Lighthouse East Tower at-a-glance
Have you heard the latest buzz in Toronto? The city’s East Bayfront skyline is poised to take on an exciting new dimension this spring, when The Daniels Corporation introduces Lighthouse East Tower at Daniels Waterfront – City of the Arts! The East Tower follows hot on the heels of the highly successful Lighthouse West Tower. The demand is strong for more residential opportunities in this triumphant, mixed-use, master-planned neighbourhood where arts, culture and innovation cohabit in a waterfront setting.
Now under construction, Lighthouse East Tower will rise to 36 storeys at Queens Quay East and Richardson Street, creating an iconic landmark that will enhance the community’s appeal in becoming the new gateway to the East Bayfront neighbourhood. Enjoy arts-inspired living in the midst of unique amenities, visionary styling and incredible conveniences. “Take The Yard, the pedestrian laneway that will offer the opportunity to grab a coffee or meal with friends,” says Dominic Tompa, broker of record for City Life Realty, Daniels’ in-house sales team. “We know that amenity will be well used. And Sugar Beach North will be the perfect spot for lounging in the shade or enjoying outdoor gatherings. Everyday life here will be amazing.”
Obviously, a lot of homebuyers, organizations and businesses think so as well. Daniels Waterfront – City of the Arts is one of the city’s hottest destinations. The opportunity for people to live, work, play, create and learn in this location is phenomenal. In the office tower at 130 Queens Quay E., Artscape, Colleges of Ontario, OCAD University, RBC and the newly announced George Brown College School of Design & Innovation Exchange will take up residency. Non-profit organizations The Remix Project and Manifesto will also relocate to the office towers, and The Daniels Corporation will move its headquarters there.
Talk about convenience! TTC access is right outside Lighthouse East Tower’s front door, and the array of local amenities that are steps away include Lake Ontario, Canada’s Sugar Beach, the Water’s Edge Promenade and Sherbourne Common. A short stroll will have residents at St. Lawrence Market, Union Station and Toronto’s Financial and Distillery Districts. It’s minutes to the Entertainment District, and access to the Gardiner Expressway and the DVP is handy.
Lighthouse East Tower will feature outstanding indoor and outdoor amenities including attentive 24-hour concierge; gardening plots; party room with catering kitchen and access to a barbecue terrace; social club including shuffleboard and a projector for hosting movie nights or to watch hockey games with friends; a lounge with terrace access; two guest suites; and a fitness centre/yoga studio. The dynamic Xtreme fitness facility offers the opportunity to do away with club memberships elsewhere and get a more varied exercise experience, with cardio, crossfit, weight-training, stretching – this space has it all! Lighthouse East Tower will share a tennis/basketball court with the West Tower.
The East Tower’s exterior will reflect its waterfront location, with wide expanses of glass punctuated by staggered balconies, mimicking lake waves. Suites will range from studios to two-bedroom-plus-den designs and will start from the $300,000s. First occupancies are slated for fall of 2019.
Looking to take your registration one step further? Join the Lighthouse East Tower Inner Circle to receive an invitation to Daniels’ preview event, including the first advance sale before the general public, for the best selection of suites, floors and views. To join, pay a $500 registration fee, which will be applied toward the purchase of your suite, or fully refunded if you choose not to purchase.
Daniels is one of Canada’s pre-eminent builders/developers, building more than 27,000 new homes across the Greater Toronto Area over 34 years. Daniels has been named Tarion Warranty Corporation’s Ontario High Rise Builder of the Year; is a recipient of the Toronto Arts and Business Award from the Toronto Arts Foundation; and has partnered with Toronto Community Housing to revitalize Regent Park in Toronto’s Downtown East. Daniels offers programs that help people achieve home ownership, champions neighbourhood initiatives that enhance quality of life, and supports numerous charities and non-profit organizations.