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245 Queen East Condos is a new pre-construction condo development by ONE Properties. Coming soon to Queen and Sherbourne in Toronto.

245 Queen East Condos is designed to be composed of new construction with some saved heritage brick warehouse facades€”and joined at street level by a series of retail-and-dining-lined pedestrian alleys, this massive redevelopment will completely change the height, density, and urban character of Queen and Sherbourne. The designers envisions this project as the city centre of the immediate neighbourhood. The current site is occupied by a handful of heritage structures, and some low-rise industrial and commercial buildings with parking lots.

Adding to this ambiance, including a collection of turn-of-the-century red-brick structures, will set the tone of the pedestrian laneways, adding to the public realm portion of the development. The opportunities for a site of this size and urban industrial character are huge, and thus it will be with much interest that Mycondopro will keep up with this file as the story continues to play out. As more details emerge and as the project evolves through the planning process, we will keep you informed of the latest news.

Highlights at 245 Queen East Condos

245 Queen East Condos is located in the Moss Park neighbourhood in Toronto. Much attention was given to the design of the public realm, with a covered retail-lined pedestrian walkway bisecting the site and acting as a north-south connection between Queen and Richmond. At the centre of the property, connected to the pedestrian walkway, is an urban room, a multi-functional courtyard that can play host to public art exhibitions, sidewalk patios, and retail. The urban room is raised above existing grade level, with the walkway sloping down to both Queen and Richmond, to accommodate the loading docks and site services which have been pushed below grade to free up valuable street frontage.

Finally, McFarrens Lane will be widened and redesigned, with retail lining the sidewalks, providing another north-south connection through the site. Creating pedestrian-friendly space; the inclusion of brick-paved retail/dining alleys to add a much warmer than usual, human-scale space at the base of the three towers. An overhead glass canopy will serve the dual purposes of providing shelter from the elements, while simultaneously acting as a buffer from the towers soaring overhead. This will likely ground the entire pedestrian experience nicely, adding more atmosphere.

  • Heart of the Downtown Toronto
  • Close to Public Transit
  • Step to the park and community Centre
  • Close to University and school
  • Step to Shops and entertainment
  • Nearby parks include Moss Park, St. James Park and Sculpture Gardens
  • Walk Score of 98 out of 100
  • Transit Score of 100 out of 100


  • Address 245 Queen Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada
  • Country United States
  • City/Town


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