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Designed by one of Toronto's finest architects, Peter Clewes, Pier 27 consists of two 12-storey slabs joined by a three-storey "bridge" that contains condos. If the pictures are any indication, the result will be a civic icon, a genuine landmark, gateway and framer of views. The language of glass and white steel also has a subtle nautical theme, obviously appropriate for the area which is located at 29 Queens Quay East & 39 Queens Quay East.

The first phase of 300 units is a futuristic design of two 12-storey towers connected by a large, three-storey rectangular bridge. The development will include 4,000-square-foot penthouse suites, ground-level patios and two-storey units with private elevators and direct quay access.

"It creates a gateway to the city and Pier 27 condos. This whole area was exactly that, it was the gateway to Toronto," said Sam Crignano of Cityzen Development and the project's head developer.

Every unit will have a large balcony or terrace, or both. Two-storey units will be set at the base of the buildings with doors to the quay and each with its own private elevator. Pier 27 will be a project that does indeed seamlessly link the magnificent outdoor setting with the interiors of the suites.
Pier 27 also offers the advantage of being built in the midst of a thriving waterfront community, adds Salvatore. Directly across Queen's Quay is a Loblaws, an LCBO outlet, restaurants and clubs. The site is directly connected with the Martin Goodman Trail, a popular route for joggers, cyclists and walkers.

You have the Queen's Quay TTC line at your doorstep, which connects directly with Union Station, the hub for rail and the University and Yonge Street subway lines. The Air Canada Centre, the business district and the pleasures that Harbourfront offers are minutes away by foot.
Pier 27 condos will also offer residents extensive indoor and outdoor recreational facilities, including an outdoor pool and cabanas with views of the lake and the islands, indoor lap pool, complete spa, a round-the-clock concierge and valet parking to whisk the vehicles of residents and guests alike to the underground parking garage.This is waterfront living as it should have been from the start.


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29 Queens Quay East Condos for Sale
Toronto, $3,047,000
Beds: 2 + 1, Baths: 3
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