Reina Condos is located at 689 The Queensway, Toronto and is a new condo project developed by Urban Capital and Spotlight Development.
The prices of Reina Condos start from $400’s.
It is expected to close in 2024. Architects are finished by Quadrangle Architects Ltd. The deposit is about 20% of the total price.
Reina Condos has 9 floors and 200 units.
|Project Name||Reina Condos|
|Address||689 The Queensway|
|Developer||Urban Capital & Spotlight Development|
|Units & Storeys||200 units with 9 storeys|
It has 200 units, 5,000 square feet of indoor facilities and 6,500 square feet of outdoor courtyard. The second floor provides public storage space for baby strollers. There is a communal kitchen so that families can hold large party.
The TTC bus is right next to the front door of Reina Condos, and the Gardiner Expressway and Westlake Avenue are directly south of Reina Condos. Highway 427 and QEW enable residents to seamlessly connect in Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area.
- Restaurants, No Frills, banks, boutique shops, entertainment options, post office, drug stores
- George R Gauld Junior School, Karen Kain and the Etobicoke School of the Arts
- Mimico GO Station
- Highway 427, QEW and Gardiner Expressway
Queensway is an exciting and lively area in Etobicoke. This community provides workplaces for many local industrial sites. Many young and growing families have flocked to the area. The convenience of this address proves that the area is a very walkable community. Residents of Reina Condos will have everything they need within walking distance. Reina Condos is adjacent to the Humber River, the lakeshore, many parks and open green spaces, and is the best choice for residents.
In terms of transportation, the area is also very convenient. Professionals will love the easy commute to work and enjoy the crazy life outside of downtown Toronto. Passengers can reach Union Station via TTC in 44 minutes, while it takes only 14 minutes by GO Transit. Residents can quickly visit downtown Toronto in just 19 minutes. Highway 427, the QEW and the nearby Gardiner highway complete the travel options in the area.