471 Queen Street East Condos471 Queen Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada
A mid-rise condominium building is coming along Queen Street East in Downtown Toronto. 471 Queen Street East Condos is a preconstruction condo development by Lamb Development Corp. It consists 15 storeys and 143 residential units. A mixed-use retail store will be available on ground floor.
471 Queen Street East Condos Highlights:
- Close to the future google smart city site
- Close to the 18 ace urban park
- Short drive to the DVP
- Short Distance to Ryerson University, UofT, and George Brown College (St. James Campus)
- Close to Eaton Centre
- Multiple TTC bus and streetcar stops at doorstep
- 5 minutes from Gardiner Expressway/DVP/QEW
- Walking distance to almost everything (Sobeys, Tim Hortons, Subway, Wendys, major banks, Shoppers Drug Mart and more)
- Close to Distillery District, St. Lawrence Market, Air Canada Centre, TIFF Bell Lightbox, Roy Thompson Hall, AGO, CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium and more
Top Reasons to Invest in 471 Queen Street East Condos
Take a walk down to the St. Lawrence Market, hang out in the Distillery Historic District, or take a short stroll north to the Rosedale Ravine and Riverdale Park. See a show at the Phoenix, or just across the bridge at the Opera House, and many other classic Toronto live music spaces. Exercise at Regent Park Aquatic Centre, Regent Park South Ice Rink.
Over the past ten years, Regent Park has become a hot spot for revitalization and redevelopment. Old unused spaces make way for mixed-use towers with exciting retail and offices on ground floors and spacious, stylish apartments and condos above. With Farmer’s Markets in the summer, and parks with soccer fields, and community gardens, Regent Park is a master-class in the way that urban development can mix existing structures with new development, all while maintaining character and a sense of community.
From your front door, take the Queen Streetcar west further into the downtown to connect to the TTC Subway lines, or east out to East Chinatown, Leslieville and the Beaches. Other nearby Streetcars also available, providing a wealth of choice for streetcar commutes.
Just to the east of Regent Park is the Don Valley Parkway, one of the most travelled highways in the city, nestled within the City’s distinctive ravine system. The “DVP” connects with most of Toronto’s major highways like the 401, the 400, and the 404 which tie together and go their separate ways across the GTA, reaching the eastern region of Durham and beyond to communities like Kingston, and Peterborough, further west with Peel Region and Halton, as well as Hamilton and the rest of Southern Ontario, and also up north to Barrie and the “cottage country” of the Muskoka region.
Average selling price of pre-construction condos in Toronto is at a healthy high $400K range, meaning that despite all the existing developments, the hunger for new properties is alive and well and now is still an excellent time to invest in the projects throughout Downtown.
With Ryerson University continuing to expand in the west, the neighbourhood is expected to see a continuing rise of students and young professionals looking for short commutes and happening neighbourhoods. And with all the accolades of this sometimes-forgotten neighbourhood, we expect to see prices in this area steadily rise over the next few decades.
471 Queen Street East Condos Property Details
Lamb Development Corp
Architect(s): A & Architects
Building Type: Condominium
Building Status: Pre-construction
Selling Status: Planning
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