Found on King Street West near the corner of Shaw, DNA3 is the final building in a three-phase development of hip downtown Toronto condos. Standing at 14-storeys of sleek and shining glass, DNA3 is actually two modern buildings with a connected pathway that offer over 600 King West condos for sale and for rent. Suites range in size from bachelor to two-bedrooms plus den with nine-foot exposed concrete ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood flooring, stainless steel appliances, private balconies, plus an exciting list of building amenities. An ideal spot for the live-work lifestyle, DNA3 is nestled within Toronto’s Entertainment District, close to Liberty Village and only a short trip to the Rogers Centre, the CN Tower, and the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, as well as all the shops, restaurants, bars and clubs of King West.
Most Notable Features
Liberty Village: DNA3 is located on the frontier of Toronto’s Liberty Village, a growing neighbourhood of creative entrepreneurial companies in media, film, web and design. It’s a lively and energetic area for young professionals, with outdoor sports fields, rock-climbing centers, and an expanding menu of restaurants, shops and bars.
Indoor rain room: Residents at DNA3 enjoy an exciting and unique list of building amenities, most notably an indoor rain room with teak slate flooring. Instead of a swimming pool, which can mean higher maintenance fees, a rain room is a fun and economic way of enjoying the same refreshment of cool flowing water after a strong work out, or simply to relax and socialize.
Many suite choices: As part of a three-phase Canderel Stoneridge residence development, the DNA buildings have over 1,000 suites available. So if the hip, trendy King West and Liberty Village vibe speaks to you, then DNA3 is bound to give you a condo to match.
Living at 1030 King Street West you will always have something to do on any given night. The building is a nice walk or TTC hop from the Rogers Centre, where you can enjoy watching your favourite baseball player hit a home run, or you could explore the deep-sea thrills of Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada. Not to mention boutique shopping and restaurants along King West’s Fashion and Entertainment Districts, Queen Street music and shows, outdoor activities along Toronto’s waterfront, and the up-and-coming boutique design hubs of Liberty Village. Some local hot spots to check out include Magic Oven on Jefferson Avenue for great pizza and gluten-free options, Sushi 930 on King Street, and Mildred’s Temple Kitchen on Hanna Avenue for weekend brunch.
For local grocery stores you can find Kings Market at the corner of Shaw and King, as well as Nutrition House and Metro 24-hours both inside Liberty Village off Lynn Williams Street.
For a slice of greener scenery, DNA3 is right down the street from the charmingly landscaped Massey Harris Park, as well as very close to both Trinity Bellwoods Park and the trails of Garrison Common.
The King West neighbourhood has a 90+ Walk Score, with nearby bicycle-friendly streets like Adelaide and Wellington. If you want to zip around the city, the King streetcar can connect you with north-south lines like Bathurst and Spadina, the Yonge-University subway and Union Station. For car-owners, King West is a drive-easy area with access to the Gardiner Expressway via Spadina Avenue onramp and the 401 via Bathurst and Allen Road.