LeftBank by Broccolini, an iconic 28-storey condominium with extensive indoor and outdoor amenities right for modern lives. Living right by the revitalized Don River at River St. and Dundas St E. puts you within excellent proximity to the new downtown east. Experience an exciting area of existing and up-and-coming developments including the future East Harbour Development and Transit hub, new Ontario Line Subway and the Port Lands Waterfront redevelopment. LeftBank – the new centre of the city where everything’s so right.
This new condo project is in a neighbourhood that are actively undergoing revitalization makes it great spot to invest in.
LeftBank Condos is a new high-rise condominium by firm Broccolini in Toronto. This 28-storey pre-construction tower plus s six-storey podium is located at 83 River Street, northeast corner of River St. and Labatt Ave, just south of Dundas in Regent Park neighbourhood.
Location & Neighbourhood
LeftBank Condos offer residents access to a wealth of perks, including excellent transit, some of the city’s newest community resources, trendy bars and restaurants and proximity to the downtown core.
It’s an actively regenerating neighbourhood that has seen an impressive transformation over the past decade, and the regeneration continues, especially for this stretch of River Street.
The site has been given a “regeneration” designation, meaning it’s primed for more residential, retail and commercial growth and will contribute to the ongoing transformation of the neighbourhood around it. Neighbourhoods like this that are actively undergoing revitalization make great spots to invest in.
With a perfect 93/100 on its Transit Score, the neighbourhood is served by both the Dundas and Queen streetcar routes, which run 24-7. It’s about a ten-minute ride into the downtown core, making this a great location for professionals who want easy access to the Financial District or Hospital Row. Drivers will appreciate the site’s close proximity to the Don Valley Parkway. Ryerson University and George Brown College are both easy commutes too.
As a result of the massive transformation the neighbourhood has seen, it also features some of the city’s newest community and recreational resources. These include a large aquatic centre with a variety of programming, new athletic fields, hockey rinks and a basketball court, as well as a 60,000 square-foot arts and cultural hub.
The stretch along Queen Street East features trendy restaurants, bars and boutiques and provides easy access to some of the city’s most eclectic neighbourhoods.