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1061 The Queensway Condos is a new condo development at 1061 The Queensway, Etobicoke, located right at Islington Avenue and The Queensway.
An ambitious proposal in a rapidly-urbanizing area, this project calls for two condominium towers anchored by a four-storey podium, as well as a separate commercial building housing a grocery store and retail units.
Easily leading the way in South Etobicoke’s revitalization, this neighbourhood has everything; shopping, dining and a seamless transit connection to Kipling Station.
Occupying a parcel between St. Lawrence Avenue and the newly-extended Caven Street, just east of Kipling, this condominium development is split into two portions.
Phase 1: Situated on the north portion of the site, the first phase calls for a two-storey commercial building housing a grocery store on the ground floor and retail units on the second floor. Fronting directly onto the main stretch, this will benefit residents as well as those living elsewhere in the rapidly-growing neighbourhood.
Phase 2: Separated by a private driveway, the south portion of the site will feature an expansive four-storey podium, anchoring two condominium towers. Situated on the east and west sides of the parcel, the towers will stand 22 and 27 storeys.
558 residential units are proposed, including 237 one-bedroom, 197 one-bedroom-with-den, 70 two-bedroom and 54 two-bedroom-with-den units. A selection of ground-floor units will be housed on the south side of the podium, overlooking a private open space that will border the site.
Almost 25,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenity space is proposed, some on the ground floor, some on the fifth floors of each tower, and some on the roof of the 22-storey tower. The amenity space is proposed as a mixture of entertainment and wellness space, with the outdoor portions being adjacent to the indoors.
South Etobicoke is consistently named as part of the Growth to Watch For series compiled by Urban Toronto, a publication that tracks growth and development throughout the GTA.
With equally easy access to the city centre, the waterfront and shopping and dining options, it’s a central neighbourhood that’s seen a staggering number of condominiums recently built and proposed along the main stretches.
As a whole, Etobicoke has a strong business sector, with several high-density employment districts. Plentiful jobs in the manufacturing, film production and technology spheres make it a popular place for those seeking work, while a new wave of younger, digital-focused companies are choosing to set up head offices here too.
BMO Bank of Montreal
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