New high-rise condominium coming to the area of King and Yonge. This modern real estate development will incorporate elements of old and new as it connects to the Quebec Bank Building, a heritage landmark.
34 King Street East Condos is a pre-construction condominium development by Larco Investments Ltd in Downtown Toronto. This new modern development project is located at 34 King Street East in the Financial District.
This mixed-use development reach 34-storeys high and will hold 219 residential suites. It will have a combination of retail space and 9 floors of dedicated office space to enhance the employment opportunities in this area.
The Quebec Bank Building that sits on King Street was built in 1886 and holds many years of history and heritage. To the west of this historical landmark lies two office buildings, these buildings will be demolished and replaced with the new mixed-use residential tower.
This high-rise will be striking in nature and will have elements of old and new architecture to complement the Quebec Bank Building. The tower will have red brick covering the exterior up to the 20th floor, while the top of the tower will then have large, concrete columns combining a modern and contemporary design. The area of King and Yonge is full of rich history and buildings that are considered heritage landmarks by the city. This development will only enhance the area by restoring the Quebec Bank Building and adding onto it.
This real estate development will be a skyscraper reaching 34-storeys high and will have 219 residential units starting from the 12th floor. The ground floor will be designated for retail use, while the next 9-floors will be dedicated to office space. This office space will not only replace the offices that were demolished but will add more offices to increase employment in the area.
Most of the 11th floor will be dedicated to the indoor amenities, including an outdoor terrace. The 12th floor and up will be dedicated to residential use, allowing residents and tenants to enjoy the stunning views of Toronto’s skyline from their suite.
Location & Neighbourhood
The Walk Score sits nearly perfect at 98, while the Transit Score has been given a perfect 100 for this area, that means that everything a resident could ever want or need is within walking distance and they have access to the best public transportation. The financial district is the heart of Canada’s economy and features many skyscrapers that house well-known corporations, banking institutions and the Toronto Stock Market. Considering that this area is the central hub for employment opportunities, this development is the perfect place for young and seasoned professionals to reside in.
This bustling neighbourhood is home to some of the best dining options, nightlife and entertainment in the city. Some of the top restaurants in the area include Canoe Restaurant and Bar, Louix Louis, Momofuku, Drake One Fifty and Ruth’s Chris. This development is surrounded by many attractions including the Hockey Hall of Fame, Ripley’s Aquarium, CN Tower, Art Gallery of Ontario and close to big event venues such as The Scotiabank Arena and Rogers Centre.