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Posted: Thursday, October 5, 2017 12:03 PM

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Lakeside condominiums presented by The Greenland Group at 215 Lake Shore Blvd East, Lake Shore Boulevard East and Lower Sherbourne Street in Toronto's growing East Bayfront area. The former FedEx Lands site.

Residential buildings designed by Hariri Pontarini Architects. There are three towers of 14, 39, and 49 storeys. The project would include 20,000 square feet of retail at grade, and 1,148 residential units in the buildings above.

Wrapping around the 39-storey tower at ground level would be a landscaped pedestrian zone designed by Janet Rosenberg + Studio. The L-shaped space includes a free-form space frame by Hariri Pontarini climbing as high as 25 metres, while a sleeted galleria would connect the area to Sherbourne Street. Vehicular access would be from a new private north-south street to the west of the buildings.

Below ground, 4 levels of parking would have storage for 650 cars and 1,768 bicycles. Amenities would be located on the second floor of the 14 and 39-storey towers, and on the 14th and 15th of the 49-storey tower atop its podium.

It is only few steps from Lakeside Condos to the St. Lawrence Market, Sugar Beach, Sherbourne Common Park, Loblaws grocery store, George Brown College and countless shops, cafes, restaurants, bars and entertainment destinations. For transportation, it is a walking distance to Union Station, Toronto’s transit hub with access to the TTC subway, GO Transit, Via Rail, and the UP Express to Pearson International Airport.

VIP sales event is coming soon. To be first in line to have your own suite, register now at newcondos @ yahoo.com.

For more information, call
Dennis Ng, Sales Representative
Tradwworld Realty Inc., Brokerage
Cell: 416-318-7653

www.torontohomesweb.com

• Location: Lake Shore/Sherbourne, Toronto

• Post ID: 90047652 toronto
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