510 King St E Unit #228
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Clean lines, polished concrete floors and light for days. This one-bedroom condo on King East uses every available inch. A welcome change from a ‘bowling lane’ layout, this wide unit maximizes living space, with modern lines that accentuate loft-inspired features like exposed ducts, high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows.
The open plan living/dining kitchen has room for a real dining table and the kitchen features generous storage, stone countertops and stainless steel appliances. A built-in work-space makes working from home a breeze without sacrificing living space. And, the living room grows by 130 square feet in warmer weather. The large, south-facing terrace is the perfect place to relax after work or entertain friends (when we can) with a gas hookup for BBQing.
The quiet bedroom is at the back of the unit, set back from the street. There’s a walk-in closet with ample storage to help corral any clutter. Plus, there’s an entry closet and an additional closet with ensuite laundry in the hall. The unit also includes a storage locker, parking and a large terrace – a rare find for one-bedroom condos in this area.
- Gym/Fitness Room
- Visitor parking
- Party room
- Rooftop deck/garden
- BBQ area
- Billiards/games room
5 Things We Love
- Good open concept layout – lots of space to work from home
- Bright, natural light
- Polished concrete floors
- 10-foot ceilings
- Large 130 square foot south-facing terrace with gas BBQ hookup
About Moss Park
This neighbourhood is transforming fast. Back in the day, the east side was a bit down and out, but today it’s booming. A lucky few will get to be a part of this incredible growth. The rest will have to bike over to wait in line for brunch on weekends.
You don’t have to go far to see what’s happening: The Canary district to the south, Regent Park revitalization to the north, and over the bridge to the east, Riverside is undergoing its own ‘coolification’ with breweries, new restaurants and new Broadview Hotel. In all directions, innovative new buildings replace parking lots and empty lots, and old warehouses turned into artsy living spaces and breweries.
Distillery District, a short walk away, continues to rank as one of Toronto’s favourite neighbourhoods. And of course, you have neighbourhood gem Corktown Commons Park with movie nights in the park in the summer. The playground, skate park and basketball courts in Underpass Park are cool too! Impact Kitchen, TTC, and access to the DVP, Bayview and the Gardiner are right outside your door.