A bit of a quieter pace, The King East offers homeowners an exciting experience of downtown Toronto condo living.
At the corner of King and Parliament in Old York, one of the original ten blocks of the city of Toronto, The King East combines history with an evocatively original, urban design of 15-storeys, red brick, exposed concrete and sleek glass. If you’re seeking St. Lawrence Market condos for sale, a place you can call home, with premium finishes and all the amenities, The King East is certainly worth your time.
Most Notable Features
Trendy new location: In the up-and-coming King East neighbourhood, you’ll enjoy on-the-doorstep access to Toronto's boutique Distillery District, while living at the forefront of trendy Toronto real estate. Just a short trip from St. Lawrence Market area and Yonge Street, you’re also neighbouring Leslieville’s shops and restaurants.
Expansive outdoor space: Definitely a top feature of The King East is the inviting outdoor space and balconies, offering beautiful vistas of Toronto’s east end. Enjoy expansive outdoor terraces on the sixth floor, as well as balconies equipped with BBQ gas line hookups. Complimenting the quieter pace of the building, there is an abundance of local green space such as Cherry Beach, Corktown Common, and the Don River Trails.
Define your own home: The King East shines with homeowner personality and uniqueness. The people define the building just as much as the building defines the people.
Situated on the northwest corner of Parliament and King, you’re in a good spot for many neighbourhood trips. Enjoy local hot spots such as Veritas on King for local ingredient dishes, Toba on Sherbourne for vegetarian food, and the scenic Weezie’s on King East. There are also local boutiques such as bulthaup on King for sleek kitchen designs, furniture stores such as Italinteriors, and the popular Langton Salon near Frederick Street.
Need some entertainment, the AMC Theatre at Yonge-Dundas Square is only a short TTC jaunt away. Or if you prefer a more quant cinema experience and a picturesque walk, the Rainbow Cinema Market Square is just down on Front Street.
The area has a walking score of 95, and there are readily accessible TTC options along King. If you’re a driver, the Gardiner Expressway is easily accessed via Lower Sherbourne Street.