Qube Condos’ Etobicoke neighbourhood is anything but inside the box. Situated at Royal York Road and The Queensway, the eight-storey boutique building from First Avenue Properties will put residents close to a plethora of unique arts and cultural activities for the young and the young at heart.
Just a few minutes drive away from Qube at 2422 Lake Shore Boulevard West is Lakeshore Arts. The local arts organization doubles as a non-profit and has been a staple of the local Etobicoke neighbourhood for 18 years now. Its mission is to enhance the community through arts and culture.
Children can get creative and hone their artistic skills by attending one of the Lakeshore Arts’ many year-round programs and events. Adults won’t be feeling left out either as a number of classes, such as the drop-in figure drawing, caters to all ages. Lakeshore Arts also hosts charity events and fundraisers aimed at helping the underprivataglled. The organization is run by a team of passionate and dedicated members of the community and is always looking for new volunteers to join in the effort.
At the Kingsway Conservatory of Music (KCM), the faculty of trained music professionals will be completely at your disposal. Whether you’re looking to learn guitar, classic piano or even fine-tune your singing voice, the award winning music school will be close by at 2848 Bloor Street West. The KCM also organizes a summer camp for kids as well as special concert and musical events for members of the community.
Prospective residents at Qube will likely cross paths with The Assembly Hall. The City of Toronto community cultural centre is located at 1 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive and is the venue for a multitude of arts, heritage and community events. A restored century-old building, The Assembly Hall comes with modern amenities and is a beautiful landmark in the neighbourhood.
Those who plan to nab a suite in First Avenue’s boutique condo will find no shortage of exciting events nearby. From local fashion shows to all ages tango lessons and family fun days, the roster of activities in the area is endless.
An array of retail shops, cafes and restaurants will also be easily accessible. When choosing to stay in, you can take advantage of the building’s on-site amenities, which include an exercise room, rooftop terrace and party room.
Need to commute downtown? The GO station is minutes away, and there’s a bus that travels up Royal York Road to the TTC’s Bloor subway line.
Prices for available suites start from $269,900 and units range in size from 625 to 1,034 square feet.
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