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88 QUEEN is part of a multi-tower mixed-use development comprising of residential buildings, food hall, public park, restaurants and boutique shops.


Along with stellar amenities at its doorstep, 88 QUEEN is also within walking distance to major shopping areas (Eaton Centre), transportation hubs (Queen & Dundas Subway Station), schools (Ryerson University & George Brown College), and major employment areas (Hospital Row and the Financial District) giving its residents an unparalleled urban living experience.


Project Highlights:

  • Approved and fully zoned - The site is fully prepared for construction. 88 North, the first phase of the project, will be taking occupancy in Spring 2020.

  • Proximity to transit - With the TTC Streetcar at its doorstep and a four-minute walk to Queen Subway Station, 88 Queen offers easy accessibility to everything that Toronto has to offer.

  • Potential future growth - A projected +15,000 condominium units are proposed for the 88 Queen neighborhood. 5.2% of upcoming condominium units in the GTA are located here versus Bloor Yorkville at 1.1%, the Entertainment District at 2.0%, and Liberty Village at 0.1%. 

  • Developer - St. Thomas Developments has a history of unsurpassed quality & unparalleled design. This can be seen in their numerous completed developments, most notably, One St. Thomas, 7 St. Thomas & 37 Deep Water Bay Road. 

  • Employment - Toronto is one of the fastest growing cities in North America. Downtown Toronto is home to many dynamic employment sectors including the Financial District, Tech District, major hospitals & renowned post educational institutions. 

  • Shopping - The Eaton Centre and the expansive PATH network of shops, services & dining are just steps away. 

  • Schools - 88 Queen is walking distance from Ryerson University and George Brown College. The University of Toronto is 17 minutes by transit. 

  • Community - 88 Queen will be a Community Hub spanning an entire city block that includes green space, retail shops and art installations