In the heart of Coastal Queen East, between the green parks and boardwalks of The Beaches, and the red bricks and lattes of Leslieville, beyond the shores of Ashbridge’s Bay and the skyscrapers of downtown Toronto; lies Queen & Ashbridge.
The 8-storey brick-faced Queen Street wing is populated by wide sidewalks,
trees, shops and restaurants. A cascading 17-storey pyramid-shaped tower provides residents
with lake, park and downtown Toronto skyline views.
A mosaic of outdoor spaces is woven
together from the enormous green communal courtyard, landscaped walkways, patios, green
roofs and private balconies and terraces. In Queen & Ashbridge, The Beaches meet Leslieville
in a modern and highly liveable architectural statement.
The architecture is a 21st century response to urban design principles that resembles a timeless, sun washed hill-town, scattered with interlocking terraces that blur the lines between inside and out. Inspired by its natural environment and community, and exhibiting modern ideas of holistic wellness, Queen & Ashbridge is an extraordinary choice for urbanites who crave something different.
Some of the highlighted features are 10′ ceilings on main floor, smooth ceilings on main floor, tall upper kitchen cabinets, Quartz countertop with under-mount sink and chrome finish single level faucet, 7′ wide plank laminate flooring on main floor and upper hall, 2 panel square, smooth finish passage doors, 4-1/4 step-style baseboards with 2-3/4 casing.
Freestanding soaker tub with roman tub filler in master ensuite (as per plan), separate ensuite bathroom shower stall (as per plan) with marble threshold curb, recessed shower pot light and framed clear glass enclosure and chrome finish faucets for all vanities to just name a few.
Coastal Queen East is a healthy neighbourhood that weaves together the dense greenery and boardwalks of The Beaches, and the historic façades and deep-rooted character of Leslieville. Swatches of lively, green, tree lined streets and parks mingle with sparkling blue waters and skies to serve as the backdrop for an electric streetscape populated with independent retail. Hidden, open, dynamic and serene, Coastal Queen East is your new favourite neighbourhood.ities that cater to everyone.
Investors here will find many low-rise homes for its residents and big corporate buildings that offer a lot of employment opportunities. The area is filled with restaurants, cafes, bakeries, big name stores including Costco, Loblaws, Sobeys, Home Depot and Shoppers Drug Mart, just to name a few. For all of your shopping needs, Hillcrest Mall is just 15 minutes away from this development.
Context was formed in 1997 by Stephen Gross and Howard Cohen. The company is focused on the development of mixed-use projects, condominiums and affordable rental housing in Toronto’s central neighbourhoods. Context is a pioneer in downtown intensification with buildings based on quality design, sustainability and innovative city planning.
RioCan Living listens to the communities they’re part of, to ensure they’re enhancing the unique culture of each neighbourhood. That’s why their project in King West doesn’t feel like their project in Little Italy, and why you, whatever your lifestyle, will feel at home with them.