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Condo of the Week: 77 Harbour Square

Posted by Amy Shields / August 7, 2013

77 Harbour Square TorontoToronto's Harbourfront community is undergoing some major change right now and the current state of Queens Quay isn't exactly inviting, but if you're keen on living by the water you shouldn't let that deter you. Once construction is complete, the current plans will see vehicular traffic reduced to one lane in each direction, dedicated streetcar line and the south side of Queens Quay will be open to bike lanes and pedestrian walkways.

Harbour Square is one of the older condo developments along the east end of Queens Quay and the waterfront boardwalk. It's comprised of five different buildings from the foot of York Street to the foot of Bay with 24 hour concierge, indoor saltwater pool, licensed meeting rooms, car wash, room service, a shuttle bus that will take you into the financial district, and the real kicker here is that the condo fees also include all of your standard utilities plus cable television.

This 35th floor corner unit at 77 Harbour Square is a sizable 1900 square feet with two large bedrooms and two full washrooms. The current d├ęcor gives it an airy and light feel accenting the large windows and open space while the wraparound balcony has some amazing panoramic views of the city and lake. The master bedroom features walk-in closet and ensuite while the main washroom has a weird little feature called glass walls hence the curtains. I suppose if you're a little voyeuristic that could be fun, but it's certainly a unique feature.

77 Harbour Square TorontoSPECS:

  • Address: 77 Harbour Square
  • Price: $1,299,999
  • Sq ft: 1900
  • Bedrooms: 2+1
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Parking: 2 underground
  • Maintenance: $1,431.04/month

77 Harbour Square TorontoNOTABLE FEATURES:

  • Two balconies
  • Luxury building amenities
  • Condo fees include heat, hydro & cable
  • Squash and basketball courts

77 Harbour Square TorontoGOOD FOR:

This place would be great for a couple who work in the core, but who also enjoy lakefront living — provided you can get past the onslaught of summer visitors to the area and forgive the construction for a little while longer.

77 Harbour Square TorontoMOVE ON IF:

The idea of spending your summers surrounded by tourists isn't altogether fun. Harbourfront is teeming with pedestrian traffic from April through to October and for some it can be overwhelming.


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swirvy / August 7, 2013 at 10:37 am
holy curvy swirvy batman!
C / August 7, 2013 at 12:46 pm
It's only $2,999,999? I really thought it'd be at least $1,300,000. What a bargain!
sw / August 7, 2013 at 03:22 pm
Dat closet.
John / August 7, 2013 at 04:43 pm
All that square footage and then just a tiny balcony.
Mark / August 7, 2013 at 06:58 pm
Beautiful unit! Very airy and inviting, especially the kitchen/living and that one bathroom with the rain shower/tub. mark Allen realty . ca
n / August 7, 2013 at 08:22 pm
well, at least the bedrooms have windows. but where is +1 room? - I have a problem finding it
The Clever Pup / August 7, 2013 at 08:30 pm
There appears to be a balcony off one of the bedrooms too. It does say "wrap around". The monthly maintenance fee is as much as my mortgage.
Potential Buyer replying to a comment from The Clever Pup / August 8, 2013 at 01:40 am
I'd pay for a reach-around each month if it were included in my mortgage, but I guess I'll have to settle for a lousy terrace instead.

Sammy / August 8, 2013 at 11:57 am
Wouldn't want to pay that much money and be over-looking that airport with all the noise and pollutants it brings.
Ange / August 23, 2013 at 04:30 pm
What a great building! So many amenities. They donè make them that large anymore. What a steal of a price. I like the view. I'd take it if I had the cash.
Hugh G. replying to a comment from Sammy / May 14, 2014 at 10:17 am
.....as opposed to pollution from the Gardiner?? Give your head a shake!
Mike / May 14, 2014 at 10:25 am
The rooms look amazing. They give the impression that its not a small place which it might actually be. Imagine the claustrophobia of living in such a small place.
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