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Bellefair Kew Beach Residences

2000 Queen St E, Toronto ON, M4L1J2

Type: Boutique Condos
Avg/SF: $700
Number of Units: 28
Stories: 4
Built : 2015
Developer: Reserve Properties

The vibrant freestyle of Queen Street East and Kenilworth, the Lake and the Boardwalk, Lakehouse echoes the eclectic urban spirit of its surroundings. This intimate, boutique residence is home to remarkable, open concept living spaces ranging from 550 sq. ft. up to 1,880 sq. ft. with terraces, balconies, charming neighbourhood views and notable appointments. Without question, this is condominium living with a decidedly different point of view.

Adding a new contemporary language to The Beach, Lakehouse Beach Residences is settling into one of Toronto’s most established neighbourhoods.

 

Architecture studio RAW has created a striking yet intimate condominium that presents floating glass enclosures of increasing size one inside the other. Contemporary glass walls are surrounded by smaller elements of masonry brick and ipe wood that mimic the scale and character of The Beach neighbourhood.

 

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Listing information last updated on December 16, 2017

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