With fifteen years of history in the St. Lawrence neighbourhood, beautiful park views, and charming character, King George Square condos is a must see for anyone seeking a comfortably regal Toronto lifestyle. A Burka-Varacalli design, King George Square retains the Old Town architecture of brick and stone, blending nicely with the aged appeal of the surrounding area and overlooking the St. James Park and Cathedral. With over 150 units, spread across 15-storeys, the downtown Toronto condo is a suitable place for both experienced and first time buyers.
Most Notable Features
Fresh, green living: The city can sometimes feel crowded and stuffy but not at King George Square, just steps from the park. Imagine morning walks to work through the refreshing smell of green grass and the shaded sunlight of tall trees, unwinding in the evening to a cool, fresh breeze while gazing up at the towers of the Saint James Cathedral. It’s all within a few steps of the comforts of home. Sophisticated comfort: Adding to the charm of King George Square, the building has its own library and is also pet-friendly. Both features speak to the condominium’s accommodating and sophisticated atmosphere. Imagine long dog-walks through the streets and parks of the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood, then returning to a fire-crackling lobby and an evening atop the Toronto skyline with a good book. Royal amenities: Residents can enjoy a professional, 24-hour concierge, a private gym, a party and billiards room, and a rooftop terrace with a hot tub, enriched only by the serene vistas of the city. Invite your friends or enjoy it all yourself.
Found at 168 King Street East at George Street, the number of local cafes, restaurants, bars, and boutique shops is head-spinning. A few gems include Le Petit Dejeunner at King and George St. for delicious Belgian breakfast, Paganelli’s Risotteria for northern Italian cuisine, and Sakura Ichiban Japanese Restaurant on Adelaide. And you’re only a short walk from the restaurants of the Distillery District and fresh food vendors of the St. Lawrence Market. A short TTC trip from The Financial District, the Eaton Centre, the Lakeshore, and Queen Street shops and café’s, the city is waiting. Local grocery stores, Rabba and Metro, are just down the street. For an evening’s entertainment, Rainbow Cinema Market Square is wonderful spot, a retro-style movie-theatre, only a short walk away. As well, the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts presents live music and theatrical performances. Open, airy green spaces such as St. James Park, David Crombie Park, and Berczy Park are all within walking distance from your front door.
With the King Street streetcar just steps away from your door, and the Gardiner Expressway easily accessed via the Sherbourne onramp, the whole of Toronto is readily seized for any need or adventure.