Over the last decade, Streetcar Developments have been establishing themselves within the Toronto market and are well-regarded for their boutique-style condominiums. They were one of the first development companies to recognize Queen East as an up-and-coming market with project such as Riverside Lofts, Beach House and Edge Lofts, and subsequently jumped across the Don River where they've seen success within the up-and-coming Corktown neighbourhood. They've now broken into the highly competitive Queen West market -—the success of 2 and 8 Gladstone has carried over into their newest condominium, The Carnaby.

The Carnaby rendering looking east to downtown, image courtesy of Streetcar Developments

The Carnaby is the third development of Streetcar's at Gladstone and Queen, and will be the most prominent of the three. Designed by Tact Design, the condominium will reach 20 storeys when finished, overlooking Liberty Village to the south and the residential neighbourhood of Beaconsfield to the north.

Lobby rendering, image courtesy of Streetcar Developments

Residents will benefit from being close to a variety of local amenities and destinations, as well as the convenience of being located on a streetcar line. Streetcar recently announced that a Metro grocery store will be located in the base of the The Carnaby, catering to the influx of new residents to the area.

Full project rendering, image courtesy of Streetcar Developments

To see more renderings of The Carnaby including project information head to the dataBase listing below, or head over to the associated real estate thread to see what potential purchasers are talking about.

Related Companies:  52 Pick-Up, Baker Real Estate Inc., Corban and Goode, Dream Unlimited, Giovanni A. Tassone Architects, Kentwood, Seven Haus Design, Streetcar Developments, TACT Architecture