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Kings Landing at 480 Queens Quay W, Toronto 0
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Kings Landing

460 Queens Quay W & 480 Queens Quay W, Toronto

For Sale
4
For Rent
3
Average Psf
$927(past 365 days)
Size Range
1,215-4,472 sqft
Age Of Building
32 years

Overview
If living on Toronto’s Waterfront nieghbourhood and cycling along the boardwalk is your idea of heaven, then stop and take a look at Kings Landing, located on Queens Quay West near Spadina Avenue.
Designed by Canadian architect Arthur Erickson, Kings Landing stands at 11-storeys on the north side of Toronto’s well-known Queens Quay, recognized easily by the tiered outdoor terraces and spectacular rooftop gardens descending toward the lake. The property offers 101 Toronto condos for sale and for rent, ranging from one-bedroom apartments to two-bedrooms plus den, as well as select three-bedroom units. With notably large floor plans, the suites feature solid-core double entry doors, open-concept living areas with hardwood floors, separate modern kitchens and spa-inspired bathrooms.
And to top it all off, residents at Kings Landing will enjoy an excellent line-up of amenities fit for every style of leisure, not to mention you’re within walking distance to many major Toronto attractions such as the Rogers Centre, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, and the CN Tower.

Most Notable Features
Generous layouts: With one, two and three-bedroom designs ranging from roughly 1,200 to 4,400 square-feet, the suites at Kings Landing have enough space to suit every taste and style. What's more, most of the suites feature a separate entrance foyer, Pompeii-style bathtubs and glass-enclosed showers.
Amenities: Although it’s an older property, the amenities at Kings Landing are easily comparable to newer downtown Toronto condos, with an indoor salt-water swimming pool, a whirlpool, a sauna, and an exercise room. That’s not all. This building also boasts two sun decks, tennis courts and a golf driving range.
TTC convenience: A great convenience for residents at Kings Landing, there is direct TTC access just down the street at Spadina and Queens Quay. Zip over to Union Station within minutes, or head north along Spadina Avenue to King Street and the downtown core.

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Building Details 480 Queens Quay W

Storeys:
11
Units:
101
Corp #:
MTCC-781
1
Pool
1
Public Transit
1
Parking Garage
1
Pet Restriction
1
Sauna
1
Security Guard
1
Security System
1
Tennis Court
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Included in Maintenance Fees

1
Common Element
1
Building Insurance
1
Parking
1
Water
325
th
Price Per Sqft Rank: 325th

Highest price per sqft out of 476 condos in Downtown

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1.1
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condo Values : +1.1%

Year over year change in values at 480 Queens Quay W, Toronto

$
927
/sqft
Avg. Price per Sqft : $927/sqft

Based on 4 recent sales at 480 Queens Quay W, Toronto

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3.59
/sqft
Avg. Rent Price per Sqft : $3.59/sqft

Based on 1 recent rentals at 480 Queens Quay W, Toronto

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12.2
%
Area Comparison : -12.2%

Less expensive than The Waterfront condos for sale

39
days
Avg. days on Market : 39 days

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About 480 Queens Quay W, Toronto

There are quite a few restaurants to choose from around 480 Queens Quay W. Some good places to grab a bite are Iruka Sushi and Loch & Quay. Venture a little further for a meal at Chen Chen’s Nashville Hot Chicken, Heart Clean Eats or Sansotei Ramen. If you love coffee, you're not too far from Starbucks located at 10 Lower Spadina Avenue. Groceries can be found at Sobeys which is a 3-minute walk and you'll find Lakefront Medical Pharmacy nearby as well. Toronto Railway Museum and Fort York: Garrison Common are both in close proximity to Kings Landing and can be a great way to spend some down time. For nearby green space, Toronto Music Garden, Southern Linear Park and Canoe Landing Park could be good to get out of your condo and catch some fresh air or to take your dog for a walk.


The Waterfront neighbourhood enjoys many smooth and easy travel options, with an 85 Walk Score for those who prefer to get around on foot. There are two nearby streetcar lines heading north along Spadina and east to Union Station where you can connect to Toronto’s subway system. For car owners, closest highway is the Gardiner Expressway via Spadina Avenue and Lake Shore Boulevard.
Shauna Arthurs
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