About King West
King West is the neighbourhood for you if you work hard and play hard.
Home of “Millionaire’s Row”, a stretch of chic lofts along Wellington Street, just down the street from the Thompson Hotel, residents are a short elevator ride away from positioning themselves pool-side, with drink in hand, on what are considered some of Toronto’s best roof top patios. King ‘Westers’ are also a short walk to a slew of amazing restaurants, shops, clubs, theatres, and public transit. It is very hard to skip a beat when you’re living in an area that is constantly singing.
Homes in the King West area are by-in-large high rises with chic glass windows, modern finishes, and a luxurious feel. Many buildings run high up into the clouds – almost as if competing with nearby business towers. At the top, residents have access to absolutely spectacular penthouse views. And although we do not recommend this housing option if you’re afraid of heights (unless you’re looking for exposure therapy) we definitely suggest it if you can afford it, and are looking for a feature that is aw-inspiring.
The primary attractions for any resident to the King West area are convenience, proximity to work, and lifestyle. When you live in King West you are smack-dab in the middle of what many reference as ‘concrete jungle’. A cityscape that, although hectic, still offers some of the most diverse and bountiful entertainment options for anyone in the world – short of Soho in New York City.
In short, it’s hard not to live on the King West strip without feeling like an absolute ‘baller’. Not surprisingly it carries a ‘baller lifestyle’ price tag and is not for penny-pinchers. This being said, in this city you do pay (by the majority) for what you get. And, on King West you can have it all.