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Residences of Harbourwalk


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Breathing new life into the Toronto waterfront, the highly-anticipated Residences at Harbourwalk development connects its residents to land and water. It promises a dynamic community, resort-like lifestyle, and proximity to all that one needs.

Comprised of two 19-storey towers, Harbourwalk offers spacious residences, large terraces and sweeping views of Lake Ontario. Its cascading terraces are designed to follow the contours of the lake, boast vast panoramas, and encourage interaction with nature from its grand terraces. The stepped, L-shaped towers are connected by a 57,000 ft2 (5,295 m2) central courtyard, destined to be a focal point of the community and gathering place for residents. An additional 37,000 ft2 (3,437 m2) of indoor/outdoor amenities create a cohesive space, prioritizing the active lifestyles of its residents.

Residents’ lifestyles were given enormous consideration with wellness-inspired amenities prioritized so residents of all ages could benefit from access to the spectrum of entertainment, fitness, relaxation, and recreational amenity options at Harbourwalk. Located around the courtyard perimeter to maximize space and outdoor connection, Harbourwalk’s generous amenity program includes a lobby lounge and concierge, central courtyard, bocce ball court, party room, boardroom, work-from-home stations, multi-purpose room, fitness centre, pool, outdoor lounge and more. The interiors are sophisticated in their timeless expression, referencing the water-inspired motif through sculptural art, custom installations, and the presence of cobalt blue integrated into the colour palette.

Respectful of its lakeside location, Harbourwalk upholds high architectural standards and pushes the limits of architecture, design, and construction. The community is beautiful, enduring, and will be an environmentally responsible, energy-efficient, sustainable place to live.

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LocationMississauga, Canada
Lead designerDan Menchions and Keith Rushbrook
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