Homes in East Bayfront
Aqualina at Bayside Toronto is the first residential phase of Bayside Toronto, a 13-acre mixed-use development. Designed by world-renowned architects, Arquitectonica, the 13-story Aqualina at Bayside Toronto contains 363 condominium suites, ranging from one-bedroom to three-bedroom residences designed with families in mind. Suite sizes will range from 560 square feet (52m²) to just over 2,100 square feet (195m²).
Aqualina at Bayside Toronto is defined by a series of distinctive prismatic cubes made of glass and steel, featuring facades accented by angled fenestration and balcony designs intended to maximize views of the Toronto cityscape and lake. The condominium’s interior public spaces and amenity areas will be designed by the award-winning Canadian firm of II BY IV Design Associates. Landscape design will be led by West 8 + DTAH, the award-winning team also responsible for the design of East Bayfront’s public realm including the streetscapes, water’s edge promenade and boardwalk. Aqualina at Bayside Toronto will pursue a LEED® Platinum designation and will be part of Toronto’s first LEED-ND Gold neighborhood.
For more information visit the website: http://www.tridel.com/communities/aqualina-bayside-condos/
The Monde development located north of Queens Quay, just east of Sherbourne Common is the first private sector development in East Bayfront. Developed by Great Gulf Group of Companies this condominium will be designed by renowned architect Moshe Safdie. Monde is a mixed-use development featuring residential, retail, office/employment and institutional uses with impressive views of Lake Ontario.
For more information visit the website http://greatgulf.com/
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