Between the green boardwalks of The Beaches and the red bricks of Leslieville, beyond the shores of Ashbridge’s Bay and the skyscrapers of downtown, lies Queen & Ashbridge, a unique icon in the heart of Coastal Queen East.
QA Condos Coming Soon to Coastal Queen East
Structurally, Queen & Ashbridge resembles a sun washed hill-town, scattered with interlocking terraces that distort the divide between indoor and out. Wellness-inspired amenities mingle with free-flowing social spaces to paint a holistic picture of down time. What’s beyond the shore? Whatever you’re looking for.
The area around Queen Ash Bridge is simply full of parks and green spaces. Woodbine Park is just across the street, featuring a number of green spaces, paths and trails, as well as Woodbine Beach – the largest of the four beaches in the Beaches area of Toronto. Possibly the most popular beach in the city, Woodbine is constantly populated with playing children, sunbathers, barbecuers and volleyball players. A hotspot for holidays like Victoria Day or Canada Day, Woodbine is a hopping, active beach perfect for summer activities. And with constant lifeguards during the summer, it’s the perfect place for family fun days!
Between the green boardwalks of The Beaches and the red bricks of Leslieville, beyond the shores of Ashbridge’s Bay and the skyscrapers of downtown, lies Queen & Ashbridge; a unique icon in the heart of Coastal Queen East.
Queen Ash Bridge Condos (QA Condos) will be a 17 storey condominium, with a modern, rectangular, facade. Featuring a stepped-back shape, units all the way up the building will have terraces and balconies, providing stunning views of the lake and parklands nearby.
QA Condos Highlight
- Easy access to Lake Shore Blvd & DVP - Short walking distance from Woodbine Beach - Streetcar stop is at doorstep - Right across the street from the Scenic Allan Gardens - Short drive from Greenwood subway station - Transit Score of 89 out of 100
Context Development Context is a Toronto-based real estate developer, founded by President Howard Cohen. Since the 1970s, buyers have been moving further out of the downtown core of Toronto into the suburbs, but Howard Cohen was looking to buck that trend, and focus on building up, rather than out. Originally founded by Howard and Steven Gross in 1997, Context has been focusing on providing mixed-use, affordable housing in the downtown core of Toronto, and as a result, has been in large part responsible for the iconic skyline of the city we see today. Having built a number of high-profile projects like Library District in the Entertainment District, and Market Wharf, which sits next to the famous St. Lawrence Market, Context has built a portfolio of eye-catching condominiums that bring a densification, and rejuvenation to the Toronto downtown Core.
RioCan, meanwhile, is one of the most ubiquitous, trusted real estate firms in the GTA. Since it’s founding in 1993, they have been responsible for countless projects across North America. Largely known for its large portfolio of shopping centres and supermarkets, RioCan has begun to shift into the Toronto condominium market as well. With projects like the Yonge Eglinton Centre, a stunning example of mixed-use condominium and shopping, RioCan has shown its ability to examine market forces and provide projects that fit the needs of the neighbourhood.