The highly anticipated reconstruction of the LCBO Headquarters on Queens Quay will boast a total of 6 towers in the completion of the new community called Sugar Wharf.Developed by Menkes Development and designed by architectsAlliance, this community named in unison with the Redpath Sugar Factory located across the street and the popular nearby attraction; Sugar Beach, is set to be the sweetest addition to Toronto’s Lower Yonge Precinct Area.Don’t miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity to reap the rewards of living on Lake Ontario with spectacular views of the city's waterfront and harbour. Phase 1: Two residential towers will rise at 95 Lakeshore Blvd. This phase will include a new 25-storey LCBO headquarters office tower, a park, and a new low-rise retail building.Phase 2: Three residential towers set to rise from a retail podium, also housing a public school.
Living on Lake Shore Street EastLocated just east of Yonge St. and Lakeshore Blvd E. this area is coming into its own. This strip of Lakeshore, formally known for its majestic harbour and industrial flair is now on its way to adding a buzzing residential and retail hub to its resume. This architectural blueprint will be anchored by the rebuild of the LCBO headquarter and storefront as well as thousands of retail/commercial space. Not to mention, the complex will be connected through an extension of Toronto’s PATH, the largest underground pedestrian-only retail path in the world.Transit OptionsBoasting a walk score of 95/100, 15-minutes on foot will get you to Union Subway Station and the Go Transit. At your doorstep, the 75 Sherbourne bus will take you to the Bloor- Danforth subway line in under 20 minutes and the 504 King Streetcar runs 24 hours-a-day, 7 days a week. Additional nearby transportation: Via Rail and the Up Express to Pearson International Airport. For driving in and out of the city along Lakeshore Boulevard East, the Jarvis on/off ramp via the Gardiner Express Way is conveniently a few meters from home.George Brown College students will enjoy short walks to both the Waterfront and King street campuses and by using effortless TTC routes, Ryerson and U of T students can be at school in just under 20 minutes.
Great Investment OpportunityAccording to the Toronto Region Board of Trade, it's all about the journey to work for the Toronto region's young professionals. 76 per cent of those surveyed said their daily commute is one of the top three considerations when looking for a place to live.Sugar Wharf Complex: Wealth of Employment Opportunites:-5.7 Million sq ft. of new office space now under construction in the area.-200,000 workers in the Financial District located just 8 minutes away from Sugar Wharf Condos.-40,000 New jobs generated by the Toronto Waterfront transformation.This is your chance to invest in a property created to add to the landscape of new developments under the Lower Yonge Precinct Plan (this planning project created to address the significant population growth expected for the area will attract a diverse audience).With upcoming schooling, retail, restaurant, and employment opportunities in the Lower Yonge Precinct Area, this project is Menkes’ most widely attractive condo yet!
Area AmenitiesSchoolsGeorge Brown CollegeMarket Lane Junior and Senior Public SchoolSt. Michael’s Catholic SchoolAveda InstituteCMU College of Makeup Art & DesignRyerson UniversityUniversity of TorontoParks – Harbors - BeachesSherbourne CommonSugar Beach ParkDavid Crombie ParkBerczy ParkCherry BeachSugar BeachEntertainment & EateriesWater’s Edge PromenadeThe Young People’s TheatreMarket Square CinemaAir Canada CentreThe Eaton CentreMarket lane Community CentreSt. Lawrence LibraryLoblawsAgainst The Grain RestaurantMoxie's grillSt. Lawrence MarketLCBO