Corktown District Ⅱ at 510 King St E, Toronto 0
Corktown District Ⅱ at 510 King St E, Toronto 1

Corktown District Ⅱ

510 King St E, Toronto

For Sale
For Rent
Average Psf
$1,116(past 365 days)
Size Range
416-1,777 sqft
Age Of Building
9 years

Located on King Street between Sumach and River Street, Corktown District II is an intimate condo building with a chic, high-modern vibe in one of Toronto’s oldest neighbourhoods.
Standing at eight-storeys, Corktown District II offers 192 Toronto condos for sale and for rent, featuring one and two-bedroom layouts in soft-loft designs. The suite interiors showcase open-concept living areas with polished concrete floors, ten-foot ceilings and contemporary kitchens with stone countertops. Most units enjoy a private balcony or terrace, perfect for relaxing after work and entertaining friends. And with an active array of amenities including a gym and rooftop patio, these Toronto lofts are ideal 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
King meets Queen: Corktown District II has a great location right where King Street joins with Queen Street, creating a neighborhood junction with access via TTC or on foot to many top Toronto areas including the Distillery District, Queen Street West, the Entertainment District, the St. Lawrence Market, and Leslieville.
Boutique soft-lofts: Corktown District II is a unique building among downtown Toronto condos because the suites are designed as modern soft lofts. While offering all the amenities of a new condo building, residents also get to enjoy the boutique, exclusive vibe of loft living.
Great rooftop patio: One great thing about Corktown District II is the property’s rooftop patio. Complete with eco-friendly innovations to collect rainwater for natural irrigation, the rooftop patio is a smoke-free environment and provides residents a beautiful spot to relax after work, entertain friends, or sit out under the stars at night.

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BBQ Permitted
Beanfield Fibre Available
Bike Storage
Media Room
Meeting Room

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Price Per Sqft Rank: 127th

Highest price per sqft out of 446 condos in Downtown

condo Values : +8.3%

Year over year change in values at 510 King St E, Toronto

Avg. Price per Sqft : $1116/sqft

Based on 14 recent sales at 510 King St E, Toronto

Avg. Rent Price per Sqft : $3.21/sqft

Based on 15 recent rentals at 510 King St E, Toronto

Area Comparison : +5.3%

More expensive than Corktown condos for sale

Avg. days on Market : 6 days

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About 510 King St E, Toronto

With a boutique loft at 510 King Street, you will have a lot of interesting places to explore between Corktown, The Distillery District, Regent Park, and Leslieville to the east. Some good places to grab a bite are Impact Kitchen for a nutritious menu, or you can venture a little further for a meal at Aft Kitchen & Bar and Corktown Kitchen. If you love coffee, you can hang out at Odin Café + Bar or pop over to Sumach Espresso a block to the north. 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.
Your nearest grocery stores are FreshCo and Luciano’s NoFrills, but you can easily swing by Ray’s Discount and Convenience for any last minute purchases.
For some local green space just take a short walk to Regent Park, River Square and Corktown Common all within walking distance. All 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 24-hour 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 as well as Lake Shore Blvd and the Gardiner Expressway vis Parliamnet St.
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