Riverside Square

Riverside Square

Welcome to Riverside Square, the newest planned community by Streetcar. At the gateway of the Queen Street Bridge and Don Valley, Riverside Square is ideally situated in the thriving East End, steps away from restaurants, cafés, shops and public transit.

This latest project from Streetcar offers a wide mix of units ranging in size from one bedrooms to family-friendly three bedrooms, dramatic glass window walls, dynamic angles and innovative green roofs to integrate within the surrounding neighbourhood while reflecting environmentally sustainable design. A public square will anchor the development and feature a mix of smaller and larger retail spaces fronting Queen Street that will include a grocery store, cafés, restaurants and an assortment of shops and commercial spaces.

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Riverside District

January 2018

Queen & Don Valley


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Metro News

“Complete streets come to Toronto: European design concept mean safety for all users”

Toronto has become one of the largest centres of condominium development in North America. In this fast-growing city, the degree of residential intensification moving into the core is a clear sign that Torontonians have a desire to move back into the downtown.

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“Riverside Square to launch The City Collection this fall in Riverdale”

Streetcar Developments is no stranger to Toronto’s east end. After launching The Taylor in Leslieville and The Southwood in the Upper Beaches, the developer now has its sights set on Riverside. Scheduled to launch this fall, Riverside Square will be the latest project in the ongoing transformation of the desirable east-end community, with the introduction of The City Collection.

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“Riverside Square joins Toronto’s Lovebot invasion”

Have you seen them in your ‘hood? Lovebots have been invading Toronto, reminding residents that there’s magic in daily life, even in the concrete jungle.

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“What Queen and Broadview will look like in 5 years”

The impending makeover of the Broadview Hotel and creation of Riverside Square -- a massive residential and commercial development planned for the area between Queen St. and Eastern Ave. -- are potentially the biggest things to happen to Riverdale since gentrification.

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