Monday, April 18, 2011

King+ Condos…Location, Location, Location!

Dramatic contrast found in the King+ showroom reflects the contrast in the building and suite design

We recently had the pleasure of attending King+ Condo’s highly anticipated preview of their sleek new boutique building at the corner of King St E and Sherbourne St.

VIP attendees were treated to catering by Mark McEwan and project information
Located in one of downtown Toronto’s most desirable neighbourhoods, this condo pegged to be an “urban residence that pays tribute to its heritage while celebrating the city’s future”, as explained by Steven Macaulay, a partner in Plus Development.  The modern 17-storey glass tower will sit atop a turn-of-the-century historic façade which the developers have carefully preserved and restored.

Models: Custom paneling in the kitchen and elegant bathroom finishes are coming along nicely

Designed by Tact Architecture and Mike Niven Interior Design, suites will be distinguished by open concept living spaces, vintage-style wide-plank laminate flooring, sleek European-inspired kitchens with custom paneled appliances, and elegant bathrooms with frameless glass showers.  An abundance of windows, balconies and terraces will make spaces feel bright and airy. 

At King+, residents will have easy access to the best that downtown Toronto has to offer.  Conveniently located just steps from the St Lawrence Market, George Brown College, Distillery District and other great landmarks, residents will find shopping, restaurants and other lifestyle amenities within walking distance.  For those who prefer to stay in, planned building amenities include a lounge, well-equipped fitness centre and comfortable guest suite.  When traveling a little further, residents can hop onto the King St streetcar right at their doorstep.

King+Condominiums will offer 132 suites ranging in size from 415 to 1,405 sq ft, with prices starting at $244,990.

Interested in this project?  Click here for more details or register at the official website for priority updates.