Construction on Queensway Park, a mid-height construction project in South Etobicoke, Toronto, is nearing completion and will soon welcome residents. The RAW-designed building for two years, Toronto Queensway Park, was to replace The Beer Store’s previous location as part of this retailer’s program to step up development of its previously single-use properties, under Rosewater Developments and Urban Capital Property Group.
The design of the building promises a sensation. Turner Fleischer Architects have developed an outstanding two-tone stacked concept that transforms the extensive parking lot into 545 new residences, which are spread over the 17 and 11-story buildings. 430 to 1,060 square feet; The price will be announced. Prospective residents can easily travel downtown and other parts of the city, for example Verge is not far from Islington for the subway and Mimico Go station. Drivers can reach 427, QEW and the Gardiner Expressway nearby.
Shoring and excavation in mid-2019 paved the way for the installation of cranes and then the design of the underground levels. The ground floor took shape early last year, followed by the building being raised to a height of 36 meters. The building, which will be built later, is nearing completion, with virtually all of the exterior details in place.After the basic completion of the outer facade, the heavy construction fence used in the initial phase was replaced by a chain link fence, which is removed again when the building is opened. Queensway Park will soon add 172 condominiums to the neighborhood, anchored into the urban landscape with a selection of retail stores and restaurants including a boutique beer store at the east end of the building, replacing the separate retail building and remote parking lot to make room for new developments close