FWD Condominiums Condos by Concord Adex in Toronto

FWD Condominiums / 70 Queens Wharf Road

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FWD Condominiums is a new pre-construction condo building development by Concord Adex located at 70 Queens Wharf Road, Toronto.

FWD Condominiums Condos has flexible floor plans and many size options.
With variety of amenities, it is made up of 1 Bedroom, 1 Bedroom + Den, 2 Bedroom, 3 Bedroom & Up, Other units.

The unit size is ranging from 505 to 1556 square feet with prices starting from low 300k.
This is a 30 stories Condo building.

Architectural design from the inside out. Making interior spaces work to the benefit of residents who live there. Then, and only then, design an exterior that is as beautiful and functional as the interior spaces it covers.
At Forward, we believe in the straight line. Clean, contemporary architecture designed from the inside out. If the interior works, the exterior design can be beautifully crafted. In short, we believe that beauty is more than skin deep

, Concord Adex

Summary of this condo development:

Project Name: FWD Condominiums
Developer: Concord Adex
Location: 70 Queens Wharf Road,Toronto
Product: Condo building
First Occupancy: 2018-02-01
Unit Type: 1 Bedroom, 1 Bedroom + Den, 2 Bedroom, 3 Bedroom & Up, Other
Maint. Fee: $0.51 SqFt/Month
Floors: 30
*All dates are approximate.

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