263 Queens Quay E, Toronto, ON
Aqualuna at Bayside is the most distinguished addition to Toronto’s exclusive lakefront neighbourhood. Its unique amber tone and waves-inspired exteriors are visually stunning and elegant. Located at the fringes of Toronto’s old downtown, Bayfront is rich in culture, nature and architecture as it is the centre of gourmet restaurants, boutique shops and fresh produce where weekends are known for its farmers market and food festivals. The flat terrain of its surrounding lanes and parks is perfect for biking and easy hikes. Aqualuna is the ultimate city home.
The building truly embraced its waves, from its cascading height – 14 floors at both ends and dipping down to 7 floors in the middle, to the rippling balconies that wrap the entire edifice. Each of its 227 units will include a private balcony and breathtaking views of the waterfront. Its spacious units range from 500 to 2,600 square feet, with 139 one-bedroom and den, 82 two-bedroom and den and 6 three-bedroom and den suites. The Waves at Bayside is a mix retail-use development with over 30,000 square feet earmarked for retail space.
Aqualuna comes with a host of luxurious amenities and facilities. Extensive outdoor space is provided for its residents to enjoy. A community garden where everyone can have their own pocket garden will be featured on the 11th floor, while the 14th floor will showcase an outdoor pool, patio and a spacious lounge area.
Building Details at a Glance:
Name: Aqualuna The Waves at Bayside
Address: 263 Queens Quay E, Toronto, ON
Year Built: Pre-Construction
Builder: Tridel and Hines
Number of Storeys: 14
Number of Units: 227
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