EVERYTHING WITHIN REACH
Quay House was made for a new generation of Torontonians that are looking for an escape from the downtown core but aren’t prepared to wander too far. Employment, education and recreation opportunities are all at Quay House’s doorstep in one of the fastest-growing neighbourhoods of the city — and those who chase innovation and opportunity will follow.
AN INDUSTRIAL PAST.
A FUTURE DEFINED BY INNOVATION.
Queens Quay East is undaunted by its gritty reputation. Its industrial roots are just one part of what makes this area unique — but that doesn’t mean the eastern waterfront is content with being the city’s afterthought. Queens Quay East is on the cusp of a new beginning — one that will challenge innovation and focus on personal wellness and success.
CLOSE TO IT ALL
Want to catch some sun in between classes? Meeting friends for dinner in one of the city’s trendiest pockets? Catching a concert on the fly? Quay House is just moments from some of Toronto’s most beloved venues and attractions, including Sugar Beach, the Distillery District, Scotiabank Arena, St. Lawrence Market and more.
LIVE NEAR CAMPUS
Go ahead and snooze that alarm. With George Brown College’s Waterfront campus located directly across the street, students living at Quay House can squeeze more sleep into their busy schedules.
No matter where you need to go or how you want to get there, Quay House keeps you connected. The location offers easy access to the Don Valley Parkway, Gardiner Expressway, Lake Shore Boulevard, TTC lines, Union Station and Billy Bishop Airport
PARKS & TRAILS
With the Martin Goodman Trail just a stone’s throw from the residence, Quay House offers a connectedness to nature that’s hard to find in the city. Sherbourne Common, David Crombie Park and St. James Park are all also under 10 minutes walking distance, giving residents the opportunity to live life in line with their health and wellness goals.
UNLOCKING THE WATERFRONT’S POTENTIAL
With some of the city’s most anticipated partnerships and innovations all coming to Toronto’s eastern waterfront, the area is set to undergo a cutting-edge transformation that’ll lead Toronto into the future.