Located at 260 King Street West, bordered to the east by Ed Mirvish Way and to the west by John Street in the Entertainment District. With internationally-renowned Frank Forma at the helm of the building’s architectural team, the towers will each have complementary, yet distinct designs, which will seamlessly vibe with the history and texture of the vibrant neighbourhood.
The location scores a near-perfect 98 on its Walk Score and 100 for Transit Score, understandably, since it’s right on the 24-hour King Street car line and only steps from St. Andrew Subway station.
For slower-paced days, it’s a fifteen-minute stroll to Toronto’s idyllic waterfront where you can grab a ferry and take a day trip to Toronto Island.
Homes in this district are covered by a wide range of Torontonians, from students and young professionals to executives who work in the nearby Financial District, even young families are choosing to live in the area, attracted by its proximity to almost everything. It’s not often you get a chance to invest in a project that will meet the needs of so many different communities and lifestyles.
Down below at the building’s podiums, OCAD University will gain a new state-of-the-art campus and the Mirvish Collections Art Gallery will open to the public. Enjoy a perfect Transit Score of 100/100 by taking advantage of the world-class transit system surrounding this supreme location.
|266 King Street West, Toronto, ON
|Great Gulf, Dream Unlimited and Westdale Properties
|Number of Storeys
|92 & 84
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