For many prospective homebuyers, Toronto’s Beach neighbourhood has a ‘maybe someday’ sentiment attached to it. The area is characterized by quaint cottages, and as of late, astronomically expensive infill homes. Opportunities for those who want to live along Queen Street East have been far and few between, but developer Marlin Spring is seeking to change that with the addition of WestBeach Condominiums.
Designed by Graziani & Corazza Architects, the 89-unit midrise will feature one bedroom, one bedroom plus den, two bedroom and two bedroom plus den layouts. An emphasis on outdoor living is reflected in the building’s terraced exterior and artful landscaping by NAK Design Strategies. Renowned interior design firm U31 will bring a contemporary urban aesthetic to the suites, which are priced from the high $200,000s.
The amenities at WestBeach Condominiums have been purposefully designed to create a relaxed, yet sociable atmosphere. Residents will enjoy the use of a pet spa, hobby room, fitness centre and party lounge with a dining room, catering kitchen and wet bar.
The Beach neighbourhood is noted for its abundance of parkland, one-of-a-kind boutiques, intimate bistros, yoga studios and juice bars. Plus, WestBeach Condominiums is only a stroll away from Ashbridges Bay Park, Woodbine Beach, Alliance Cinemas and the future Live Nation Concert Venue. The area is also well connected to transit, with the 301 and 501 Queen streetcar lines stopping just outside the building.
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