King West and Liberty Village Real Estate

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700 King Street West #1112 - Central Toronto - King West Village

700 King Street West #1112
Central Toronto - King West Village

$549,000

Spacious, “Clock Tower” Loft in Trendy King West!

Panoramic sunny south facing loft with premium Lake & CN Tower views! Spacious true 2 bedroom plus generous den, stylish nearly new kitchen and both luxurious full baths.

Over 1050 square feet - great layout for entertaining and room enough for 2 roommates to share, or siblings to buy together, or a young family to grow into. Enjoy high end finishes, quality appliances, upgrades and designer touches throughout!

Ownership of 1 underground parking spot conveniently located on the first level close to the entrance. Ownership of 1 very large storage locker located on the same floor as the suite.

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50 Joe Shuster Way #219 - Central Toronto - King West Village

50 Joe Shuster Way #219
Central Toronto - King West Village

$339,900

Modern 2-level Townhome designed for turnkey downtown living! Well-planned layout with a spacious feel. Located in the much desired location between Queen West and King West and just steps to Liberty Village – a young, hip, urban, and friendly neighbourhood.

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50 Lynn Williams Street #1508 - Central Toronto - King West Village

50 Lynn Williams Street #1508
Central Toronto - King West Village

$310,888

Chic Condo in Prime Liberty Village!

Beautifully upgraded oasis in the sky! Sun-filled, south-west premium facing suite with unobstructed, panoramic views overlooking the cityscape and Lake Ontario!

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1 Shaw Street Suite #114 - Central Toronto - King West Village

1 Shaw Street Suite #114
Central Toronto - King West Village

$314,900

Stunning and much sought after 2-storey south-facing loft in the popular DNA condos at 1 Shaw. Move right in!

Soaring concrete ceilings, wall-to-wall floor-to-ceiling windows and light wood laminate floors. Modern décor, painted in soothing earth tones throughout.

Spacious open-concept living/dining room layout is ideal for entertaining. Suite is bathed in natural light all year long. Feels much larger than it is!

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705 King Street West #1614 - Central Toronto - King West Village

705 King Street West #1614
Central Toronto - King West Village

$322,500

Beautifully Upgraded Suite!
Often compared to the “Soho” neighbourhood in New York! Live in one of downtown Toronto's hottest neighbourhoods! Prime King West Village – next to lively Liberty Village!
Unobstructed lovely West views have not changed in 20 years! Enjoy beautiful sunsets, fireworks and the changing seasons via the canopy of trees.
Comfortable living space & layout boasting quality finishes, newer appliances & designer touches!

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23 Sudbury Street #2304 - Central Toronto - King West Village

23 Sudbury Street #2304
Central Toronto - King West Village

$484,900

Spacious, 2 level, renovated stacked condo-townhouse with over $25,000 in recent upgrades! Lucky for the new owner!
With a WalkScore of 92/100 this coveted location is steps to everything you could want or need. Queen West, King West and Liberty Village are in close proximity and it’s an easy walk to the downtown core.
Tucked in off the main street, this is a very quiet location in a friendly community.

Happy Client Testimonials:

    King West Village is a dynamic community of condos, townhouses, eclectic shops, fashionable restaurants and bars minutes from downtown Toronto by the TTC.

    King West Village is one of Toronto's fastest growing neighbourhoods. 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.

    King West Village now has the added cache of being the host neighbourhood for the Toronto International Film Festival which takes place annually in September. This festival attracts mega-stars to premiere screenings and creates a buzz throughout the whole neighbourhood and the entire city. The headquarters for the festival is the TIFF Bell Lightbox theatre on King West, which is surrounded by glitzy new condominium buildings that reflect the urbanesque lifestyle enjoyed by residents of this neighbourhood.

    Toronto at Night
    Toronto at Night
    Entertainment District
    Entertainment District

    Where there were once huge industrial operations and factories like Macgregor Socks, now sit modern Victorian-style townhomes. Where streets named Massey and Battery Road evoke the manufacturing plants that built the city, now rise spectacular lofts and condominiums served by retail and big box stores such as Dominion, offering nearby cafés, art galleries, trendy bars and restaurants, and parks that provide places to walk, bicycle, rollerblade, and entertain friends.

    The area roughly bordered by Spadina, Front, Adelaide and Bathurst is alive with construction and demolition, renovations and renewals. Developers are grabbing every available lot in the King West area, driving out long-time fixtures and pushing up values. Six recent land sales in the will see 1000 new condominium units, some of them very deluxe indeed, constructed.

    Parkdale Shops
    Parkdale Shops
    Queen West
    Queen West

    Contributing to the appeal of the neighbourhood is its rich history: the old factory buildings and warehouses along King & Wellington streets, the famous Wheat Sheaf Tavern which has been a Bathurst & King fixture for more than 150 years, and Victoria Memorial Park, which is actually a cemetery for some of the dead of the war of 1812 and is currently undergoing a $1 million restoration. While King West Village has already lost some of its unique mixed use appeal due to all the changes, the majority of the historical King West buildings are protected, and it is hoped this preservation will prevent the loss of its lively, pedestrian-friendly feel.

    The flavour of King West is found not only in its historical roots, but in the modern conveniences of great shops, independent galleries, restaurants and clubs. King West is also parks, carwashes, fitness centers, health food shops and yoga classes. The Scadding Court Community Centre offers great recreational programming, and the local parks include:

    • Trinity Bellwoods
    • Coronation Park
    • Marilyn Bell Park
    Trinity Bellwoods
    Trinity Bellwoods
    Trinity Bellwoods
    Trinity Bellwoods

    But what really makes King West is the genuine sense of community ? residents say that they actually know their neighbours, and see the same people jogging down the street, shopping and having espresso. It's this ambience of community that pervades King West and allows the people here to be at home with urban living.

    King West Buildings
    King West Buildings

    The location provides residents very easy access to Toronto's business and financial districts ? minutes by car or streetcar, while the frequent Bathurst streetcar connects to the Bloor Line in minutes. Famous destinations such as the Skydome, Exhibition Place, Harbourfront, Fort York and the Toronto Islands are also all very accessible.  Though King West/Liberty Village has a mostly adult vibe, its local public schools include:

    • Givins-Shaw Jr. & Sr. School
    • Niagara Street Jr. School
    • Alexander Muir and Gladstone School
    • Hillcrest Jr. P.S.
    • Parkdale C.I.
    • West Toronto C.I.
    • A selection of alternative secondary schools

    The Sanderson Branch of the Toronto Pulic Library, at 327 Bathurst St., and the Parkdale Branch at 1303 Queen St. West are convenient to students living in the area.

    King West and Liberty Village Hotel
    King West and Liberty Village Hotel

    Liberty Village is a 43-acre master-planned community, combining residential, commercial and retail uses. This neighbourhood is attracting young professionals in media, high-tech and design businesses who live and work in the urban core.

    There is a gritty, urban feel and a unique vibrancy to Liberty Village, which emanates from the red brick Victorian industrial architecture that dominates the streetscape. The tall chimney smoke stacks that project from some of these old buildings serve as neighbourhood landmarks

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    1. I first read about the rave reviews of INIGO in Toronto Life Magazine and thought I’d check it out for myself. Along with revitalizing an address that was infamous for bike thievery, this new Queen West eatery is definitely worth checking out. Inigo offers reasonably-priced roasted chickens (grain-fed and free-range), as well as “other species” (as listed on their menu). Everything is separately-priced, allowing you to create your own meal. We had the peruvian chicken on brown rice with a quinoa salad and a refreshing fennel and orange salad that I was still thinking about the next day.

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