Corktown District Ⅰ at 549 King St E, Toronto 0
Corktown District Ⅰ at 549 King St E, Toronto 1

Corktown District Ⅰ

549-569 King St E & 52 Sumach St, Toronto

For Sale
2
For Rent
0
Average Psf
$1,030(past 365 days)
Size Range
450-2,400 sqft
Age Of Building
11 years

Overview
Corktown District I, located at the intersection of Sumach Street and King Street East, is an intimate boutique condo and loft building with contemporary styles and historic charm.
Consisting of three mid-rise buildings, Corktown District I offers 134 Toronto condos for sale and for rent, specializing in one-bedroom suites that feature bright floor to ceiling windows, polished concrete floors, ten-foot ceilings and contemporary kitchens with stone countertops. Most units enjoy outdoor balconies or terraces, perfect for relaxing after work and entertaining friends. And with an active array of amenities including a gym and rooftop patio, these Toronto lofts present an ideal situation for individuals seeking a stylish home in one of Toronto's most vibrant communities filled with galleries, markets and cafés and just minutes from the downtown Toronto core.

Most Notable Features:
Historic neighborhood: Located in Toronto’s Corktown, Corktown District I enjoys the charm of a historical neighbourhood. It’s one of Toronto’s oldest areas, drawing its name from the early Irish immigrants of the 1800s. So if you like the idea of living within a feeling of history, Corktown District I is a place to consider.
Soft loft living: Unique among downtown Toronto condos, the suites at Corktown District I are designed as soft lofts, while offering all the amenities of a modern condo building. Soft lofts give you the same bright and open vibe as classic hard lofts, but they bring a more modern style and design to the interior.
Car friendly: One great thing about Corktown District I is the property’s car-friendly philosophy. The developers knew that some residents may need to drive downtown for work, or even leave the city, and that’s why they designed a parking garage for residents, as well as visitor parking to make it easier for friends and family to visit.

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Building Details

Storeys:
7
Units:
134
Corp #:
TSCC-2156
Management Company:
1
Gym
1
Rooftop Deck
1
Party Room
1
Visitor Parking
1
BBQ Permitted
1
Media Room
1
Meeting Room
1
Parking Garage

Included in Maintenance Fees

1
Common Element
1
Heat
1
Water
1
Building Insurance
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Price Per Sqft Rank: 272th

Highest price per sqft out of 441 condos in Downtown

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condo Values : +1.8%

Year over year change in values at 549 King St E, Toronto

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1030
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Avg. Price per Sqft : $1030/sqft

Based on 7 recent sales at 549 King St E, Toronto

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3.76
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Avg. Rent Price per Sqft : $3.76/sqft

Based on 6 recent rentals at 549 King St E, Toronto

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Area Comparison : -9.0%

Less expensive than Corktown condos for sale

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Avg. days on Market : 9 days

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About 549 King St E, Toronto


With a loft style condo at King and Sumach Street, you will have a lot of interesting places to explore between Corktown, Liberty Village, Regent Park, and Leslieville to the east. Some good places to grab a bite are Magic Oven for delicious pizza, or you can venture a little further for a meal at Prohibition Gastrohouse, Sushi Bar, or Pizzaiolo. And if you love coffee, you can hang out at Odin Café + Bar. For those days you just want to be indoors, look no further than Enoch Turner Schoolhouse Museum and Special Events Venue, Theatre Museum Canada, IX Gallery and Fauteux A to keep you occupied for hours.
Nearby groceries can be picked up at FreshCo or Luciano’s NoFrills, and swing by Ray’s Discount and Convenience for any last minute purchases.
Your local green spaces are easy to find with Underpass Park, River Square and Corktown Common all within walking distance. Great places to get out of your condo and catch some fresh air or to take your dog for a walk.

For urban travellers afoot or on TTC, you are connected to downtown via King and Queen Streets, both providing streetcar service. If you're driving, you'll have easy access to the rest of Toronto by way of the Don Valley Parkway via the Don Roadway onramp.
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