Looking for Toronto lofts in a unique converted building that combines spacious functionality with urban appeal, then Westside Lofts is a must see.
Located right on the corner of King Street and Bathurst Street, Westside Lofts is a 14-storey converted office building with a unique clock-tower façade above a Second Cup and McDonald’s. The building offers over 200 lofts in the King West neighbourhood, ranging in size from one-bedrooms to two-bedrooms plus den, and a few three-bedroom units. Suites feature 11-foot ceilings, wide hallways, stainless steel appliances, large windows, as well as an energetic list of home amenities. Nestled in Toronto’s Entertainment District, you’re nearby to the Rogers Centre stadium, the CN Tower, and the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, as well as all the shops, restaurants, bars and clubs of King West.
Most Notable Features
Old and new: As a residence project converted from an office building, Westside Lofts has succeeded in blending the old with the new. With a retro-looking exterior, the building’s interior decorations and layouts are all fully modern. Some of the retro-charm can still be found in the games room where hardwood floors and a baby grand piano might remind you of days gone past.
Unique city views: Westside Lofts offers a very special city vista. Located in a unique spot that lets you see the city build up to the downtown core. Like a staircase you can see the buildings gradually rise in height as they approach the epicentre of Toronto.
Hop on TTC: A nice note for downtown travel, Westside Lofts enjoys instant access to TTC routes along King Street and Bathurst Street. No matter where you’re heading, these two routes can get you there. Oh, you’ll also find safe new bike lanes on Adelaide and Richmond Streets!
Living at Westside Lofts you will always have something to do on any given night. The building is a nice walk or TTC hop 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 Buca on King for rustic Italian fare, SpiritHouse Toronto on Adelaide, and Beast on Tecumseth Street for a classic menu designed for the Canadian carnivore.
For local grocery stores you can find Fresh & Wild Food Market at the corner of Spadina and King, The Kitchen Table is just down the street, and Loblaws can be found on Queen Street at Portland.
For a breath of outdoor space, Westside Lofts is just down the street from Stanley Park on King, and equal walking distance to either St. Andrew’s Playground on Adelaide or Victoria Memorial Park 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.