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Toronto's most anticipated waterfront neighbourhood: The Bend

Pedestrian-friendly waterfront community, complete with a waterfront promenade, a central plaza and a vibrant mix of uses.


Celebrating the intersection of the natural environment, the workplace and urban amenities

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With the benefit of existing infrastructure, getting to and from 300 Queens Quay East is simple. Whether you ride the LRT or enhanced streetcar routes, drive, and park on-site or take advantage of the multi-use Martin Goodman Trail that is well loved by cyclists and runners, your options are numerous. Or, if you really want to arrive in style, take our exclusive shuttle bus providing direct service to and from Union Station.

Unparalleled Green Space & Waterfront Access

The workplace goes beyond four walls and a desk, we are building for those who want to enjoy the environment around you. 300 Queens Quay East is surrounded by a network of parks, a tree-lined promenade and direct access to Toronto’s world-class waterfront, not to mention adjacent plaza and the many exclusive and shared terrace spaces throughout the building. Imagine taking meetings or hosting events on your exclusive outdoor area or the large rooftop terrace. Working in the city has never felt so natural.

Waterfront Promenade, Toronto, ON
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Lifestyle Amenities

A productive and efficient workforce demands an amenity-rich environment to eat, play, exercise, and work. 300 Queens Quay East is integrated into a thriving waterfront neighbourhood and a short walk to Corktown, Old Toronto, the Distillery District, the East Bayfront, and the West Don Lands. To further enhance the tenant experience, there will be four carefully curated retail amenities within the building. 

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