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The Upper Beaches have a higher quality of life! Residents of this east-end neighborhood live by this philosophy, and you can too, thanks to a small boutique building just steps from Ashbridge’s Bay. Marlin Spring is the developer of this condominium building.
The building is located at 1630 Queen Street East, on the northeast corner of Queen and Coxwell. This small Toronto condominium combines urban living with a bohemian atmosphere. The new condo building fits well into the surrounding cityscape with only 6 stories and 98 units, while setting a high bar for future architecture. The architectural company Graziani + Corazza has created a terraced mid-rise with glass and brick elements and street-level boutique shop space to suit this attractive east-end neighborhood.
This plot, located on the east end of Toronto’s coveted Upper Beaches neighborhood, has a lot to offer. You’re only a few minutes away from the sunny promenade that stretches along the sandy sands of Woodbine Beach at 1630 Queen Street East.
This makes it simple to complete everyday tasks on foot. The shore-side enclave’s reputable schools, beautiful ravines, and flourishing arts scene are simply the frosting on the cake. If you can tear yourself away from your new neighborhood, a 24-hour streetcar only feet away offers a quick trip to downtown Toronto.
The Coxwell bus, which is also just a few meters away, connects straight to the metro line and takes around 10 minutes. Because of its proximity to high-density employment areas, the neighborhood is equally popular with families, students, artists, and professionals searching for a peaceful haven to call home. It’s no surprise that The Beaches and surrounding districts are among Toronto’s most desirable communities.
Whatever your beach style is, there’s something here for you. Swimming, paddleboarding, kayaking, or beach volleyball will satisfy your inner athlete, while residents can also be found casually biking the Martin Goodman Trail, digging their toes into the sand and feeling the sun on their back, or retreating to an outdoor patio on Queen Street East for a cold drink.
This is a stretch of fashionable eateries, charming coffee shops, vibrant bars, and greengrocer stalls where you’re likely to run into a neighbor and spend the afternoon chatting. You could spend all day exploring diverse stores or seeing a movie at Alliance Cinema. The Upper Beaches is one of those neighborhoods where you never have to leave since everything you need in terms of flavor, community, and convenience is just outside your door.
WestBeach offers one-bedroom, one-bedroom-with-den, two-bedroom, and two-bedroom-with-den suites ranging in size from 420 to almost 800 square feet. The units are anticipated to be light and efficient, with large, glass-fronted balconies and patios. In the kitchen, each open-concept apartment will have linear, built-in cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and quartz worktops. Expect a modern vanity with chrome accents and a glass shower enclosure with a pressure-balanced showerhead in the bathrooms.
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