545 Lake Shore Condos By Canderel On Toronto’s West End Waterfront
545 Lake Shore Condos is a new condos, office and retail development located at Bathurst and Lake Shore West In Toronto. Developed by Canderel. One of Canada’s leading real estate development companies. The Project Will included residential units , office space, and retail space, the Loblaw supermarket will be Step Away. as well as lots amenity spaces.This location will offer the ultimate in Toronto waterfront living all at your doorstep.
545 Lake Shore Condos Highlights:
- Step to the 50,000 square foot Loblaw’s flagship Store
- Amazing Lake View
- Access to Public Parks
- Easy Access to the Porter Airport
- Close to Union Station
- Public Transporation Close By.
Directly across the street, residents will enjoy the new state-of-the-art 50,000 square foot Loblaw’s flagship supermarket. As well, an 11,000 square ft. restaurant, offices and 87,000 square feet of additional retail will be located in the restored heritage property. The City of Toronto and Waterfront Toronto have completed development projects in the west end such as the new Fort York public library. Ongoing projects by The City of Toronto and Waterfront Toronto include the Fort York Pedestrian Bridge, parks, Project: Under Gardiner, and the exciting new Ontario Place revitalization.
Canderel has built a reputation of building world-class communities across Toronto including pioneering the development of the King West neighborhood with Massey Harris Lofts, DNA1 and 2 and DNA 3. The College Park neighbourhood was reborn through Canderel Residential’s building of The Residences of College Park 1 and 2, the purchase of 777 Bay Street, the completion of Canada’s Tallest Condominium, Aura at College Park, YC Condos at Yonge and College, and the revitalization of the Barbara Ann Scott Park at College Park.
545 Lake Shore Condos has the walk Score is 88 out of 100, Transit Score is 92 out of 100. This location is in the Waterfront Communities-The Island neighborhood in Toronto. Nearby parks include Little Norway Park, Toronto Music Garden and Waterfront Children’s Garden.