88 Queen Condos is a new phase of the successful 88 North Condos by St. Thomas Developments Inc. This mixed-use luxury project will have suites ranging in size from 1 bedroom to 3 bedrooms.
1 bedroom suites will be from 578sqft
1+dens from 623sqft
2 bedrooms from 713sqft
2+dens from 1096sqft
and 3 bedrooms from 767sqft
There will be 13 units on floors 8 to 41, with 8’6 ceiling height.
Floors 28 to 50 have 12 units with 9-foot ceilings. The penthouse will have 10-foot ceiling.
The developer is meticulous about the design and there is no wasted space in any of the floor plans. All units come with a balcony. The average price per sqft is about $1300/sqft. The building directly to the south of 88 Queen Condos is a 4 storey heritage building so any south-facing units over the 8th floor and up will have great views. The project is approved and there are no rental suites in this tower.
The project will have a total of 4 towers, and it will take over an entire block from Queen Street to Shuter Street. One of the towers (88 North Condos) has almost been completed.
The project will contain approximately 534 condo units, 558 rental suites, and 100,000 square feet of office space.
St. Thomas Commercial Developments Incorporated, in association with St. Thomas Developments and Lee Development Group (together “the Group”), is a proudly Canadian real estate development company with an impeccable reputation and wide-ranging international affiliations. Since 1988, the Group has quickly established a reputation for unsurpassed quality and unparalleled design, having successfully completed eight major residential condominium developments in the Greater Toronto Area. The most prominent is One St. Thomas, a luxury condominium located in Toronto. The building was designed by internationally renowned, New York based architect Robert A.M. Stern, and represents the ultimate expression of residential luxury. Internationally, the Group’s associated companies have, over the past two decades, built distinctive residential, boutique hotel, and commercial properties in North America and the Far East.
Luxurious residential developments include 110 Repulse Bay, Bluewater and the single luxurious residence, 37 Deep Water Bay Road in Hong Kong. Boutique hotels include The Putman and Le Rivage, both designed by the world-renowned Andree Putman; The Jervois, with interiors by legendary French designer Christian Liagre; and 99 Bonham, designed by famed Italian architect Antonio Citterio. Landmark commercial buildings include the Robert A.M. Stern designed 50 Connaught Road Central in Hong Kong, which recently sold for a record setting price of $4.88 billion HKD (approximately $650 million CAD). 7 St. Thomas continues the Group’s tradition of creating unique developments, combining historical Victorian townhouses with contemporary architecture in the most desirable neighbourhood of Bloor-Yorkville.