Room outside to run and play, room inside to accommodate toys and strollers. Active amenities like pools and ping pong. Nearby daycare and schools. Other kids in the building. These are some of the things that make for successful family living in a condo. And from all appearances, the market seems to be getting the
Finding daycare in a new neighbourhood can be challenging. Choosing the right preschool for your family can also require some searching. A clean, safe and well-run child care centre is important, but finding something that fits you and your child’s needs means you have to go beyond first impressions and take a look into how
Toronto is a city of condos...and pet lovers. If in the past the two were sometimes considered incompatible, that’s changing now. A recent count of search terms on Realtor.ca showed “pet friendly condos” firmly in the top. If you’re moving to King West with the your furry family member, or if you’re thinking of adopting
What does it feel like to swim in the sky? There’s only one way to find out. Dive into one of Toronto’s stunning rooftop pools. Water never felt so good. Toronto’s competitive condo market has developers dreaming up innovative ways to make their condo buildings rise above the rest, and the focus on outdoor space
In King West, there are great small neighbourhood parks and there are great parks so close by and easily accessible they feel like neighbourhood parks themselves. Here are our top three picks for best King West parks, along with notes about a couple of smaller ones. 1) High Park Toronto's largest public park, is 400
The Fashion House Condos are another iconic building that epitomizes King West living. Located at 560 King St W Toronto and 461 Adelaide St W Toronto, these condominiums are truly in the heart of the fashion district. A sleek glass exterior combined with a wide assortment of suite sizes and layouts means the Fashion House Condos cater to many sophisticated buyers
The Downtown Condos are located at 508 Wellington St W Toronto and offer a rich downtown living experience. Situated just off the main King West entertainment corridor, residents can enjoy peace and serenity while still being steps away from the action
The Massey Square Condos at 1000 King St W Toronto provide very functional and affordable King West condos for residents to enjoy the perks of the neighbourhood. With layouts ranging up to 2 bedroom configurations and floor-to-ceiling windows, the suites here provide many perks.
The 75 Portland Condos are a remarkable living experience. Located at 75 Portland St Toronto and displayed as “Seventy5”, this condo building exudes modern design. With an art-deco feel and crafted by the famed designer Phillipe Starck, the 75 Portland Condos combine social dynamics with trendy urban living
The Cinema Tower condos are located in the heart of the exciting entertainment district at 21 Widmer St Toronto. Combining a sleek glass and steel tower atop a vibrant podium structure and just a short stroll from many restaurants and entertainment options, the Cinema Tower condos really bring out the King West lifestyle
The Kings Lofts at 800 King St W Toronto provide true two storey loft configurations and an amazing location close to the central heart of King West Village. With varying suite sizes and upgrades throughout the years, The Kings Lofts live up to their name in terms of providing true open space layouts.
The Pinnacle on Adelaide condos are located at 295 Adelaide St W Toronto placing them in the heart of the King West entertainment district. Featuring a sleek and contemporary design scheme combining concrete, steel and plenty of glass, the Pinnacle on Adelaide condos are striking
The Electra Lofts Condos located at 1029 King St W Toronto provide a great selection of varying layouts and open concept living. Lofts are extremely popular and the building has formed an established presence in this corner of King West. Exposed concrete and differing exposures at 1029 King St W create a true downtown loft atmosphere.
The Festival Tower condos located at 80 John St Toronto are some of the most exciting residences in the King West neighbourhood. Situated above the TIFF Bell Lightbox, this is the heart of the Toronto Film Festival. Combining this central and vibrant location with well designed condominium units and sophisticated finishes makes the Festival Tower truly a place of celebration
The West 833 Condos hold a very traditional history for the area. Located at 833 King St W Toronto, the condominium is made up of two structures. The western positioned building is an original perfume factory from the 1930’s. The West 833 Condos offer a boutique style loft building with soaring ceilings and modern design suites that still retain the charm of a bygone industrial era.
The Glas Condos located at 25 Oxley St Toronto provide an amazingly contemporary and sophisticated lifestyle option. Situated right in the entertainment district of King West, yet on a quiet side-street, the Glas Condos are boutique living at its finest
The Wellington Square Condos at 18 Stafford St Toronto provide a great living opportunity with unique features. Being an older building, the layouts tend to be more spacious and the corner units offer large wrap-around balconies. Being near the corner of Stafford St and Wellington St means the Wellington Square Condos are tucked away in a quiet corner of King West, but still steps to a large park and the entertainment and shopping districts.
The 400 Wellington Condos provide a sanctuary away from the immediate hustle and bustle of the amazing King West neighbourhood while still being just a short stroll away. Located at 400 Wellington St W Toronto, these condos offer various layouts and are within a building that doesn’t scream for attention
The Westside Lofts located at 700 King St W Toronto offer a fantastic location and intriguing set of features that are unique to the construction of this condo building. Originally 700 King St W was an office building, however it was converted into residential loft suites offering 11 foot ceilings
The DNA 2 Condos are located at 1005 King St W Toronto. This was the first phase of the 3 stage development by Canderel Stoneridge. The DNA 2 Condos offer a central location to all that the surrounding neighbourhoods have to offer and desirable design cues such as 9 foot exposed concrete ceilings and layouts from 1 bedroom up to 3 with some loft spaces as well.