Sugar Wharf Condos – Preconstruction Property

Illustration of Sugar Wharf Condos and park.

Sugar Wharf is more than just a condo development—it’s an entire community.

Sugar Wharf Condos – Building Details

Status: Preconstruction

Estimated Occupancy: Feb 2022

Address: 55 Lake Shore Blvd East, Toronto Ontario, M5E 1Z2

Neighbourhood: Toronto Waterfront

Builder: Menkes

Architect: architectsAlliance

Interior Designer: Cecconi Simone

# of Towers: 5

# of Units: 3,371

Agent: Wins Lai, Living Realty Inc., Brokerage

Price: TBA

About This Project

Photo of Sugar Wharf Condos and the Toronto Waterfront.

Sugar Wharf is as downtown as Toronto gets.

Sugar Wharf Condos is an ambitious mixed-use community on the Toronto Waterfront.

Developed by Menkes, the multi-phase project consists of 5 condominiums, an office tower, several retail podiums and a 2-acre park.

Image of people, trees and fountain at Sugar Wharf.

There’s a huge emphasis on nature and community.

Although Sugar Wharf is still under construction, it’s already breaking records and earning accolades.

For example, in a year of slumping sales Sugar Wharf was Canada’s top-selling condo for 2018.

The project will also be home to Toronto’s first vertically-integrated public school.

And finally, when Sugar Wharf is complete it will be the largest mixed-use community on the Toronto Waterfront.

All that, plus a location on Queen’s Quay, with its many shops, restaurants and sandy beaches, makes for a truly sweet life.

Sugar Wharf – Design

Close up of first two Sugar Wharf Condo towers.

Phase 1 of Sugar Wharf is split into two residential towers.

The first tower soars 70-storeys and contains 733 units, while the second stands an impressive 64-storeys and includes 711 units.

Phase 1 is also home to a 25-floor office building—the brand new headquarters of the LCBO.

Opening in 2021, the tower will employ almost 5,000 people and boast 75,000 sq. ft. of retail space.

Another 3D render; this one shows the new LCBO HQ and other condo towers.

This office building combines the LCBO headquarters, flagship store, and several other retailers.

Meanwhile, the second phase consists of 3 residential towers (90, 87 and 77-storeys) for a total of 1,927 units.

Another Phase 2 highlight is the elementary school, which takes up the first 3 floors of the commercial podium.

Photo of couple and their child at park.

Sugar Wharf will also be home to a 2-acre park and a mid-rise rental building (Pixabay)

In total, the monumental project will house nearly 8,000 residents and cover 11.5 acres of the Toronto Waterfront.

Sugar Wharf – Interiors

Artist's render of Sugar Wharf's kitchen.

An artist’s render of Sugar Wharf’s kitchen.

Because Sugar Wharf Condos is still in the construction and pre-construction phase, exact details have yet to be finalized.

What we know so far is that suites are expected to start at $400k, with some passing $1 million.

Units will range from 1-3 bedrooms, with some boasting 2 washrooms and a den.

This variety of suites makes Sugar Wharf the ideal condo for families as well as couples and single professionals.

Sugar Wharf – Amenities

Image of Sugar Wharf rooftop deck and CN Tower.

This rooftop deck offers thrilling views of the CN Tower.

Sugar Wharf makes life a little sweeter with amenities like:

  • 24-hour concierge and security
  • Opulent 2-storey lobby and lounge
  • Massive gym with cardio, aerobics, spin room and basketball court
  • Indoor lap pool with separate change rooms and showers
  • Kids party room and play area
  • Hammock lounge and Lego room
  • Adult party room, bar and formal dining room
  • 3 theatres, music room, art studio and games lounge
  • Outdoor terrace, BBQ, fire pit, and kids play zone
  • 2 co-working spaces and meeting rooms
  • 2 luxury guest suites and 8 passenger elevators
  • WiFi in all amenity areas and elevators
  • Parking garage and bike storage
Hobby and Lego room at condo.

Sugar Wharf also has kid-friendly amenities, such as a Lego room and children’s party room.

About The Toronto Waterfront

People relaxing at Sugar Beach on the Toronto Waterfront.

Sugar Wharf is named after nearby Sugar Beach (Rina Pitucci, Flickr)

Sugar Wharf Condos is perfectly situated at the intersection of nature and city life.

In front, there’s the beaches, boats and sparkling waters of the Toronto Waterfront.

Behind, there’s the electric glitz and glamour of the Downtown Core.

Night time view of the Toronto Waterfront and Lake Ontario.

Sugar Wharf gives you the best of both worlds (tsaiproject, Flickr)

Living at the Waterfront means there’s always something to see, do, buy and eat.

For example, the Waterfront is home to several summer festivals, Queens Quay and the Toronto Islands.

According to BlogTo:

The Toronto Islands are a jewel in the city’s waterfront. A short ferry ride away from the mainland, they’re filled with parks, beaches and an amusement park.

Boat and water at Toronto Islands.

Recreational boating is a popular pastime at the Toronto Islands (Skeezix1000, Wikipedia)

In fact, Toronto has one of the longest urban lakefronts in the world. Stretching 46 kilometres, its shoreline includes beaches, tall-ships, bike trails, artisinal food markets, art galleries, concert venues and much more.

For a comprehensive guide to the Waterfront, including the best places to shop, eat and entertain, check out this post.

Other Location Highlights:

hockey hall of fame in toronto

It’s a 10-minute walk to the Hockey Hall of Fame (Ian Muttoo, Flickr)

  • Nearby venues include the Hockey Hall of Fame, Scotia Bank Arena, and Sony Centre for Performing Arts
  • Minutes from historic St. Lawrence Market, Loblaws and Metro
  • Direct access to Toronto PATH and its vast network of shops, restaurants and transit
  • Minutes from Ryerson, U of T, and George Brown College
  • 100 Ride Score, 92 Walk Score and minutes from Union Station and Gardiner Expressway

The WOW Factor

Toronto Waterfrpnt and Lake Ontario.

Welcome to your backyard.

Our goal with Sugar Wharf is to create a multi-dimensional, self-sufficient, 24/7 community that meets the diverse needs of the future population who will work, live and play here.

Alan Menkes

Sugar Wharf Condos certainly lives up to this promise.

It truly is a self-sufficient community, with living, employment, retail, leisure and even education all available in one place.

Add an unbeatable location on the Toronto Waterfront—with its unsurpassed natural beauty and easy access to the downtown core—and life doesn’t get any sweeter than Sugar Wharf.

Want to be a part of this amazing Waterfront community? Contact me below for more details.

 

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