The 545 Lake Shore Condos project will bring two high-rise mixed-use towers to a desirable site located in the Bathurst Quay area of Toronto’s waterfront district. Insiders are excited at the incredible potential of this proposal, which will include the redevelopment of one of the last heritage Art Deco buildings in the area.
|Project Name||545 Lake Shore Condos|
|Location||545 Lake Shore Boulevard West, Toronto, Ontario|
|Development Team||Canderel Residential|
|Number of Storeys||15 & 39|
|Number of Units||508|
|Sales Status||Coming Soon|
545 Lake Shore Condos: Project Overview
The northwestern periphery of the proposed building site is home to a heritage Art Deco building, which was carefully restored after Rogers Corporation acquired it during the 1970s. It will be integrated into the new property’s U-shaped podium base. Mixed-use towers rising to heights of 15 and 39 storeys will share the base, with the resultant community encompassing 508 residential suites.
Other proposed and confirmed features include:
- Mixed-use functions including office space and extensive street-level retail facilities
- Pedestrian connections to market galleries in the heritage pavilion base
- Dramatic panoramas of Lake Ontario
As a high-profile luxury building, residents will also be treated to a complete lineup of state-of-the-art amenities, which are expected to include both indoor and outdoor recreation options.
These new Toronto waterfront condos benefit from an incredible location. A large Loblaws location is steps from the proposed building site, while Union Station is also within easy walking distance. The building site enjoys excellent public transportation connections, with TTC bus, streetcar, and subway services all stopping within close proximity.
Residents will love the community’s waterfront lifestyle, which is particularly enjoyable during the summer months. Scenic walking, jogging, and cycling trails run along the Lake Ontario shoreline, and 545 Lake Shore Condos will be surrounded by parks and historic sites including:
- Fort York National Historic Site
- Garrison Common
- Coronation Park
- Little Norway Park
Some other neighbourhood features to note:
- Residents will be within walking distance of the site of the annual Canadian National Exhibition (CNE)
- Excellent cycling infrastructure connects the address to bike routes along Queens Quay and other major downtown transit corridors
- Billy Bishop City Airport is just minutes away
- The Financial District and Entertainment District are easily accessible
Motorists will also be able to navigate the entire GTA with ease, as Lake Shore Boulevard connects to major intracity routes including the Gardiner Expressway and Don Valley Parkway.
Best of all, the area has been undergoing constant upgrades over the past several years, with many more in the works. Toronto’s waterfront is maturing in exciting and innovative ways, making now a great time to join it as a resident or investor.
Become a Part of Toronto’s Waterfront Community at 545 Lake Shore Condos
With on-site “market hall” retail services and a high-profile location that includes an iconic heritage building, 545 Lake Shore Condos is shaping up as a big winner. Investors have realized major profits with new Toronto waterfront condos in recent years, and this exciting project offers excellent moneymaking potential. As a Toronto lifestyle destination, Bathurst Quay is hard to beat, and it’s especially appealing to busy professionals and intercity commuters thanks to its outstanding transportation infrastructure.
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