A stylish low-rise building featuring Toronto condos that are perfect for an active live and work downtown experience, Icon II is a must see.
Located on Wellington Street between Blue Jays Way and John Street, Icon II is part of a joint residence project with Icon I. A little bit taller than it’s neighbour, Icon II stands at 18-storeys with a soft concrete, brick and glass exterior, covered balconies, and a welcoming fountain inlaid lobby. The building hosts over 300 King West condos for sale and for rent, with bright and spacious suites ranging from one-bedroom to two-bedrooms plus den, as well as two-level suites on the 16th floor. You should expect wide multi-pane windows, hardwood floors, walkout balconies with sliding glass doors, and an energetic list of amenities. Nearby to the Rogers Centre stadium, the CN Tower, and the InterContinental Toronto Centre, as well as all the shops, restaurants, bars and clubs of King West, Icon II creates a real downtown living experience.
Most Notable Features
Life of the city: Living at Icon II you are in a perfect spot to seize every day in Toronto’s Entertainment District. Right around the corner you will find The Second City Toronto, known for comedy showcases and acting classes. Not to mention TIFF Bell Lightbox, Princess of Wales Theatre, and Toronto Dance Salsa Inc., perfect for beginners.
Community feel: With only eighteen floors, Icon II is a smaller more community engaged building. Known for attracting young working professionals, the building also maintains a helpful building website and a community Facebook page.
Many suite choices: As a duel-tower residence, Icon I & II offer over 540 downtown Toronto condos in total. So if you like the idea of living and working in the Entertainment District, you have a good chance of finding a suitable suite to match your needs.
Living at 250 Wellington you will always have something to do on any given night. The building is just a short walk 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 restaurants to check out include Senses Bakery, Bar and Restaurant on Wellington Street, Wayne Gretzky’s on Blue Jays Way, and the stylish Victor Restaurant of the Hotel Le Germain on Mercer Street.
For local grocery stores you can find JC Foodlane at the corner of Wellington and Blue Jays Way, Metro Centre Marketplace on Wellington, and Fresh and Wild Food Market on Spadina.
For a breath of outdoor space, Icon II is very close to Clarence Square Dog Park on Spadina and the David Pecaut Square on Wellington.
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.