King West Townhomes

Kingwest is one of Toronto's fastest growing neighborhoods, and many compare it to New York's Soho neighborhood. More neighbourhood information is provided below but first check out our updated list of all the Townhomes for sale in King West:

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Kingwest Townhomes is located along Sudbury Street off of King Street West. Kingwest Townhomes is especially popular among young professionals who desire that small town neighborhood feel whithin an urban sorrounding; Toronto's business and entertainment districts are within walking distance. Moreover, Toronto's key attractions are literally at your door; Liberty Village, the Rogers Centre stadium, the CN tower, the Metro Toronto Covention Centre, and the restaurants, shops, bars, and clubs of the King West neighborhood. King West is the host neighborhood of the Toronto International Film Festival which is reflective of the neighborhood's urbanesque, glitzy lifestyle.
 
If you are looking to see whether this neighborhood is for you or you have already moved in then be sure to check out the following: 
 
Real Estate:  

Kingwest townhomes will always be popular among those who want a lower cost and lower maintenance of condo living. The average sales price for Kingwest Townhomes in the past 12 months is $456,214 for a two bedroom condo, and $513,750 for a three bedroom condo.
 
Shopping, Dining and Exploring: 

There are many art galleries and furnishing shops in this area and in the recent years many chich restaurants, and clubs have sprung up which include:
Cobra
 
Brant House
 
Sense Bar and Restaurant
 
Thuet Cuisine
 
Old York Pub
 
Kensington Market: Old world market full of sounds of international music, exotic spices, shops and restaurants.
 
Parks:

Victoria Memorial Square: This urban park contains a war monument and interpretive plaques for Canada's fallen soldiers.
 
Clarence Square: This is a residential urban park, reflective of the Victorian era.
 
St. Andrew’s Market and Playground: Smaller park with a playground.
 
Public Transportation: 

By Streetcar: Routes on Bathurst and King Streets and on Spadina Avenue

By Subway: There is the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line and the Bloor subway line