Within a short drive from the 60 Queen Street East Condos residents will enjoy easy accessibility to a wide range of famous attractions such as the CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium, Nathan Phillips Square, Queen’s Park, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto Eaton Centre,
Transit Near The 60 Queen Street East Condos:
Residents will find the 60 Queen Street East Condos quite transit friendly with Queen Station approximately a 3 minute walk away and Union Station approximately a 16 minute walk away. While the Gardiner expy and Don Valley Parkway are also within short proximity from the 60 Queen Street East Condos, as well.
Shopping Close To The 60 Queen Street East Condos Toronto:
60 Queen Street East Condos will situate residents approximately a minute drive from Toronto Eaton Centre. Offering residents an amazing experience with an extensive selection of restaurants, services, and retailers such as H&M, Zara, Apple, Uniqlo, Microsoft, Samsung, The Source, Guess, Michael Kors, Nordstrom, Under Armour, Nike, Sephora, Pandora, Banana Republic, Kate Spade, Boss Hugo Boss, Levi’s, Canada Goose, Foot Locker, Hollister, and Ovo.
St. Michael’s Hospitals (approximately 2 minute walk)
Toronto General Hospital (approximately 5 minute drive)
Mount Sinai Hospital (approximately 5 minute drive)
The Hospital for Sick Children (approximately 4-5 minute drive)
Post-Secondary Institutions Close To The 60 Queen Street East Condos:
Within a short drive from the 60 Queen Street East Condos residents will enjoy easy accessibility to the University of Toronto – St. George Campus, Ryerson University, OCAD University, and George Brown College – St. James Campus.
Recreational Areas Nearby:
With a wide variety of recreational areas such as parks, swimming pools, and libraries within a short drive from the 60 Queen Street East Condos, residents will enjoy an active outdoor lifestyle. Some include Queen’s Park, Toronto Public Library – City Hall Branch, Moss Park, Sugar Beach Park, HTO Park, Pam McConnell Aquatic Centre, Alexandra Park Outdoor Pool, St. James Park, and Toronto Public Library – St. Lawrence Branch.