Lakeside Condos By Greenland – Waterfront, Toronto
Lakeside Condos is a new pre-construction condo project located at 215 Lake Shore Boulevard East in Toronto.
Developed by Greenland Group, a fortune 500 company known for developing iconic waterfront districts the world over.
Lakeside Condos Highlights:
- Steps to Google Smart City & East Harbour
- 4 minute walk to Sugar Beach & Parks
- Spectacular Lake & City views
- Across George Brown School of Medicine
- Easy access to Gardiner & DVP Expressway
Lakeside Condos means investing in Toronto’s leading waterfront community.
Toronto’s waterfront is the largest urban redevelopment project currently underway in North America, and its revitalization is expected to take approximately 25 years and $30 billion of private and public funding to complete.
This transformation will be home to over 40,000 residents, one million sq. metres of employment space and 300 hectares of parks and public spaces.
The first phase, taking up the eastern half of the site between Richardson and Sherbourne, is planned to have the majority of the square footage on the site in three towers of 14, 39, and 49 stories.
39-storey tower at ground level would be a landscaped pedestrian zone designed by Janet Rosenberg + Studio. The L-shaped space includes a free-form space frame by Hariri Pontarini climbing as high as 25 meters, while a sleeted galleria would connect the area to Sherbourne Street. Vehicular access would be from a new private north-south street to the west of the buildings.
Below ground, 4 levels of parking would have storage for 650 cars and 1,768 bicycles. Amenities would be located on the second floor of the 14 and 39-storey towers, and on the 14th and 15th of the 49-storey tower atop its podium.
Lakeside Condos has a Walk Score of 90 out of 100. and the perfect transit score of 100 out of 100. Close to subway, highway, supermarket and lake views.
Lakeside Condos location in the Waterfront Communities-The Island neighborhood in Toronto. Nearby parks include Berczy Park, Sculpture Gardens, and St. James Park.
Lakeside Condos is a New Condo development by Greenland-Group located at Lower Sherbourne and Queens Quay E, Toronto.
Lakeside Condos is the most buzzed about master planned development to come to the city’s East Bayfront neighborhood.
The high-rise project will consist of 39, 49 and 14 storey buildings housing 1148 units. The complex’s design, created by local and international competition winner Hariri Pontarini Architects is said to reflect the sailboats of the marvelous nearby harbour.
Living on Lake Shore Street East
Stretching from Lower Sherbourne Street, westward to Richardson Street, this architectural blueprint will add to the landscape of new developments under the Lower Yonge Precinct Plan.
South-facing units will reap the rewards of living on Lake Ontario with spectacular views of the city’s waterfront and harbor.
With upcoming schooling, retail and restaurant expansions in the East Bayfront pocket, this project is Greenland Group’s most widely accommodating condo yet!
Transit Options for Lakeside Condo Residents
Boasting a walk score of 93/100, 15-minutes on foot will get you to Union Subway Station and the Go Transit. At your doorstep, the 75 Sherbourne bus will take you to the Bloor- Danforth subway line in under 20 minutes and the 504 King Streetcar runs 24 hours-a-day, 7 days a week.
For driving in and out of the city along Lakeshore Boulevard east, the Jarvis on/off ramp via the Gardiner Express Way is conveniently 200 meters from home.
George Brown College students will enjoy short walks to both the Waterfront and King street campuses. And by using effortless TTC routes, Ryerson and U of T students can be at school in just under 20 minutes.
George Brown College
Market Lane Junior and Senior Public School
St. Michael’s Catholic School
CMU College of Makeup Art & Design
Parks – Harbors – Beaches
Sugar Beach Park
David Crombie Park
Entertainment & Eateries
Water’s Edge Promenade
The Young People’s Theatre
Market Square Cinema
Market lane Community Centre
St. Lawrence Library
Against The Grain Restaurant
St. Lawrence Market