Condo Features 109-95 Bathurst Street. This peaceful two-bedroom, two-bathroom, courtyard-facing suite is one of only two units on this level. Beautiful and family friendly, the smart layout is perfect for couples and families alike. The over-sized master with ensuite and generous his and hers closets leads out to a welcoming living and dining area accented with 7-inch baseboards, exposed concrete ceilings and updated LED lighting. The kitchen, with a large island, granite counters, tile backsplash and pantry, is spacious, modern and perfect for entertaining. One parking space and on-site storage locker are included in this home that’s just steps from the best dining and shops that King-West has to offer.
This boutique low rise building offers everything you’d expect including a 24hr concierge, gym and beautiful courtyard space for outdoor entertaining.
Stainless steel fridge, stove, dishwasher, range hood, microwave, washer and dryer, closet organizers, LED and track lighting, Parking, and Gym All Electrical Light Fixtures and Window Coverings.
King West Village with its eclectic mix of restaurants, retail and fitness hotspots offers sleek downtown living at its best. Excellent access to public transport, supermarkets, theatres and parks, this downtown hub offers the best of downtown living.
Schools Ryerson Community School • Harbord Collegiate Institute • Pierre Elliot Trudeau • É Élém Gabrielle-Roy • Collège français secondaire • Downtown Vocal Music Academy of Toronto • The Grove Community School • Central Toronto Academy • St. Mary Catholic School • ÉSC Saint-Frère-André • ÉÉC du Sacré-Coeur-Toronto • St. Michael's Choir School • St. Joseph's College School • Discovering Minds Montessori • Cornerstone Preparatory (Toronto Campus)
Transit A myriad of streetcar routes on Bathurst and King Streets and on Spadina Avenue will connect passengers to either the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line or the Bloor subway line. Motorists are just minutes from the Gardiner Expressway and Lakeshore Boulevard which link to all the major highways leading into and out of the city. All commuting times provided are approximate times only. Commute times may increase or decrease depending on where you live within the neighbourhood and the time of day i.e rush hour versus off hour commutes. Time estimates to subway are applicable to Toronto only. (This estimate is based on walk or bus line connection whichever is quicker). All other commute times on the chart below are based on drive times
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Neighbourhood King West Village is one of Toronto's fastest growing neighbourhoods. It has been compared to the Soho neighbourhood in New York. King West Village is especially popular with young urban professionals, both singles and couples, who desire an urban lifestyle close to their downtown offices and within walking distance of Toronto's entertainment district.
In additional to residential options King West Village also includes: commercial office space, and one of the most active nightclub and bar scenes in Toronto. The Thompson Hotel located at 550 Wellington Street West has become a popular neighbourhood landmark.
Lifestyle You do not have to leave the neighbourhood to furnish your condominium. There are many stylish home furnishing shops and art galleries in the area that cater to the tastes of the young urban professionals that live in this neighbourhood. Fitness and lifestyle related businesses have also set up shop here. Grocery stores are nearby and general stores with all the essentials are readily accessible.
Toronto’s Chinatown district on Spadina Avenue is a short walk north of this neighbourhood. Food markets are plentiful here. Kensington Market to the north is also within walking distance. This old world market will delight the senses with the sounds of international music and the scent of exotic spices emanating from the eclectic mix of shops and restaurants.
Recreation Victoria Memorial Square located at Wellington and Portland Streets is Toronto’s first military cemetery. A war monument and interpretive plaques in this park commemorate Canada’s fallen soldiers. Today, this urban park represents where new lives are starting and new stories are being told. Clarence Square situated at Spadina Avenue and Wellington Street West is a residential urban park that harkens back to the Victorian era. Clarence Terrace a row of historic townhouses facing the square from the north provides a nice visual backdrop for this neighbourhood green space. St. Andrew’s Market and Playground is a small park located at Bathurst Street and Adelaide Street West. It is the first Toronto park to have a playground for children. The playground and other park features have recently been upgraded.
King West Village is within walking distance of the Toronto waterfront trail which is perfect for walking, jogging and bicycling. Sports fans will delight in the fact that Air Canada Centre and Rogers Centre, the home of Toronto’s professional sports teams are also within walking distance.
The Arts are also represented here with numerous galleries and studios nearby and live theatre and musical performances on King Street.