King West has become Toronto’s social hub, this area offers an abundance of eating, shopping, and entertainment. However, this wasn’t always the case, back in the 90s there were only a few condo buildings and many industrial abandoned buildings. It is just before the turn of the century that this area began to spark real estate interest. More neighbourhood information is provided below, but first check out our daily updated list of all the King West Condos for sale:

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In 1999 Toronto Life Magazine rated King West as one of the up-and-coming places to live.  Condos were selling fast, the sellers’/contractors’ asking price seemed to have been just right as it further stimulated demand and supply.The Summit condo buildings and townhouses were first completed in the 1980s at King and Bathurst, followed by the CitySphere at 801 King W. Shortly after Urbancorp began transforming the King West industrial lands adding Bridge, Fuzion and the Kingsclub condominiums. Moreover, with the construction of the The Massey Harris Lofts and the DNA condos King West has become a real hot spot! This modern residential oasis is home to single professionals, young families, and retired couples. King West has achieved a perfect walk score of 100 as everything is at your front door:
Shopping, Dining and Exploring:
Great shopping including the original Got Style boutique
Arouse your taste buds in one of the many restaurants between John and Peter Streets
Catch a movie at the Tiff Bell LightBox
Take your dog out and meet like-minded people at the Stanley Off Leash Dog Park
Get some culture by visiting the Grange Park at the AGO
Have a picnic at the Trinity Bellwoods Park
Getting Around:
King West is conveniently located, easy car access to the Gardiner and Lake Shore Blvd via Spadina Ave.
The 504 streetcar runs 24/7 along the King Street, the 501 Queen streetcar is only a few blocks north. Most of the well-known King West intersections are serviced by the 511 Bathurst and the 510 Spadina street cars.