Sugar Wharf Condos


Sugar Wharf Condos is an exciting new mixed-use condominium development coming up at 95 Lakeshore Blvd East, in the Heart of Toronto. Yonge Street and Lakeshore Boulevard East is the major intersection. This massive project by Menkes Developments Ltd.The project is proposed to comprise a 600,000 square feet, 24-story office tower and commercial retail space of 300,000 square feet, a new multi-storey residential community along with a 2-acre community park. The condos will sit on the 11.5-acre spot where the LCBO flagship buildings are positioned at the moment on the Queens Quay East and Freeland Street northeast corner.

Location: 95 Lakeshore Blvd. East, Toronto, ON
Starting Price: High $400,000’s
Completion Date: Estimated in 2022
Our Rating: Hot Buy
Status: Pre-Construction
# of Storeys: 77, 87, and 90 storey
# of Units: 1927
Builder (s): Menkes Developments
Architect (s): architectsAlliance
Interior Design: TBA
Sales : Platinum Sales


  • PROJECT NAME – Sugar Wharf Condos
  • ADDRESS – 95 Lakeshore Boulevard East
  • LOCATION – Lakeshore Boulevard East, Toronto
  • DEVELOPER – Menkes Development
  • ARCHITECT – Turner Fleischer Architects
  • BUILDING – 1927 units. 77, 87, 90 storey’s
  • LAUNCHING – Spring 2018


  • The residents can take advantage of a host of amenities that this condominium offers including full-sized gymnasium, fire pits and BBQ area, an Outdoor Terrace with lounge, movie screening room and a host of other facilities.
  • Also, the condos will have a four-level underground garage with 478 parking slots, which will include 416 spots for residents and 62 for visitors.
  • Besides, there will be 1,971 bicycle parking lots, probably creating what could turn out to be one of the biggest parking facilities in Toronto.
  • The Sugar Wharf Condos will comprise of a scintillating mix of commercial and residential units. The entire condo project will comprise of 1927 luxury condo units.

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