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90 Stadium Road #305

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Property Style: Condo

Sq Ft: 593 sq ft

Parking: Yes

Taxes: $2236.31 (2021)

Condo Fees: $609.40

Inclusions: A/C, Heat, Water

Offer Date: Anytime

Side Represented: Seller

Locker : Yes

Sold Listing Price: $650,000

A sunny oasis with courtyard views

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Lush greenspace, sailboats in Lake Ontario, and dogs playing in the park surround this 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom unit at 90 Stadium Road. A peaceful retreat that feels like you’re secluded from the hustle and bustle of the big city, while only being a short walk away from all of the errands you could imagine. 

Upon walking into this open-concept floor plan, you’ll notice how bright the space is with light pouring in through the large floor-to-ceiling windows. The kitchen is spacious and modern with granite countertops, a built-in island, tons of cabinetry, and stainless steel appliances. This area is ideal for hosting parties for friends and family. All you have to do now is make sure you catch the beautiful sunset from the balcony to end the night. 

The bedroom is comfortably sized with a large double closest and sliding doors for privacy. Down the hall, you also have a modern, 4-piece bathroom and a laundry area with lots of additional storage. 

This neighbourhood is made for the outdoor lover. You’re right across the street from Coronation Park with bike and walking trails that connect you along Toronto’s Lakeshore. Take a stroll down the adjacent Marina and admire all the beautiful sailboats docking for the night. You’ll never want to leave.

 About the Building 

Quay West condominiums, located just off Queens Quay West on Stadium Road, are as close to the water as you can get. Quay West, which is located directly behind the popular Tip Top Lofts, combines contemporary design styles with nautical inspirations to create a naturally modern lakeside feeling.

Spa and fitness facilities, theatre and party rooms, a 24-hour concierge, car wash and fully furnished guest suites are among the building’s amenities. Residents will have a backyard that looks directly onto the lake, with a Water Front Trail leading from your backyard around the lake into Coronation Park. It’s a lovely and unique feature for downtown condo living that should not be overlooked.

While still close to the excitement of King Street West and Liberty Village, Quay West is much more secluded and quaint than many other downtown Toronto condos, with an almost cottagey vibe. Every day, the cool fresh smell of the lake will greet you right beside it. If you like that kind of thing but still want a ‘downtown’ condo, Quay West is a great place to look.

5 Things We Love

  1. The views – The west-facing views overlook the courtyard and are perfect for watching the sunset while sipping an evening drink on the balcony.
  2. The bliss – Quiet and relaxing. You will forget you’re in the middle of a bustling city. 
  3. The natural light – Floor-to-ceiling windows brighten up the entire space, leaving you feeling energized throughout the day.
  4. The modern kitchen – Granite countertops, an island/breakfast bar, and plenty of kitchen storage are just a few of the things we love about this space.
  5. The location – You’re right across the street from Coronation Park & Marina. Enjoy the bike trails, green space for summer picnics, and dog parks as you watch the sailboats floating in Lake Ontario. 

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About Niagara

Niagara sits west of Downtown West and Niagara Street runs, more or less, right through the centre of the neighbourhood – between Queen and Wellington – and is a nod to the former military capital of Upper Canada. In terms of geography, Niagara shares the Bathurst border of Toronto’s bustling and super-trendy Fashion District touches on the vibrancy of Queen Street (north), Shaw Street (west) and Wellington (south). It is an eclectic mix of residential, commercial, and industrial, space.

In recent years the area has seen a decrease in industrial use as more homes and new builds have become the focus. Most of the former industrial area has been replaced with contemporary condo developments and townhouses. Residents have convenient access to major roads and public transportation and are also beautifully situated close to running routes, parks (Stanley Park), grocery stores, Shoppers Drug Mart and the LCBO. In warmer temperatures, locals are lucky enough to also be an arm’s reach to Toronto’s historic Fort York. There, many music festivals and concerts are thrown every summer attracting some of the best social events of the season.

Niagara is also becoming more of a family-friendly neighbourhood. Residents who moved from smaller condos, say for example in Liberty Village, to larger spaces ended up finding innovative ways to make their new spaces work for a growing family. Local schools such as St.Mary Catholic School and Niagara Street Junior Public School, offer education for children from kindergarten to grade 8. While, proximity to some of Toronto’s most culturally rich areas of the city provide excellent opportunities for family adventures, lunches, and walks. Niagara is an area of the city that continues to evolve, grow, and mature with its increasing population.

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