Queen West is one of Toronto’s most artsy neighborhoods. Queen West boasts an array of unique clothing stores and many art galleries. This trendy scene is also evident in the architecture of Queen West. If you are looking for that one of a kind condo to suit your creative style, there’s a high chance that you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for in this very neighborhood! More neighbourhood information is provided below, but first check out our daily updated list of all the Queen West - Trinity Condos for sale:
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Some of the most popular Queen West Condos have been transformed and reconstructed from old factories such as the Candy Factory Lofts. If you are looking for something more recent then you should check out the Art Condos and Bohemian Embassy. At this point Queen West is one of the hottest neighborhoods - there’s still a lot of space to play with and numerous new projects are on the way. For the past ten years the average price per square foot has constantly been on the rise in Queen West. Many of the condo buildings of Queen West have received a minimum walk score of 95 – this means that all buildings are located minutes away from all that you could possibly want, and by living in this area most of this service is available to you 24/7! During the day shop around by visiting the kazillion clothing stores, shoe stores, jewelry stores, and fabric stores that Queen West has to offer and dance into the night at the many lively patios, bars and venues. The mix of commerce and culture gives this neighborhood that dynamic environment that is extremely attractive to the younger generations and to those who feel young at heart – hey after all age is just a number or at the very least you’ll feel younger living here!
Shopping, Dining, and Exploring:
Kensington market: Do some vintage shopping here and pick and choose your organic produce
Roncesvalles: Come here to try the best perogies in town
Trendy Venues: Gladstone Hotel, Dog and Bear, the Drake, the Museum of Contemporary Art
Trinity Bellwoods Park: Get away from it all and soak up the sun in this beautiful park
The 501 streetcar runs along Queen Street connecting to the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line. If you are travelling by car you can hop onto the Gardiner Expressway by heading down Spadina Ave.