With a sleek white concrete and glass exterior, 75 Portland really stands out in the King West neighbourhood. Inside, you’ll find over 200 King West condos for sale and for rent, all of which feature exposed concrete ceilings and exposed pillars, creating chic and warm Toronto lofts. As open-concept layouts, the suite sizes range from bachelor to two-bedrooms, plus private balconies and a nice list of building amenities. Right in the center of the King West scene, 75 Portland enjoys an endless line-up of fashionable bars, clubs, and fine dining restaurants for breakfast, lunch and dinner, while halfway between TTC routes on Bathurst Street and Spadina Avenue, the rest of the city lies open for you to explore.
Most Notable Features
Designed by Phillipe Starck: A French designer whose work can be seen all over the world, Phillipe Starck is known for transforming condo spaces into irresistibly luxurious homes. He has worked in New York, London, Tokyo, and fashioned himself a career as one of the people responsible for trending the term “modern design.” Case-in-point: 75 Portland.
Friendly vibe: Though the extravagant design of 75 Portland can seem intimidating at first, a friendly concierge, and plenty of community events will very quickly make this building feel like home. 75 Portland has a varied resident base, so you're likely to make friends and enjoy your neighbours.
The axis of King West: Living at 75 Portland at King Street West, you are at the axis of one of Toronto’s hottest neighbourhoods. That would sound like a cliché, if it weren’t completely true! Whether you go east towards the Entertainment District, or west into Toronto’s Liberty Village, you will discover exciting restaurants, clubs, art galleries, and theatres all within reach from 75 Portland.
The King West neighbourhood is famous for its dining, so naturally there are some amazing restaurants just a few steps away like The One That Got Away, 2 Cats Cocktail Lounge, and Forno Cultura. As for entertainment, there are both live and cinematic theatres in the area, plus many bars and clubs. You're also only a few blocks away from several art galleries, museums and shopping.
For young families with children, there are several elementary schools all within a few kilometres of this building. All other necessities like banks, grocery stores and pharmacies can be found along King Street. If parks are your preferred way to spend a Saturday, then you can find Victoria Memorial Park only a few meters away. If you want to take your pooch for a walk, you can find Stanley Dog Park about a ten-minute walk away.
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.