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King Plaza

92 King St E, Toronto

For Sale
1
For Rent
0
Average Psf
$708(past 365 days)
Size Range
668-1069 sqft
Age Of Building
28 years

Overview
If you’re seeking affordable yet spacious downtown Toronto condos in a great location, King Plaza could be just the place for you. Located at the corner of King Street East and Church, King Plaza is a well-established residence in Toronto’s urban Core.
Constructed in 1991, the building stands at 17-storeys and offers 212 Toronto condos for sale and for rent. While the suites were originally designed as rental units only, they are now available to homeowners as modern condominiums. Ranging in size from one-bedroom to two-bedrooms plus den, the suites at King Plaza feature apartment style layouts with enclave kitchens, engineered hardwood flooring, upgraded stainless steel appliances and modern baths, plus bright windows in the living area and bedrooms for optimal sunlight. While the amenities are less extensive compared to newer condos in Toronto, King Plaza does offer a fitness centre and a party room along with other facilities and services for residents to enjoy.
But with King Street right on your doorstep, you will probably spend more time outside your home, exploring the neighbourhood from Yonge-Dundas Square and Toronto’s Eaton Centre to the St. Lawrence Market and Toronto’s Distillery District. It’s all within your reach.

Most Notable Features
Aged to perfection: Much like a strong wine, a well-managed condo gets better with age. King Plaza was built in 1991 and for over 20 years it has been offering quality Toronto condos for happy homeowners. Well-managed, King Plaza has been renovating when needed, maintaining standards, and ripening to a true value that only time can guarantee.
Rooftop garden: One of the best features of King Plaza is the beautiful, expansive rooftop garden and outdoor lounge above the first eight floors. Overlooking the King and Church intersection, it’s a wonderful place to relax after a busy day, enjoy the sun on the weekends, or host parties with your friends.
Newly renovated: The elevators and hallways at King Plaza have been recently renovated and the suites themselves show great pride of ownership. You'll find the layouts are thoughtful and unique, with more square footage for a lower price than most other condo buildings in the area, allowing for a lot of personalization and charm.

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Building Details 92 King St E

Storeys:
17
Units:
212
Corp #:
MTCC-954
Rooftop Deck
Concierge
Party Room
Visitor Parking
Meeting Room
Parking Garage
Pet Restriction
Security Guard
Security System

Maintenance Fees at King Plaza cover:

Air Conditioning
Common Element
Heat
Hydro
Building Insurance
Water
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Price Per Sqft Rank: 397th

Highest price per sqft out of 437 condos in Downtown

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condo Values : +0.9%

Year over year change in values at 92 King St E, Toronto

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708
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Avg Price per Sqft : $708/sqft

Based on 4 recent sales at 92 King St E, Toronto

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3.17
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Avg Rent Price per Sqft : $3.17/sqft

Based on 12 recent rentals at 92 King St E, Toronto

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Area Comparison : -28.0%

Less expensive than The Core condos for sale

15
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Avg days on Market : 15 days

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With a home at 92 King Street East, you’re in a fantastic spot for many neighbourhood trips. Enjoy some local eateries such as La Maquette on King for a French and Italian inspired menu, McVeigh’s Irish Pub on Church Street, and Pearl Diver on Adelaide for a homey seafood spot. You can also enjoy a variety of local designer boutiques such as bulthaup on King for sleek kitchen designs, furniture stores such as Italinteriors, and the popular Langton Salon near Frederick Street.
For some nearby green space, you can pop over to St. James Park, Moss Park, or head down to David Crombie Park near the St. Lawrence Market. For an evening’s entertainment, the AMC Theatre at Yonge-Dundas Square is only a short TTC trip away, or if you prefer a more quant cinema experience and a picturesque walk, the Rainbow Cinema Market Square is just down the street in Old Town.

If you are looking for transit, King Plaza enjoys TTC streetcar access right outside and it’s only a five-minute walk to the King Street subway station. If you're driving, you'll have easy access to the rest of Toronto by way of the Gardiner Expressway via the Jarvis St onramp.