Occupying a prime urban spot just west of the vibrant Spadina Avenue, this sleek condominium will feature a 36-storey tower anchored by an 11-storey podium. The first two floors of the podium will include almost 37,000 square-feet of retail space. Retail access will be available through an airy galleria located at the building’s southwest corner.The unit mix at this new condos is expected to include 164 one-bedroom, 313 two-bedroom and 53 three-bedroom layouts. In total, the tower will feature 11,409 square metres of indoor amenity space on floors three and 12, with the entire twelfth floor reserved for indoor amenities. 11,590 square-feet of outdoor amenity space will also be included on these floors, including a northeast-facing outdoor terrace on the third floor and east and north facing terraces on the twelfth floor.
The tower will be a singular, rectangular-shaped structure, designed with vertical cladding in both dark and light tones for a contemporary and distinctive feel.
The King Street West and Charlotte Street intersection area is located in Toronto’s Entertainment District, close to excellent public transportation including the 503 Kingston/Charlotte Street Lop stop, the 504 King, 514 Cherry, and the 304 King rail line stops. The new condo site is also just a two-minute commute to Downtown Toronto via car or 13-minutes away via bus. Perfect 100/100 WalkScore, also perfect TransitScore of 100/100, good BikeScore of 60/100
Local and nearby attractions and landmarks in the area include the Princess of Wales Theatre, Graffiti Alley, Factory Theatre, the CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, Rogers Centre, The AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario), Royal Alexandra Theatre, Clarence Square Park, Simcoe Park, TIFF Bell Lightbox, Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Abbozzo Gallery, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Toronto Music Garden, Scotiabank Theatre, Roy Thomson Hall, Fort York National Historic Site, Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, Canadian Broadcasting Centre, Toronto Railway Museum, St. Andrew’s Church (architecture), and the Canadian Opera Company
Shopping venues in and around the area include the PATH (underground shopping complex), the CF Toronto Eaton Centre, Yorkdale Shopping Centre, Yonge Eglinton Centre, Humbertown Shopping Centre, Atrium on Bay, College Park, First Canadian Place, Brookfield Place, Commerce Court, Royal Bank Plaza, TD (Toronto Dominion) Centre, Scotia Plaza, Dufferin Mall, and Hudson’s Bay Centre
Nearby restaurant options include Jacobs & Co Steakhouse, Shoeless Joe’s Sport Grill, Ovest Cucina e Vineria, Buca, Lee Restaurant, Patria, The Cloak, Blowfish Restaurant & Sake Bar, Cibo Wine Bar, Weslodge Saloon, Baro, Lavelle, Earl’s Kitchen & Bar, Brassaii, Spice Route Asian Bistro & Bar, Bier Market, and Firkin on King