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Some might travel to a resort for access to the kind of amenities that Heartwood — The Beach has in its own backyard.

The luxurious mid-rise development by Fieldgate Urban and Hullmark Developments is located in the heart of The Beach, a desirable shoreside neighbourhood just to the east of Toronto’s downtown core.

With its prime location, Heartwood – The Beach provides a rare chance to call this exclusive area home with a limited collection of 37 large luxury suites at 1884 Queen Street East.

Three of the city’s top beaches lie directly south of Heartwood: Woodbine, Kew and Balmy. Several kilometres of boardwalk link them, with Woodbine being the biggest draw of them all for sun seekers — and the perfect spot for a game of pickup volleyball.

A short stroll to the east and the crowds gradually thin out from Kew Beach to Balmy Beach, providing a relaxing backdrop for an idyllic day spent digging your toes in the sand. Kew Beach is hardly sleepy, though. Just to its north lies Kew Gardens, a bustling 6.5-hectare park with a tennis club, baseball diamond, playground and even a bandstand for live shows.

Beyond all these outdoor attractions, The Beach has everything you’d expect from a community off Queen Street, and the neighbourhood is known for its trendy shops, cafes, galleries and clubs. Dufflet Pastries, Touti Gelati and Brick Street Bakery are just a few of the boutique businesses in the area.

With an average area of 1,100 sq. ft., Heartwood’s 14 floorplans boast exposed CLT-wood ceilings and feature walls, generous balconies and terraces, and provide a rare opportunity for spacious boutique living in The Beach neighbourhood. Prices at this unique development from Fieldgate Urban and Hullmark Developments range from the mid-$600s to over $1 million.

For more information about Heartwood — The Beach, visit heartwoodthebeach.com, call 416 315 3681 or swing by the sales centre at 1919 Queen Street East from 12pm to 6pm Monday to Wednesday, weekends from 1pm to 5pm, or by appointment Thursday and Friday.

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