Aqualuna at Bayside

Looking north to Aqualuna at Bayside, image by 3XN for Tridel
  • Looking north to Aqualuna at Bayside, Toronto, designed by 3XN for Tridel
  • Looking south to Aqualuna at Bayside, Toronto, designed by 3XN for Tridel
  • Public realm at Aqualuna at Bayside, Toronto, designed by 3XN for Tridel
  • Looking southeast to Aqualuna at Bayside, Toronto, designed by 3XN for Tridel
  • Balconies at Aqualuna at Bayside, Toronto, designed by 3XN for Tridel
  • Balconies at Aqualuna at Bayside, Toronto, designed by 3XN for Tridel
  • Balconies at Aqualuna at Bayside, Toronto, designed by 3XN for Tridel
  • Balconies at Aqualuna at Bayside, Toronto, designed by 3XN for Tridel
  • Suite view at Aqualuna at Bayside, Toronto, designed by 3XN for Tridel
  • Looking west to Aqualuna at Bayside, Toronto, designed by 3XN for Tridel
  • Balconies at Aqualuna at Bayside, Toronto, designed by 3XN for Tridel
  • Looking south across Aqualuna at Bayside, Toronto, designed by 3XN for Tridel
  • Looking northwest to Aqualuna at Bayside, Toronto, designed by 3XN for Tridel
  • Looking northwest to Aqualuna at Bayside, Toronto, designed by 3XN for Tridel
  • Looking northeast to The Waves at Bayside, Toronto, designed by 3XN for Tridel
  • Looking south across The Waves at Bayside, Toronto, designed by 3XN for Tridel
  • Looking east to The Waves at Bayside, Toronto, designed by 3XN for Tridel
  • Looking south to The Waves at Bayside, Toronto, designed by 3XN for Tridel
  • Looking down at The Waves at Bayside, Toronto, designed by 3XN for Tridel
  • Looking up at The Waves at Bayside, Toronto, designed by 3XN for Tridel
  • Looking up at The Waves at Bayside, Toronto, designed by 3XN for Tridel
  • Looking down at The Waves at Bayside, Toronto, designed by 3XN for Tridel
  • Suite, looking out, at The Waves at Bayside, Toronto, designed by 3XN for Tridel
  • Pool, looking out, at The Waves at Bayside, Toronto, designed by 3XN for Tridel

Aqualuna at Bayside is the fourth and last market condominium development proposed for Toronto's nascent Bayside neighbourhood, replacing a former port industrial area south of Queens Quay and between Sherbourne Common and the Parliament Street Slip.

The building with peaks of 16 and 19 storeys is designed by Denmark's 3XN architects for Tridel and Hines.

Project information

263 Queens Quay E, Toronto
Tridel, Hines
II BY IV DESIGN
Janet Rosenberg + Studio
Entuitive
Condo, Retail
Pre-Construction
214 ft, 181 ft
19, 16