COMING THIS SPRING! A NEW LEADING LIGHT AT TORONTO’S WATERFRONT

Lighthouse East Tower – The newest opportunity to live at
Daniels Waterfront – City of the Arts

SUITES FROM THE $300,000

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TORONTO’S FIRST OFFICE CONDOMINIUM AT THE WATERFRONT

130 QQE is the first office condominium at the waterfront. This is an incredible opportunity to get in on the ground floor of one of the fastest-growing commercial real estate ownership opportunities today.

NOW ON SALE OFFICE CONDOS FROM THE $400S

OCCUPANCY SUMMER 2018.

 
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DANIELS WATERFRONT – CITY OF THE ARTS

A visionary, master-planned, mixed-use community at Toronto’s East Bayfront. Surrounded by creativity, inspired by art and culture, driven by innovation.

 

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THE NEW SIBLING FOR CANADA'S SUGAR BEACH

A visionary, master-planned, mixed-use community at Toronto’s East Bayfront. Surrounded by creativity, inspired by art and culture, driven by innovation.

 

A YARD YOU'LL NEVER OUTGROW

At the heart of Daniels Waterfront – City of the Arts is The Yard, an animated, outdoor living room, designed for cultural events, shopping, dining, or savouring a café latte, cobblestone-side.

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Introducing Lighthouse East Tower, the newest addition to the successful Daniels Waterfront – City of the Arts. With sweeping forever views of the lake and the city, the 36-storey tower is more than just a residence for the discerning urbanite, it’s an iconic landmark on the emerging East Bayfront skyline.

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3 + 6 =

Among Canada’s premier home builders, the award winning Daniels Corporation has over 30 years of experience and 25,000 houses and condo apartments in its portfolio

  • Panoramic views of Lake Ontario and the downtown Toronto skyline
  • 16 mins to Union Station and the Union Pearson Express. Mere 9 minute walk to the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal
  • New phase in a 55 acre master planned community, which will introduce 6,000 new residential units and 8,000 jobs to the neighbourhood, along with nearly 700,000 square feet of retail, restaurants, offices and post-secondary space
  • Steps to Sugar Beach and George Brown College’s Waterfront Campus
    The Financial District and Billy Bishop City Airport are a 12 and 40 minute transit ride
  • The Queen’s Quay waterfront cycling and jogging path is around the corner
  • Top-notch amenities: full-sized tennis court, community gardens, fitness centre, arts and music studios, home theatre and outdoor cocktail pool with BBQ area. Gardiner Expressway is close by.

Location:

13 Richardson Street, Toronto, ON

Starting Price:

$300,000

Completion Date:

Mid 2020

Our Rating:

Hot Buy

Status:

Launching April/May, 2017

# of Storeys:

36

# of Units:

300

Builder (s)

The Daniels Corporation

Walk Score 

93/100

Architect(s)

Giannone Petricone Associates Inc.

THE DEVELOPER


Getting to the Heart of Homebuilding.
The Daniels Corporation builds with a passion for creating vibrant communities in every sense of the word. Daniels looks beyond the bricks and mortar, including social, cultural and economic infrastructures that will create a unique sense of place. This commitment has been an integral part of Daniels’ corporate philosophy for over 34 years. Daniels has built more than 27,000 award-winning homes and apartments, master-planned mixed-use communities, and commercial and retail spaces, and has earned its standing as one of Canada’s largest and preeminent builder/developers. Company founder John H. Daniels is a towering figure of the North American real estate industry. In a career that has spanned over 50 years, the former Chairman and CEO of Cadillac Fairview Development Corporation has left an indelible mark on the quality of the places in which people live, work, play, create and shop. Over the course of his career Mr. Daniels played a key role in the development of Canadian landmarks such as Toronto’s Eaton Centre and Toronto-Dominion Centre, the 4,700 acre Erin Mills community in Mississauga and the brownfields reclamation of the Goodyear Tire Plant in Etobicoke.