King West is also known as the city’s premier Entertainment District with the best of the restaurants, historic theatres and some of the coolest condos in Toronto. The King West Condos have overall transformed the King West area. During the past decade, the King West area has gone through the massive condo development that has surpassed the development of almost every neighborhood in the city. King West is a mix of old and new buildings with a vibrant mix of high-end modern high-rise condos, historic loft conversions and boutique lofts. Some of the most popular buildings that buyers want in on in the King West area are 650 King Street West, 55 Stewart Street, 75 Portland Street and many more.
At present, there are almost 64 condos in King West. Apart from the condos, lofts and retail areas, King West also offers commercial sector with unique loft style office spaces. There was a time when King West was flooded with various garment factories, thus, ‘The Fashion District’ but now the space is used as offices by various companies. In case you want to buy or sell your King West condo or loft, get in touch with our King West experts today.
The King West condos have QEW highway and The Financial & Theatre Districts at a walking distance and have easy access to various restaurants, cafe’s, bars, clubs, parks, gym’s and shopping. There is a restaurant row in between John and Peter Streets, Tiff Bell Lightbox – the home of the Toronto International Film Festival, shopping centres and parks like to Grange and Trinity Bellwoods Park in a close vicinity. With easy access to the Gardiner and Lake Shore Blvd via Spadina Ave, King West has some of the most iconic spots including Restaurants – Zoe’s, Blowfish, Gusto 101, Cibo, Patria and Bars – Spice Route, Spoke Club, 2 Cats, Thompson and Hotel Rooftop.