A game-changing condominium,
for an avenue that’s changing its game

Reina is a complete reinvention of urban condominium living. 

Named after the Spanish word for queen, it is the first all-female development in Canada. We’re building a better condo by doing things differently — through community collaboration, new perspectives, and a commitment to multigenerational living. 

What does a condominium look like when it’s inspired, designed and executed by women? Not only is it spectacularly beautiful, with sinuous architecture and interiors, but it also fosters a stronger sense of community, making the building feel like its own neighbourhood. 

With a wide variety of layouts, multipurpose amenities and tailored programming and activities, residents can connect, spend time together and make new friends of all ages and stages of life. 

And all of this is located on what is becoming one of Toronto’s great residential avenues – The Queensway – in an established residential district called Queensway Village.

This is what makes Reina a welcoming community you and your family can call home. 

The softer side
of modern design

Designed in a contemporary minimalist style but with a softer, smoother, more feminine feel, Reina is a breath of fresh air that is sure to become a landmark in the community.

Its light colouring, meticulously manicured landscaping and rounded, picketed balconies will provide movement, contour and dynamic curb appeal. 

With nine storeys and 197 units, Reina will be a perfect addition to the modern transformation of one of Etobicoke’s more family-friendly urban neighbourhoods. 

Amenities designed to bring people together

The amenities at Reina are designed to be an extension of your home. With over 5,000 square feet of interior space to play with - 25% higher than the City of Toronto interior amenity standard - you can say goodbye to the often empty party room and hello to a multitude of distinct areas that can be diversely activated with well-thought-out design and communal programming. 

Transforming Queensway Village

Anchored along The Queensway, Etobicoke’s bustling main street, Queensway Village offers all the trappings of city life — with space to breathe. And tucked into its greener, more residential stretch is Reina, surrounded by everything an individual, couple or family looking for a good home could want. Queensway Village allows for true family-friendly urban living, with proximity to great schools, expansive parks and trails, grocery stores, and wonderful shops and restaurants. Once a utilitarian arterial road, The Queensway today is quickly en route to reaching its potential as a great Toronto “avenue”. It’s rebooting and transitioning, with new residential and mixed-use developments (including Urban Capital’s own Queensway Park, a few blocks to the west), plans to calm the street, aesthetic improvements, the addition of more trees, and the influx of new cafés, restaurants, art galleries, and retailers. 

And charming Queensway Park, the community park at the heart of the Village, recently received a major makeover, with new tennis courts and a stunning skate park. 

Now is the perfect time to choose this neighbourhood, not so early that its transformation is uncertain, and not so late as to have missed the boat.

Everything you need is Local

Local Schools One of the key factors in choosing a family home is nearby schooling options. Reina is located in a top-notch school district with options for all ages and specialties, including St. Louis Catholic Elementary School, Étienne Brûlé Junior School, Bishop Allen Academy, Castlebar Junior School, Kingsway College, Park Lawn Junior Middle School, Karen Kain School of the Arts, Etobicoke School of the Arts, Grand Avenue Montessori, and Humber College.

Local Shopping and Services The Queensway area has all the necessities and luxuries your family needs — groceries, clothes, home hardware, sporting goods, salons, pet supplies, pharmacy, dry cleaners and more. Big stores like Costco, Ikea, No Frills, Sobeys and Metro are nearby. And there are plenty of local independent retailers to choose from. Best of all, Sherway Gardens Mall, one of the GTA’s top 3 shopping centres, is mere minutes away. 

Local Parks and Trails Beautiful green spaces abound! Walk, hike, skate and cycle your heart out at the many parks, routes and trails in the neighbourhood: Queensway Park, Humber River Recreational Trail, the Waterfront Trail, and Mimico Waterfront Park.

Local Sports and Activities Teams and lessons for every sport you can imagine —  soccer, baseball, tennis, swimming, skating, hockey, dance, karate, and basketball. You’ll find activities for preschoolers to older adults at Queensway Park, Ourland Community Centre, Mimico Arena, Norseman Community School & Pool, Sean Boutilier Academy of Dance, Royal York Football Club, and The Etobicoke Dojo. 

Local Food and Entertainment Eat in or out at the countless diverse restaurants along The Queensway. Grab a cone at the iconic Tom’s Dairy Freeze down the street or a pint at the local brewery. Catch a blockbuster movie a stroll away at Queensway cinemas. Or head into the city for all the concerts, art, museums, theatre and nightlife you can imagine, just a short ride away.

Local Transportation Reina’s close to everywhere you need to go, in every mode of transportation: a TTC stop steps away from the building, the Gardiner Expressway and the 427 mere kilometres away, and the GO train at Mimico station. Getting to an airport is easy-peasy, only 20 minutes to Pearson and 15 minutes to Billy Bishop.

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