King West is one of the fastest-growing neighborhoods in Toronto which is a favorite area for young professionals to live in. It is a lively and trendy neighborhood close to downtown Toronto. Everything is available in King West from art galleries to grocery stores and general stores providing all the required services. Here, as a Toronto real estate agent, I want to introduce you to the best condos in the King West neighborhood of Toronto.
5- M5V Condos
M5V condo is an award winning building which is known as a model of environmental sustainability (for low consumption of water and energy, and low emission of toxins) in urban condo construction in downtown Toronto. It’s impossible to walk along King Street West and not see this glass tower with its red strip at the corner. It is located at 375 King St West at the heart of downtown Toronto.
This modern condominium was completed in 2011 with 35 stories including 305 residential units. This luxury building has a marvelous view of downtown and Lake Ontario. It has a castle-like gate and concierge at the front entrance. There are different amenities available in the building, including a terrace with barbecues and a picnic area, sun deck, dining area, a party room with a bar, Yoga and Pilates studio, steam room and game room.
4- Fashion House Condo
Fashion House is a modern luxury building located at 560 King Street West and 461 Adelaide Street West. It looks like it borrowed the name from its location at the center of the fashion district of the King West neighborhood of Toronto. Fashion House Condo was completed in 2014 with 12 stories and 334 units. You can find different suite sizes and layouts in Fashion House, from smaller studio space to larger two-bedroom condo apartments.
This marvelous glass structure has the view of Toronto skyline from the multiple large terraces and platforms. The residents enjoy the restaurants and retail facilities on the ground floor, the Skypark on the ninth floor, and the fitness center on the rooftop lounge with a heated infinity pool.
This soft loft building has a concierge and security system to provide a great level of convenience for the residents. It also has a media room, party/meeting room and pool and gym. Briefly, the residents don’t need to leave the building so often because many amenities are available. However, with its 100 score of walkability and good access to public transit, they can find good restaurants, cafes, boutiques, night-life, clubs, and grocery stores a few steps away.
3- The Hudson Condo
At the corner of King Street and Spadina Avenue, the Hudson Condo was built in 2006. It has a wonderful roof garden with an excellent view of the city which can be seen from most of the 281 units of this 21-story building. Residents of this yellow brick and glass façade enter into a lobby that looks just like an art gallery with a 24-hour concierge.
The Hudson has different size suits from 500-1200 square feet plus large penthouses and the ceiling height of some units reach up to 20 feet. The Hudson Condos are also equipped with very big bathtubs, thermo-glazed aluminum windows, security system and roomy balconies.
The residents have access to the private dining area of the “Club Hudson” and other luxurious amenities, including sauna, gym, media room, party/meeting room and visitors parking. The neighborhood is a paradise for walkers and bikers. Besides, residents have excellent access to TTC and also the Spadina streetcar line.
2- 75 Portland
It is impossible to miss this shiny white condominium when walking around 75 Portland Street. Seventy5 Portland is a popular condo especially for sophisticated people in one of Toronto’s hottest neighborhoods. It was completed in 2010 with 11 stories and 211 units.
The designer of Seventy5 Portland was Phillipe Starck who is famous for creating luxury homes out of condo spaces. The size of units range from 473 sq. ft bachelor suites to 2,115 sq. ft. two-bedroom units. Different amenities and beautiful balconies have made these condos special.
Located in the fashionable neighborhood of King West, 75 Portland is surrounded by so many bars, cafes, and restaurants and nightclubs. Residents of Seventy5 Portland have a great access to the Entertainment District at the east side and can enjoy the art galleries and clubs of Liberty Village at their west side. They also have excellent access to TTC transit routes on Bathurst Street and Spadina Avenue.
Seventy5 Portland has a friendly concierge, security system, welcoming community events as well as an enter phone system, meeting room, outdoor patio, party room and gym. You can find two story units with 18-foot concrete ceilings decorated by floor-to-ceiling glasses in aluminum frames and stunning terraces suspended over the street.
1- The Charlie Condos
The Charlie Condos is a high style urban building completed in 2013 with 36 stories and 314 units at the heart of the Entertainment District of Toronto. This eclectic condominium is located at the north of King West at 8 Charlotte Street just east of Spadina Avenue. The unique character of Charlie in the fast-growing part of Toronto made it one of the most sought-after condominiums in King West.
This classic and contemporary glass and brick tower with aluminum frame shows its elegant and fashionable presence dominating the historic neighbourhood emporiums. Residents of Charlie can find an exciting network of 50+ restaurants, lounges, bars and clubs in a quick walk around. Besides the fact that Charlie is surrounded by one of the most stylish fashion scenes in Toronto.
The suite sizes are different between 408 square feet up to approximately 2000 square feet. Charlie has a rooftop pool with a dining lounge area, a modern fitness room, landscaped garden patio and BBQ facilities with an astonishing view of downtown Toronto. It also has a 24/7-concierge service, theatre, party room, gym, steam room, billiard room, guest suites and visitor parking.