Located on Stafford Street just south of King West, Parc is a sleek ten-storey building featuring boutique Toronto lofts. With over 100 suites available from one-bedroom to two-bedrooms plus den, Parc specializes in long rectangular open-concept layouts replete with deep balconies. You can expect ten-foot exposed concrete ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, pre-engineered wood flooring, and sliding glass doors to balconies where you’ll find gas BBQ connections. With nice city views, Parc is set right in Toronto’s Entertainment District, only a short trip to the Rogers Centre stadium, the CN Tower, and the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, as well as all the shops, restaurants, bars and clubs of the King West neighbourhood.
Most Notable Features
Steps to the best of downtown: Just a few steps from King Street West, you will enjoy a home located in one of Toronto’s most exciting neighbourhoods. Filled with eclectic restaurants, bars, nightclubs, art-galleries and theatres, plus all the live-music venues along Queen Street West, you will always have something new and exciting to discover.
Stanley Park: With all the modern concrete and glass, downtown Toronto condos can sometimes feel cold and unnatural but Parc Loft Residences enjoys a fresh, enriching setting right next door to Stanley Park. A great place to walk your dog, meet neighbours, and take your kids to play baseball and other games.
Garden hose bibs: The balconies or terraces, depending on suite design, at Parc are all outfitted with hose bibs. That means you’ll have direct watering access if you want to maintain a garden of fresh herbs or seasonal vegetables, all within the comfort of home.
Living at 25 Stafford Street 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, and outdoor activities along Toronto’s waterfront. Some local hot spots to check out include Edulis Restaurant on Niagara Street for an interesting menu of wild and foraged Canadian foods, Ichiban Sushi on King Street, and for the coffee-lovers check out Thor Espresso Bar on Bathurst Street.
For local grocery stores you can find Fresh & Wild Food Market at the corner of Spadina and King, The Kitchen Table is right next door, and Loblaws can be found on Queen Street at Portland.
For a slice of greener scenery, Parc is of course right next door to Stanley Park, but you’re also 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.