Queens Quay Terminal


Queen’s Quay Terminal is an iconic building rich with history. Built in 1926, the building was originally a dry-storage shed for general merchandise and cold-storage facility known as the Toronto Terminal Warehouse.

At the time it was one of the largest buildings in the country. Transformed in 1983, Queen’s Quay Terminal was one of Toronto’s first conversions of a former industrial building to an elegant mixed commercial, residential, and retail complex. Today, it offers great dining and retail amenities, modern offices and sophisticated living along the lake.

Our restaurants, with generous outdoor patios and expansive lake views, offer a great spot to grab lunch with your colleagues and friends, relax and unwind after work or before the big game, or just pick up dinner before you head home! SWAT Health is another proud member of our community, offering a unique interdisciplinary method to your workouts.

You will often find their doors open to the lakefront during workouts. Cabin, designed for gentlemen’s grooming essentials, accessories and gifts, is open daily for hair and beard care products and services. And, Farm Boy, known for their fresh food and amazing takeout items.

Building Profile

Building name:
Queen’s Quay Terminal
Year Built:
Number of floors:
8 Floors
Floor plate square footage:
75,000 (approx.) sq. ft.
Total building square footage:
494,539 sq. ft.