Queen & Ashbridge Condos is a new mixed-use development coming soon to Queen Street East and Coxwell Avenue. Developed by Context and RioCan Living, the project is situated between Leslieville and The Beaches, in an area the developers are calling “Coastal Queen East.”

As part of the Don Summerville Apartments redevelopment, the community will consist of new apartments, condo suites and retail spaces. Designed by Teeple Architects, the condominium features an eight-storey, brick-faced structure facing Queen Street East and a 17-storey, pyramid-shaped tower with lake, park and downtown Toronto skyline views.


Lush outdoor spaces are also found within the development with plans for courtyards, landscaped walkways, and patios with shady trees and vibrant flower gardens. Sheltered from the hustle and bustle of the city, the sun-drenched, south-facing ‘Urban Forest’ offers residents opportunities for self-reflection, lounging, or honing their green thumbs in the garden plots.


Indoor amenities include a hotel-inspired lobby called the Bridge Lounge that comes complete with an eye-catching reception desk, sculptural hand-crafted furniture and locally-sourced stone embellishments. The Coast Club is a two-storey, 5,000-square-foot fitness centre fully equipped with cardio machines, strength training zones, and dedicated yoga and spin studios. Spa-like change rooms offer steam rooms for post-workout relaxation.


Those who work remotely will appreciate the Woodbine Coworking Space, a double-height common area with towering windows designed to accentuate streetscape views and draw in ample daylight.


Available suites range in size from 415 to 1,987 square feet and boast lake or city views, balconies or terraces, and designer-selected finish palettes curated by Mason Studio. Drawing inspiration from its surroundings, each suite comes appointed with warm woods and neutral stones, from the porcelain backsplashes to the custom-designed cabinetry. Nine-foot ceilings and large windows create spacious living areas with abundant natural light, while gourmet kitchens are lined with two-toned cabinets, under-cabinet lighting and quartz countertops.


Residents will enjoy an amenity-rich neighbourhood with tree-lined streets and boutique shops, cafes, restaurants and bars. Public transportation is easily accessible with the 501 streetcar right at the community’s doorstep, making it ideal for commuters.


A peaceful stroll down Coxwell Avenue finds you at Woodbine Park, a sprawling greenspace popular for outdoor events and activities. A little farther south is Ashbridges Bay, home to the Toronto Hydroplane & Sailing Club and the Ashbridges Bay Yacht Club. The sandy shores of Woodbine Beach are also nearby, offering a picturesque boardwalk, and swimming beach, volleyball courts and picnic spots.

To learn more about Queen & Ashbridge Condos, register online at or call 416 699 5005 to book an appointment to visit the presentation gallery.

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