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650 Queens Quay West, Toronto

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THE ATRIUM ON QUEENS QUAY 650 Queens Quay West  Waterfront

THE ATRIUM ON QUEENS QUAY – 650 Queens Quay West

Date Registered (2000-10-25)


The Atrium on Queens Quay’s grand construction allows for 288 units spread across 16 floors. Perspective residents have their choice between one bedroom suites and one bedroom suites with a den. One bedroom suites range between 569 and 755 square feet in size. One bedroom condos with a den start at 620 square feet and go up to 745 square feet. Atrium on Queens Quay Inc., makes you feel like you’re always on vacation at their park-side location near the waterfront.


650 Queens Quay West Amenities

Walk into the amazing sight of sixteen stories of enclosed glass at 650 Queens Quay West before venturing into your new condo where tall windows meet eight and nine foot ceilings allowing light to gleam off of engineered hardwood floors in your spacious suite. Stainless steel appliances accent the kitchens in these modern, cozy units and private balconies give a great view of the park and the lake beyond. 

Get rid of your gym membership by working out in the building’s gym and exercise room before joining friends and neighbours on the rooftop deck at 650 Queens Quay West. For special occasions or just for a party with friends and family, reserve the party room or function room. A security guard and concierge ensures your safety in this secure building with parking. 

Transit routes are nearby to get you anywhere you need to go in the city.


650 Queens Quay West Neighbourhood

Originally the location of Fort Rouille and then Fort York, the Waterfront has gone from being home to warehouses, factories and docks (one pier was the sight of a disastrous fire on a passenger ship in 1949) to becoming a centre of art, culture, food and entertainment.

The Waterfront is close to many leisure interests and hobbies, including nearby parks and theatres. For anyone ready to take in a more elaborate evening of theatre, start out with a trip to the Royal Alexandra Theatre before heading out for a meal at Guirei Japanese. If you want to take a nice walk, then walk into the Little Norway Park just across the street or enjoy one of the many other parks that dot the waterfront. Beyond the parks are numerous quays and wharves where you can enjoy the fresh air and ferries, which regularly go to the surrounding Toronto Islands. On the islands, there are beaches to explore and an amusement park to occupy the kids for an afternoon. There are many marinas along the waterfront where you can dock your boat or watch the yachts glide by on a lazy afternoon. The CN Tower is close by for a visit or you can also catch a game at the Coca Cola Coliseum of the BMO Field. Whenever you’re feeling nostalgic for the past, visit the Distillery District which is the sight of a former major distillery, now home to art, culture, and fun. Whether out for a play, a game, or a visit to a museum, nothing is far away from the Atrium at Queens Quay.

Whenever you need to stop in for a coffee or an espresso before work on the weekend there are numerous cafes around for the coffee-lover, including Starbucks, Tim Hortons, Aroma, Cafe Ole, and the Thor Espresso bar, just to name a few. For a good meal, take family and friends to the nearby Subway or Guieri Japanese restaurant. You can also try the Roti House, Mamma’s Pizza, or Pearl Harbourfront Chinese Cuisine. Fine dining includes the Toula Restaurant and The Loch and Quay. Whatever the time and whatever your craving, everything you need to satisfy your cravings at the start, or end, of your day is here.

Take the children to Touti Gelati and Gone Sailing before hiring a babysitter, so that you can enjoy the nightlife at the Ciao Europa Wine Bar or the St. Louis Bar and Grill. To finish off the weekend, curl up with a good book from the local Indigo. Both you and the family will find yourself never wanting to leave The Atrium on Queens Quay because everything you want is always just a quick walk away, especially when considering that all of the amenities of the downtown core are just a few hundred feet away from your front door.

For groceries and toiletries, there is Remedy’s Rx Lakefront Medical Pharmacy and a Sobeys are both within easy walking distance.

The Spadina Streetcar Line is close by as is local Transit and the subway for wherever in Toronto you need to go.



Atrium on Queens Quay Inc. is the established development company that built the Atrium on Queens Quay.