minutes.
There’s no need to leave the city to have some fun in the sun! The waterfront district is the go-to spot for some nature in the middle of downtown Toronto. There are lots of things to occupy a day of discovery, including waterfront trails and harborfront watersport rentals, scenic beaches, and parks with great vistas.
Furthermore, St. Lawrence Market is a short walk away, where you can buy locally grown products and try different delicacies from across the world. On Queen’s Quay, there’s also a Loblaws for all your necessities. A big new LCBO is right across the street from George Brown’s Waterfront campus, where you can get your basic essentials.
Lakeside Condos offers remarkable architecture and one of the city’s most revolutionary waterfront nooks designed by Hariri Pontarini Architects, a visionary Toronto-based architectural practice known for some of the world’s most high-end condominiums, residences, and cultural institutions.
The Lakeside Residences will be 49 floors high and will occupy the eastern section of the site. The design will complement its sister building, Lakeside Lake Suites, which will soar 39 stories. The buildings will be connected by a common podium that will serve as a sculptural feature. These towers are inspired by the two sails of a sailboat, which feature gently curved exteriors and appear to capture the wind. The western portion of the land will have a combination of townhouses and mid-rise structures, as well as potential retail or commercial space.
Lakeside Residences’ interiors will be designed by one of Toronto’s premier interior décor firms, II BY IV DESIGN, and will include floor-to-ceiling windows, luxury kitchens, large baths, and spectacular views of the lake.
In terms of building amenities, there will be a timeless lobby, an outdoor pool, and a sun deck with private cabanas overlooking the harbor. Some of the features meant to make this a complete community include a fully equipped gym, a party area with cooking and eating facilities, a children’s playroom, and so much more.