If you’re seeking a downtown Toronto condo that actually delivers on the promise of luxury, privacy, and royally inspired comforts, The King Edward Private Residences is hard to beat.
Located on King Street near Yonge, just north of the St. Lawrence Market area, right down the street from TTC subway access, The King Edward Private Residences has a topnotch downtown location matched only by the building’s royally inspired design and luxurious host of amenities, including room service. There are over 145 condos for sale and for rent, from studios to two bedrooms. This Toronto condo also boasts a long history, so if you believe that walls can talk you’re in the right place.
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Live in the limelight: King Street East at Victoria Street, literally one block from Yonge Street, and just a brief walk to the St. Lawrence Market, residents at the King Edward are living in a limelight location. It’s a place people will want to see, and a place you’ll probably like to show off.
Historical comforts: Opened in 1903 as a luxury hotel to rival Montreal’s Windsor Hotel or the Chateau Frontenac in Quebec City, The King Edward retains the same philosophy of royal comfort to this day with its Private Residences. Enjoy the grand rotunda lobby for welcoming guests, friends, and colleagues, a professional concierge and valet-parking, an extensive fitness centre and spa, and even room service. Residents also have access to the hotels restaurant and bar. So if luxurious comfort is what you want, look no further.
Private and secure: The King Edward Private Residences are exactly that: private. Residents have separate and secure entrances into their suites, with full access to the hotel lobby and hotel services.
Right downtown and within St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood, you’ll have endless shops, cafes and restaurants to discover. Enjoy the boutiques of the Distillery District, and the fresh fruits and vegetables of the St. Lawrence Market. Within your own home there is the Consort Bar and Lounge and Victoria’s Fine Dining Restaurant, while nearby you’ll find Bartender One on King Street or Wildfire Steak House and Wine Bar on Colborne Street.
For groceries and other household items, get everything you need at King Groceries on King Street or Metro on Front Street, as well there is a Shoppers Drug Mart at Adelaide and Bay.
For a touch of something green, you are close by to St. James Park and Berczy Park. As well, you’re only a TTC trip from the waterfront, Sherbourne Common and Sugar Beach.
Right downtown, you can walk just about anywhere you need to go. The TTC streetcar on King is right out your door, and the Yonge-University subway line is just down the street. If you drive, you can access the Gardiner Expressway within minutes via Yonge Street.