Residents here are within walking distance to Toronto’s Entertainment District. Sports fans and music lovers will appreciate being so close to Rogers Centre and the Air Canada Centre – where they can catch games and concerts.
Urban parks add some greenery, with Clarence Square and St. Andrew’s Market and Playground. Runners, walkers and bikers will appreciate King West Village’s proximity to the Toronto Waterfront Trail. The Gardiner Expressway is also nearby, offering quick and easy access for commuters and travelers, coming and going from town.
The area represents the success – especially when it comes to offering conveniences – of marrying commercial and residential spaces together. If condominium living is appealing to you, this may be your spot, with numerous low and mid-rise buildings offering lots of choice. There are also a number of loft spaces for those who cherish authentic factory living.
King West Village’s neighbor is Niagara, home to Toronto’s Fashion district. The housing stock is similar, in that there are mixed use buildings, with both the business of life of the business of commerce sharing space abundantly. The housing stock can be mostly characterized by contemporary condos, turn-of-the-century row housing and a smattering of warehouse conversions.