33 Development’s much anticipated 1001 Queen East will be celebrating the grand opening of its new on-site sales centre this weekend. The doors open at 10am sharp this Saturday until 5pm and from 12pm to 5pm on Sunday.

Located at 1001 Queen East, at the intersection of Queen Street East and Pape Avenue, prospective homebuyers will have the chance to experience the condominium amenity-rich neighbourhood dotted with shops, restaurants, recreational facilities and schools. Visitors to the sales centre will also have the opportunity to view a bathroom and kitchen vignette to get a closer look at the beautiful features and finishes available.


Standard finishes include natural stone countertops, porcelain tile backsplashes, Euro-style cabinets, and a premium Bosch appliance package consisting of a counter-depth stainless steel refrigerator, built-in wall oven, microwave, dishwasher, wine fridge and a built-in ‘smart’ espresso machine with Home Connect app. The contemporary style and high quality finishes continue in the spa-inspired bathrooms appointed with quartz countertops, designer porcelain tiles and luxurious walk-in showers.


Priced from the $800,000s, the limited collection of suites at 1001 Queen East were designed to be “life-sized” with large, open-concept living areas that make the most out of the space. The thoughtfully-designed layouts are ideal for all types of home buyers from young couples looking for room to grow to downsizing retirees who need living spaces that accommodate larger furniture.


Residents will have access to several in-house amenities like a fully-equipped gym, amenity room for entertaining, and a large balcony/terrace for outdoor leisure. Secured bike storage is also available, as well as an innovative, space-saving carousel parking system that moves vehicles horizontally and vertically and can get your car ready within 45 seconds.


Designed by Moote Architects, the six-storey mid-rise boasts a modern exterior design characterized by clean lines and expansive glazing. The design blends well within its urban surroundings as a result of its classic brick facade and neutral colour pallette. It also pays homage to the past by using cross laminated timber and engineered wood columns reminiscent of the century old post and beam architectural style.

Want to find out more about 1001 Queen East? Be sure to register online and visit the sales centre this Saturday at 10am sharp!

For more information, visit 1001queeneast.com.

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