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Grenadier Landing  Etobicoke Condos Waterfront

Humber Bay Shores - 5 Marine Parade Dr., Grenadier Landing


Located in west Toronto on the waterfront, by the beach, Grenadier Landing is destined to become Toronto's most exciting new waterfront address. Stunning glass walled condominiums and waterfront townhomes, overlooking the park, the beach, the lake and the city. Suites from 640 sq. ft. up to 1,580 sq. ft., with terraces or balconies and soaring nine foot ceilings. 



Grenadier Landing, Humber Bay Shore, Etobicoke CondosAMENITIES:

Two storey residence overlooking Parkland and the shores of Lake Ontario Two storey Grand Lobby with access to a beautiful landscaped courtyard 24-hour concierge Elegant party room, casual lounge adjacent to the lobby Hobby/craft room, games room, ping-pong Billiards, video/media room Fully equipped exercise room with lockers


Grenadier Landing Lobby, Humberbayshore.com, etobicoke condosAmple Visitor Parking Bicycle lockers on ground floor Guest Suite with balcony BBQ in landscaped Courtyard Steps to bicycle paths linking to Martin Goodman Trail, as well as the 300 kms Ontario Greenway Waterfront Trail



  • 1 bedroom + den (825 sq. ft.) from $245,000 - $325,000 
  • 2 bedroom (866-986 sq. ft.) from $320,000 - $447,000
  • 3 bedroom (1,188-2,000 sq. ft.) from $650,000 - $900,000
  • 3 bedroom townhomes (1,945+ sq. ft.) from $850,000 - $1,000,000

If you would like more information on this building or to find out what is currently available for sale please Contact David Pylyp  If units are available for sale or sold data you need to register to obtain this information. Please fill in the information below to receive.

Are you an Owner?If you own a unit in this building and  you would like to sell your condo, click here and get a free condo value analysis.

David Pylyp

Etobicoke Real Estate Agent

Accredited Senior Agent for York Peel and Halton Regions

Lives in Toronto and promotes Giving Value

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