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European sophistication, simple, clean and totally unfussy. This isn’t another cookie-cutter condo. This is 8 Gladstone and it’s designed to reflect the way you live today, in one of Toronto’s hottest neighbourhoods, Queen West.

Streetcar’s 8G is located in Toronto’s trendy Queen West hood, where urbanites shop boutiques, meet friends at their favourite bar or a trendy restaurant. 8G offers eighty-nine lofts in a modern 8-storey building, located next to the historic Gladstone Hotel and Two Gladstone.

The building reflects a modern, European-style with a clean aesthetic and bold design. Innovative kitchens blend seamlessly into your living space. Sexy bathrooms offer ample room to move around. Thoughtful layouts include large balconies or terraces. Two-storey penthouses feature rooftop terraces and skylights. Take advantage of all the perks of living in a residential neighbourhood, with parks, schools and libraries in walking distance, while being right in the centre of life on Queen.

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September 2013

Queen West

Queen & Gladstone




At eight-stories high, 8G offers 89 units right at Queen West and Gladstone. Designed by TACT Architecture, the building takes inspiration from the historic Gladstone Hotel, reflecting the spirit and proportions of the hotel in a way that creatively balances heritage and modern architectural design.

This eight-storey residence promises to be a hip community all its own – one with amenities like an outdoor terrace with a BBQ and dining area, indoor media lounge and a dining table with a kitchenette. Then there’s the greatest amenity of all, the neighbourhood. We believe in trees, green space and the right to hang out, which is why we created a beautiful park in the city. Coming soon, the urban park will be a place to relax, walk your dog or have a mid-afternoon picnic. Next door to The Carnaby, an onsite Metro grocery store will soon open its doors to service the entire community. Just steps away, it will allow residents to pop in for quick errands. Located on the west side of the building, connecting neighbouring buildings and amenities, you can walk or cycle along the laneway that conveniently connects the community. This dynamic hub of activity is infused with the spirit of the Art & Design District, connecting you to all things that matter — amenities, transit and green space.

Head to the beautifully designed and furnished indoor party/media room to meet friends, read a book, surf the net and entertain guests. You’ll find a bar and a full kitchen equipped with stainless steel appliances and modern millwork.


At 8G, every suite offers contemporary finishes and impeccable details like engineered hardwood floors, and granite or quartz countertops, seamless storage solutions like shelving, closets and fully integrated cabinetry in the kitchen open up your space so you’re free to enjoy your suite without hassle. If you’re looking for a view, some units offer sliding doors that open to a beautiful terrace or balcony. Best of all, each unit was built with minimal impact to the environment, including low VOC paint and materials made of recycled and renewable goods. These edgy units range from one bedroom plus a den or two bedrooms plus a den.


Toronto is a dynamic community that fuses decades of architectural styles, from the red brick of Victorians that define your local neighbourhood to the CN Tower. The stunning view from Queen West is one you can enjoy from the comfort of your home.

Renderings are artist’s concept. E.&O.E.


Walk Score: 97
Queen West is known as one of the coolest, hippest and most vibrant neighbourhoods in the city — the community is an amenity all in itself. Urbanites gravitate here in hopes of being one of the select few to call this place home. The strip is a cultural hub that oozes artistic energy and contains the city’s best galleries, clothing boutiques and ever changing mix of eclectic restaurants. Day or night, there’s an electric charge in the air as people stroll in and out of shops. No matter how hip other areas might get, Queen West will always be the original. Take a stroll and head to your favourite local shops, clubs, bars and cafés, or hop on the Queen Street TTC with its 24-hour service.

  • 1. The Beaconsfield
  • 2. Beaver Café
  • 3. Brooklynn Bar
  • 4. Cadillac Lounge
  • 5. Delux Restaurant
  • 6. The Drake Hotel
  • 7. Gladstone Hotel
  • 8. Levack Block
  • 9. Nyood
  • 10. The Ossington
  • 11. Parkdale Drink
  • 12. Poutini’s
  • 13. Rhino Bar & Grill
  • 14. Starbucks
  • 15. Stones Place
  • 16. Sweaty Betty’s
  • 17. Union
  • 18. Wrong Bar
  • 19. Pizzeria Libretto
  • 1. Metro Grocery
  • 2. RBC
  • 3. 69 Vintage
  • 4. Chasse Gardée
  • 5. The Drake General Store
  • 6. JacFlash
  • 7. Jonathon & Olivia
  • 8. Knit Café
  • 9. Parlour Salon
  • 10. Poppies
  • 11. Shop Girls Gallery Boutique
  • 12. Inabstracto
  • 1. Angell Gallery
  • 2. David Kaye Gallery
  • 3. Gallery 1313
  • 4. Lennox Contemporary
  • 5. Stephen Bulger Gallery
  • 6. Ten Eighty Gallery
  • 7. Trinity Bellwoods Park
  • 8. Trinity Bellwoods Farmers’ Market



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Queen Street West is a verifiable artery of indie patisseries, homegrown labels, and hidden-from-view galleries—hallmarks of hipness, if ever they existed. It’s also the home of the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, well-established “art” hotels The Drake and the Gladstone, and the charming Bicyclette, a local clothing boutique and lifestyle brand whose owners love “glitter, DIY projects, treasure hunts and details.”

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Usually people go really industrial or really raw when they design a loft," says Jessica Helps, who designed this loft model suite at 8 Gladstone. But while her design has its industrial influences - playing on the unit's concrete ceilings and exposed pillars - she opted for something a little different in the 969-square-foot space. "It has a little more of a polished look," says the principal with Seven Haus Design. "It's a combination of raw, but then also uses some more sophisticated pieces."The design accentuates the open layout with a modern, minimalist kitchen and light wood floors."

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Located at Gladstone and Queen St. West, 8 Gladstone is at the heart of Toronto’s most vibrant art scene. 8 Gladstone is surrounded by amazing galleries, cafes, independent restaurants, and trendy boutiques. Just walk outside and there’s something to do – boredom doesn’t exist here.

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The Queen West area has been a hotbed of construction activity for quite some time now. One block in particular, bounded by Queen, Dufferin, Peel and Gladstone, is in the midst of a major redevelopment led by Streetcar Developments in partnership with Dundee Realty.

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You really need to experience it for yourself — the cafes, bars, restaurants, culture and nightlife are the hippest in the city. It only makes sense that the new developments springing to life along Queen West would harness that cool and incorporate their own complementary creative flair into their designs (both interior and exterior).

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Gladstone just north of Queen used to function as a Dufferin detour, an alternate route for drivers prevented by railroad tracks from continuing up Dufferin. It was known as the Dufferin jog. The elimination of the problem last fall — Dufferin St. now runs through an underpass beneath the tracks — has improved life on Gladstone Ave. considerably.

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8 Gladstone is calling your name – that is, if you find yourself to be a connoisseur of West Queen West culture. Why spend so much money on cabs to and from the hot spots when you can be just steps away from your favourite watering hole, cinema or music gig?

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