500 Queens Quay W Ph08E

Toronto, ON, M5V3K8

$ 8,900/mo

$ 8,900
Active
Active
 - For Lease
beds
2 Beds
baths
3 Baths
property_type
Condo
A 2 storey contemporary executive fully furnished penthouse in one of the best buildings in waterfront downtown. Close to Scotia Bank area, Rogers Centre, park, public transit, shopping, restaurants, music garden, Starbucks at your door. Building offers great gym, conerence room, party room, bbq in the back yard, library, visitor parking and 24 hour concierge. This unit has been renovated and modified and is fully furnished.
MLS® ID:
C5749249
Listed:
8/31/22
Updated:
10/1/22
Jenna Khong, Broker
Global Real Estate Advisor

Interior Features

Total Bedrooms
2
Full Bathrooms
3
Interior Features
Exercise Area, Intercom System
Floor Description
Hardwood
Cooling
Central A/C

Exterior/Building Features

Exterior Features
Gardens, Terrace
Architectural Style
Modern

Other Property Details

Garage
No
Parking
N
Parking Total
2.0
View
Y
County
Greater Toronto Area
Pool
No

Courtesy of Tammy Masoumi

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Global Real Estate Advisor
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