Named after a 1960’s literary reading series, Bohemian Embassy is living proof of Queen West’s trendy character. Situated just east of Dufferin Street this expansive condo complex is a champion of urban style and functionality.
Standing at 19-storeys and spanning a whole city block, Bohemian Embassy houses 364 West End condos for sale and for rent across two towers. Ranging from one to two-bedrooms plus den, the suites are well known for their bright open concept layouts, nine-foot ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling windows. Many of the units also enjoy private balconies with views overlooking Queen Street. Loaded with energetic amenities, including party rooms, rooftop BBQ’s, and a pool, Bohemian Embassy is a chic condo residence that calls out to Toronto’s urban dwellers.
Right on Queen Street at the edge of Little Portugal, residents have many cafes and shops to explore, plus King Street West and Liberty Village to the south and Queen Street TTC on your doorstep.
Most Notable Features
Soft-loft styles: The full name of the development is Bohemian Embassy Flats & Lofts, which refers to the design style of most of the suites that feature soft-loft finishes. So if you like the idea of bright floor-to-ceiling windows, open airy living spaces, an at-home office, and a nook kitchen, then these Toronto condos are worth a look.
Street level convenience: Living on Queen Street has its perks, particularly the street level convenience. Not only will residents at Bohemian Embassy have TTC at their doorstep, you’ll also find CIBC bank, HCM Pharmacy, Curry’s Artists’ Materials, plus several delicious restaurants and hip bars.
Guest Suites: Among the many amenities at Bohemian Embassy, residents will have the use of Guest Suites, which are essentially hotel rooms that can be rented out for visiting friends and family. When you need a little extra room or privacy, the furnished space is waiting for you.
Living from 1169 – 1171 Queen Street West, you will enjoy a home nestled between Liberty Village and the charming residential neighbourhood known as Little Portugal. With many cafes, restaurants, and quaint shops along Queen Street and Dundas Street West, this area offers an urban experience that is more relaxed and ‘old-worldy’ compared to the bustle of downtown, but there are still local thrills such as The Drake Hotel. With growing opportunities for new businesses, the area is attracting many young ‘hip’ professionals in the art and design industries, with connections to nearby Liberty Village. The convenient TTC along Queen Street and King Street give residents easy access to the excitements of downtown including the Entertainment District and Toronto’s Financial District. Some local hangouts worth checking out include Nuit Social for lovers of cheese and wine, Wrongbar for a laid-back joint for live music and dance nights, and Duggan’s Brewery Parkdale for a bright brewpub with comfort food.
For nearby grocery stores, you can find several along Queen Street and King, including FreshCo, West End Food Co-op, Kings Food Market, as well as Metro in Liberty Village.
If you are someone who likes to lie out in the grass, there are several parks in the area, but most notably Trinity Bellwoods on Queen Street, which is a great spot for all kinds of outdoor recreation from baseball to picnics.
With a 93 neighbourhood Walk Score, you’ll find all your urban conveniences within walking distance. Queen Street West has great TTC service, and it’s also a main route for bicyclists. For drivers, the area is car-friendly and you can access the Gardiner Expressway via Dufferin Street.