A location that is as iconic and well established as it can get in the Toronto landscape. 545 Lake Shore Blvd has been home to Rogers Media for as long as Toronto residents can remember. The area has been in continuous redevelopment as condo buildings take over. The area has become highly desirable due to the ideal location at the edge of the core, and the beginning of the water front community.
Canderel Residential has secured a site in Downtown Toronto right in Batherst Quay. They plan to build brand-new, top-of-the-line condos right on the waterfront. This is a huge win for Canderel Residential because this is one of the most sought after sites in all of Toronto.
Ben Rogowski, Canderel’s Chief Operating Officer, makes a statement in a media release about the accusation of this ideal land, “545 Lake Shore and the urban lakeside community in which it is located offer our company yet another opportunity to bring positive change to one more iconic Toronto neighbourhood through distinctive design and smart urban planning,”
Surrounding this new site is everything anyone could want. To the south is Lake Ontario, the Western Channel, Toronto Islands, and Muggs Island. If you love nature, scenery, and parks, then this is the place for you. Some of the parks within walking distance are Little Norway Park, Ireland Park, Stadium Road Park, June Callwood Park, and Coronation Park Offleash Dog Park.
Just north on Bathurst, with the TTC line, the city truly begins. Situated just blocks from the Entertainment District, there is plenty to do around here. You can enjoy the nightlife scene at clubs like Redline Toronto, Renaissance Toronto Downtown Hotel, and Cache Lounge.
There is also a wide variety of restaurants including Hunters Landing, St. Louis Bar & Grill, and Thompson Diner. All of this within walking distance or a short ride using the numerous routes for public transit.
With up close and personal views of the islands right outside your front door, you may want to visit them often. The Jack Layton Ferry Terminal is just minutes from this location and offers rides to these islands on Ward’s Island Ferry, Centre Island Ferry, and Hanlans Point Ferry.