Lakeside Condos

Lakeside Condos


Lakeside Condos is a new multi-phase high-rise residential development project presently in the pre-construction stage. It is situated on a parcel of land that equates to approximately 3.8 acres in the rapidly-transforming East Bayfront neighbourhood of Toronto’s waterfront. This project will feature 3 towers for the first phase ascending 49, 39 storeys and 14 storeys respectively in the Lakeshore Blvd. E and Lower Sherbourne area, where it’s currently home to a FedEx shipping centre. Greenland Group is spearheading this ambitious, soon to be iconic mixed-use venture, along with Hariri Pontarini Architects who will be responsible for the design of the complex. Total residential units for the first phase of the FedEx Ship Centre site is 1148 luxury suites, the 49 storey tower will have 590 units, 39 storeys will have 376 units and the 14 storey 182 units. The project will house a total 8 buildings. In addition to the two striking condominium towers, a collection of townhomes and several low and mid-rise buildings including an office spire will be built along with retail space and a park. The expected occupancy date is tentatively set for 2020.

【Developer】: Greenland Group

【Development Name】: Lakeside Residences

【Architect】: 215 Lake Shore Blvd E, Toronto, ON M5A 3W9

【Main Intersection】: ower Sherbourne St & Lake Shore Blvd E

【Number of Buildings】: 3

【Number of Storeys】: 49, 39 & 14

【Total Units】: 1148 Units (590,376,182)

【Year of Completion】: 2021



A community rich with opportunity.

East Harbour, a nearby, master planned, 60-acre mixed use development that will bring more than 50,000 jobs with office, retail and restaurant spaces.

It will be larger than Yorkdale Shopping Centre and have easy access to bike trails, transit, highways and the Lakeside Residences.

With unparalleled access to Toronto’s extensive waterfront, the world’s best food market voted by National Geographic, and culturally vibrant neighbourhoods, you’ll always be a stone’s throw from the water’s edge and nearby nightlife, entertainment, and commercial hubs.

Toronto’s waterfront is the largest urban redevelopment project currently underway in North America, and its revitalization is expected to take approximately 25 years and $30 billion of private and public funding to complete. This transformation will be home to over 40,000 residents, one million sq. metres of employment space and 300 hectares of parks and public spaces.

The waterfront community’s proximity to Downtown Toronto:

  • 77% of residents reported living in high rise buildings
  • 1 in 5 households have annual earnings above $100,000 – the highest in household income
  • 97% of single residents living Downtown are employed full time.

“Sidewalk Toronto”
will be an ambitious “smart city” that combines technology and urbanism on the waterfront.

Google’s sister company, Sidewalk Labs announce plans for Toronto’s Quayside neighbourhood in partnership with Waterfront Toronto. The 12-acre site immediately next door on Lake Shore runs from Bonnycastle Street to east of Parliament and will include 3.3 million sq ft of residential, office and commercial space and a new headquarters for Google Canada