Queen’s Marque is a new district set within the beating heart of both the waterfront and the urban core. Enjoy the luxury of premium restaurants and shops right at your doorstep, indulge in exclusive five-star services and amenities, or relax and savour the soft sea mist as you dip your toes in the ocean.
The Residences at Queen’s Marque offer paired living with Atlantic Canada’s first ultra-luxury hotel for unmatched services and amenities. Daily details can be taken care of so you can enjoy the 24-hour wellness centre or relax on the terrace overlooking the breathtaking beauty of Halifax Harbour. The fastest Wi-Fi in Atlantic Canada, daily or weekly home detailing, gourmet room service, a private driver and car, valet parking and dog walking will transform your lifestyle.
Inspired by the hulls of seafaring ships, Queen’s Marque represents the first large-scale urban residence designed by Nova Scotia’s own Brian MacKay-Lyons. A calming space where every line, angle and texture are crafted with purpose, The Residences and the surrounding district will have art at their very soul. Local artists will craft immersive installations that interpret our coastlines and stories for an experience unique to Canada.
Place and home, redefined.
Each residence is impeccably designed. Rich wood walls contrast against pure white kitchens with high-gloss custom cabinetry and Carrera marble detailing. Oversized islands topped in premium white quartz offer natural places to gather. Panelled, integrated appliances blend in seamlessly for an uninterrupted aesthetic. Relax in your airy, spa-like bathroom and awake daily to salt air and sunrises over the sea.
The Residences have been designed with energy-saving technologies and readily available resources. Seawater circulates through The Residences’ energy systems for natural heating and cooling to reduce the carbon footprint. Distinctly crafted luxury finishes are paired with natural materials throughout the interior and exterior, creating an elegant blend of contemporary innovation and traditional moorings.