Reina Condos

A game-changing condominium, for an avenue that’s changing its game.

Reina is a complete reinvention of urban condominium living.
Named after the Spanish word for queen, it is the first all-female development in Canada. We’re building a better condo by doing things differently — through community collaboration, new perspectives, and a commitment to multigenerational living.
What does a condominium look like when it’s inspired, designed and executed by women? Not only is it spectacularly beautiful, with sinuous architecture and interiors, but it also fosters a stronger sense of community, making the building feel like its own neighbourhood.
With a wide variety of layouts, multipurpose amenities and tailored programming and activities, residents can connect, spend time together and make new friends of all ages and stages of life.
And all of this is located on what is becoming one of Toronto’s great residential avenues – The Queensway – in an established residential district called Queensway Village.
This is what makes Reina a welcoming community you and your family can call home.
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The softer side of modern design

Designed in a contemporary minimalist style but with a softer, smoother, more feminine feel, Reina is a breath of fresh air that is sure to become a landmark in the community. Its light colouring, meticulously manicured landscaping and rounded, picketed balconies will provide movement, contour and dynamic curb appeal. With nine storeys and 197 units, Reina will be a perfect addition to the modern transformation of one of Etobicoke’s more family-friendly urban neighbourhoods.

Reina makes a grand entrance

Reina’s lobby makes a simple yet bold statement. The flowing design of the building’s exterior continues inside for a grand arrival. Crisp and clean but with the warmth of home, the entrance is impeccably styled with wood finishes, textured wall coverings and clear sight lines through to the expansive green courtyard beyond. The fresh, modern feel is in the thoughtfully chosen details, the soft touches, organic curves and neutral palette with just a splash of colour.

Amenities designed to bring people together

The amenities at Reina are designed to be an extension of your home. With over 5,000 square feet of interior space to play with – 25% higher than the City of Toronto interior amenity standard – you can say goodbye to the often empty party room and hello to a multitude of distinct areas that can be diversely activated with well-thought-out design and communal programming.

Reina Condos Highlights

Convenient public transportation options at doorstep
Less than 15 minutes to Downtown Toronto via GO Transit
Fabulous restaurants and retail stores along the street
Just 44 minutes to Downtown Toronto by TTC
Easy access to Gardiner Expressway
Only 10 minutes from Mimico GO Station by bus

Developer

Urban Capital
Spectacularly beautiful condominiums
With over 9,300 condominiums developed or under development since 1996, valued at over $3.7 billion, and often named as one of Toronto’s top five real estate developers, Urban Capital pushes the envelope in terms of architectural and interior design, environmental sustainability, and commitment to cities. Widely recognized as a trailblazing developer of beautiful urban buildings and communities, Urban Capital’s work has extended from Toronto to Montreal, Ottawa, Mississauga, Halifax, Winnipeg and Saskatoon, often creating flourishing new neighbourhoods along the way, and always challenging the way we think about urban living.

Reina is Urban Capital’s latest development in Toronto, following on the footsteps of it’s highly successful Queensway Park project a few blocks to the west along The Queensway, and reinforcing it’s role in the transformation of this avenue into one of Toronto’s main residential streets.

But Reina also represents another part of UC’s DNA, which is to always be a part of more significant societal moves, in this case being the promotion of women in the residential development sector. Something that is sorely needed.