Entertainment District Condominiums in Toronto are part of an exciting and dynamic neighbourhood. Though it’s already earned a reputation as a major hotspot in the city – thanks to an endless selection of bars, nightclubs and five-star restaurants – Toronto’s Entertainment District is poised for even more of an urban transformation.
In the last few years we’ve seen a significant increase in contemporary high-rises for this neighbourhood, while several are currently in the pre-construction or proposal stage. These include two luxury hotel and condominium residences, and a major transformation of the Princess of Wales Theatre, a few blocks east of this location. The transformation will add two condominium towers to the neighbourhood as well as significant retail, creative office space, an art gallery and a new campus for the Ontario College of Art and Design.
In anticipation of major growth for the area, the city of Toronto has launched a pilot study to modernize the transit system. As it stands, the King streetcar passes right by the site’s front door and it’s a few minute’s walk to the St. Andrew subway station. The Spadina streetcar also runs north and south just a block away, connecting directly with the subway’s line 2. It’s hard to imagine a site with better transit access.
As part of the city’s downtown “urban growth centre,” it’s a neighbourhood where density and infrastructure is expected to increase, creating even more of a vibrant and connected hub. As it stands, units here command some of the city’s highest rental rates and it’s popular with young professionals who work in the nearby Financial District and anyone who craves a high-energy urban environment to work and play in.
Top 5 Reasons to Live at King and Charlotte Condos
1. Location, location, location!
King West is known for district landmarks like the Financial District, the Entertainment District, and Fashion District to name a few, and are all reasons this pocket of downtown Toronto is buzzing, day and night. Enjoy such landmarks as The Rogers Centre, The Air Canada Centre, Ripley’s Aquarium, tons of popular pubs and delicious restaurants.
More Exciting Places to Visit:
TIFF Bell Lightbox
The Princes of Whales Theatre
CF Toronto Eaton Centre
Thai Princess Restaurant
Murder Mystery Toronto
2. Easily Accessible World-Class Transportation
Residents of King and Charlotte Condos can enjoy the perfect transit score of 100/100 by taking advantage of the world-class transit system surrounding this coveted location. The 514 Cherry, 504 King, 510 Spadina, 304 King, 310 Spadina streetcars and numerous buses run along King Steet.
Union and St. Andrew subway stations are also located nearby and will connect commuters to all the city has to offer.
3. Desirable Features & Finishes
Floor to ceiling windows
Individually controlled heating and air conditioning system w/ heat pump system
Slab style bathroom
Brushed chrome hardware
White painted interior walls
Exposed concrete ceilings
4. Renowned Builder and Developer
The visionaries behind King and Charlotte Condos is Plazacorp Urban Residential Communities. Since 1982, the Plazacorp philosophy of providing a uniformly high level of standard quality in every Plazacorp condominium has made their name synonymous with lasting value.
5. Great Investment Opportunity
King and Charlotte Condos will call the busiest pocket of the city home. King West businesses employ over 200,000 people and is within close proximity to schooling for all ages. This diverse neighbourhood continues to attract and cater to a plethora of lifestyles and demographics. Don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity buy in one of the cities’ best neighbourhoods.