The Queensway Park
Etobicoke
Starting From Mid $200's
Tentative occupancy  2020
Location. Style. And being part of the next great thing.

In a hidden gem of a neighbourhood,
Urban Capital and Rosewater offer the ultimate
in urban style and parkside living

Location Queensway Village, Etobicoke. Project Description Mixed use condominium development. Size/Program 172 residential units, retail at grade. Architecture & Interior Design RAW Architects, Toronto. Status Sales starting Spring 2017

It’s a neighbourhood of richly treed streets, excellent schools and a 3.1 hectare park. Perfectly located between Toronto’s western suburbs and downtown hub, it also has an eclectic mix of stores, restaurants and services that are only a taste of what’s to come. And at the heart of it all will be a decidedly urban and sophisticated development – Queensway Park.

Named after the park that borders it to the north – a community hub that includes a kids play area, playing fields and spaces to simply unwind – Queensway Park brings Urban Capital and Rosewater’s signature downtown style, keen eye for what’s next, and commitment to good development to the new Queensway Village, a budding retail strip that is today being transformed into a pedestrian-oriented main street with an increasingly residential vibe.

Building Features

A 9-storey urban chic boutique midrise with 170 suites in south etobicoke by the queensway and royal york road _clean modern design perfectly integrated with one of etobicoke’s largest green spaces, the queensway park _backing on a 3.1 hectare park fully equipped with baseball diamonds, tennis courts, skate trails, and quiet spaces _18,000sqf. of retail space with patios & terraces transforming the area to a tree-lined pedestrian-friendly boulevard _double row of red maples will connect the street and park with extra wide links creating a central gathering place _electric charging stations and car share parking spaces available 

Suite Features 

Exposed concrete ceilings with 10’ ceilings on the 2nd, 7th, & 8th floor and 9’ ceilings on the 3rd to 6th & 9th floor _wide plank laminate flooring throughout suite _open concept kitchens with built in pantries (for models C and higher) and free island with all suites _electrical outlets on all balconies/terraces, gas and water lines on terraces 

Amenities

1,100sqf. fitness facility to stay in shape with state of the art weight and cardio machines, and free weights _product library to borrow tools and equipment too bulky to purchase and store yourself _hobby and craft room to unwind and bring out your creative side _pet cleaning station in the underground level to clean your animal companion _shared lounge/party room fully equipped with wet bar, dining area, lounge and pool table _exterior lounges on an outdoor terrace with fire pit, BBQ’s, and prep and dining areas _6’x4’ garden plots available for your urban garden _kid’s playroom to keep the little ones occupied

The Location

  • Overlook Lambton Park and the graceful Humber River 
  • Steps to Royal York Subway Station
  • Short Drive to High Park 
  • 7 minutes to The Gardiner Express Way 
  • Close to Humbertown Shopping Centre

The Queensway Park Condos Highlight:


  • Close to major super market
  • TTC Stop and Public Transit
  • Short drive distance to the Lambton Park
  • Close to the shopping and entertainment.

  • The Queensway Park Condos has a Walk Score of 82 out of 100. 
  • Tranist Score 61 out of 100.
  • This location is in the Stonegate-Queensway neighborhood in Toronto. 
  • Nearby parks include Queensway Park, Winslow Dalesford Park and Grand Avenue Park.
  • Address: 784 The Queensway , Toronto
    Developer: Urban Capital Property Group, Rosewater Capital Group
    Architect: RAW Design
    Landscape architect: PMA Landscape Architects
    Category: Condo, Retail
    Status: Pre-Construction
    Number of buildings: 1
    Height: 117 ft
    Storeys: 9
    Number of units: 172

DEVELOPER

Urban Capital Property Group

Founded in 1996, Toronto-based Urban Capital has a somewhat smaller presence on the market. However, it nonetheless has an impact on the city, with a number of innovative and architecturally significant projects underway. After initially entering the real estate market with a number of adaptive reuse projects—the first of which was the formerly industrial Camden Lofts—Urban Capital has in recent years become a more conspicuous presence in the city.

Perhaps the most recognizable of the company’s current projects is the master-planned River City community. Set to feature four distinctly-designed buildings—the first two of which are now complete—the River City neighbourhood is quickly becoming a destination. Located just west of the Don Valley at the edge of Corktown, the project is designed to make a strong architectural statement on the surrounding area, with buildings that can hardly be mistaken for “some condos.”

The under-construction River City 3 could be one of the city’s most iconic new buildings, with an aggressively staggered balcony pattern emerging from the two-toned 29-storey tower. The playful and slightly edgy Saucier + Perrotte architecture is set to be complemented by Urban Capital’s upcoming Emma Park, which will bring a bone-shaped dog park to the area.

Near Queen and University, Urban Capital’s Smart House condo is a venture into micro-living, with miniscule units outfitted with Murphy beds and foldable furniture. Though the project has its critics—no matter the creative adjectives used to describe them, the units are extremely small—Urban Capital is open to taking some risks that bigger developers are often adverse to, which helps to bring new ideas to the market.


784 The Queensway , Etobicoke

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