1630 Queen Developments Limited, ground floor retail space in The Beach. The Property is located at the base of the currently under-construction WestBeach Condominium. The Property provides users and investors with an opportunity to acquire brand new, transit connected right-sized space.
1624-1630 Queen Street East retail comprises of 5,865 sq. ft. of prime retail space under a brand new 6 storey condominium building constructed by Marlin Springs. Located on the northeast corner of Queen Street East and Coxwell, this new development sits in the heart of The Beaches neighbourhood. Located less than 3km away, Woodbine Beach and Ashbridges Bay are two popular summer spots where Toronto residents and tourists frequently father for outdoor activities, firework displays and other community events.
BRAND NEW DEVELOPMENT
Currently under construction, Westbeach Condos is a boutique mid-rise 6 storey mixed-use building with 88 residential units designed by ICON Architects Inc
Conveniently located, WestBeach is near accessible public transportation with the Queen streetcar running directly in front with a stop within 30 seconds. Allowing one to get to the downtown core in 30 minutes.
With over 95 ft. fronting onto Queen Street East this property has amazing exposure
PROXIMITY TO THE BEACH
Located in the Beach neighbourhood, one of Toronto’s most sought after neighbourhoods known for it’s smalltown feel and retail strip of local cafes, restaurants and independent retailers.
The Beaches is a popular residential neighbourhood in the east end of the city known for its strong sense of community, relaxed smalltown feel and unique charm. It is an in demand neighbourhood for families given its proximity to downtown and scenic lake-front location, accompanied by a 3km boardwalk. Queen Street East is the main retail strip of The Beaches that consists of more than 300 businesses.
The street is dominated by familyoriented independent shops and restaurants, intimate bistros, ice cream parlours and serviceoriented shops. The area experiences an influx of visitors in the summer months when residents from all over the city gather to the area to swim, sun bathe, play beach volleyball and to enjoy the outdoors. Various events such as Woofstock and the Beaches International Jazz Fest draws hundreds of thousands of visitors to the neighbourhood each year