A unique boutique project in the heart of a high-energy downtown neighbourhood, this pre-construction condominium will feature just 62 units in a 15-storey building which is located at Toronto’s Entertainment District. 367 King Street West is a new condo project under development by TAS .
This is a fantastic opportunity to invest in one of the city’s fastest-growing urban pockets, which saw 32% of Toronto’s newest businesses choose to locate here in 2015. With its plentiful clubs, restaurants and entertainment venues, urban housing is in high demand here and growth continues at a rapid pace.
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This condo project is proposed as a sleek condominium high-rise building standing 15 storeys. Occupying a site just west of Blue Jays Way, it will house just 62 suites, for an exclusive and contemporary feel.
34 one-bedroom units, 26 one-bedroom-den and two two-bedroom units are proposed, for a mix that is likely to appeal to the urban executive looking for a high-end suite in one of downtown’ s most exciting stretches.
The building will be mixed-use, incorporating over 10,000 square feet of restaurant, retail and office space into the first three floors. Featuring design by Teeple Architects, we’re expecting a building that’s innovative, light-filled and designed for the discerning homeowner.
Location & Neighbourhood
Entertainment District condos are extremely in-demand. With some of the city’s hottest concert venues, restaurants and lounges here, not to mention exceptional transit access and a growing sector of creative, technology and finance-related jobs, it’s easy to see why.
Thanks to its industrial heritage, the area features a unique mixture of sleek, modern architecture and warehouse typology. If you’re not touring a trendy gallery housed in a converted factory, you might find yourself sipping cocktails on a rooftop bar, catching a five-star dinner or taking in a world-class concert at the Air Canada Centre. Day or night, it’s a lively, buzzing place to call home.
It’s also a neighbourhood that’s actively transforming and is considered an “urban growth area” in the city’s Official Plan. In fact, between 2010 and 2015, the number of jobs grew by 17.5 % and many of the neighbourhood’s newly-built condominiums incorporate office space to accommodate this growing trend.