224 King St W, Toronto
About this condo
Standing 47 storeys tall at 224 King St W, Theatre Park is a modern condo in the King West neighbourhood, and if you’re thinking this is just another faceless glass tower, think again, because Theatre Park is anything but ordinary. The tower rises above a facade of angled glass window panes — reminiscent of a movie screen; criss-crossing beams extend to the top of the building along the sides of the tower, giving the building a one of a kind appearance.
Residents of 224 King St W get some great amenities to go with their suites — pool, party room, meeting room, shared rooftop deck and gardens, restaurant, security guard, and concierge. While not considered an amenity, Theatre Park is located next door to the Royal Alexandra Theatre, so fans of the performing arts are sure to be thrilled.
With such a great location, and a wide array of layouts at different price points, this building is well suited to all condo buyers — though with the youthful vibe of King West, young professionals might feel most at home.
This building is home to 234 suites, ranging in size from 329 square feet to 3270 square feet. Units are available in 1 bedroom, 1 bedroom + den, 2 bedroom, 2 bedroom + den, and 3 bedroom layouts. As well, there’s a penthouse collection, a sky penthouse collection, and a 3 bedroom + den + library penthouse on the top floor.
All suites have executive finishes like hardwood floors in living spaces, porcelain tiles in bathrooms, deep soaker tubs, 9 and 10 foot ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, European style cabinets, granite countertops, private balconies, and stainless steel appliances.
If you’re fortunate enough to land a Toronto condo for sale in this building, then you have a vibrant neighbourhood full of excitement just beyond your front door. Whether its food, fun, nightlife, or urban convenience that you seek, you’ll find it in King West.
Beyond the Royal Alexandra Theatre, there are countless attractions nearby; there’s the Roy Thomson Hall where you can see the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, and Canada's Walk Of Fame is on the corner of King and Simcoe. Fans of TIFF will only need to walk a few minutes for a celebrity sighting, and if you walk south, there’s the Rogers Centre, CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, and Toronto’s best attractions.
Foodies can challenge their taste buds without straying far from home — El Caballito Tequila Bar is just next door for Mexican, and Lee Chen Asian Bistro, IL FORNELLO, Elephant & Castle, Shoeless Joe's Sports Grill, and Byblos are less than 2 blocks away. And if that’s not enough to satisfy your hunger, you can head in any direction for a diverse selection of restaurants.
For nightlife, there’s something to suit any style; if your feeling classy you can go to the Town Crier for imported beers in an old-time lounge, or if you just want a drink and nachos then Roxy on King has you covered. Music fans can head to the Antler Room for local talent, or Scotiabank Arena for big acts. And if it’s a lively dance floor that you crave — there’s Maison Mercer, Tequila Jacks Toronto, Cake Bar & Nightclub, The Fifth Social Club, and many more.
224 King St W boasts a 100 Walk Score — gone are the days of running errands in a vehicle or stuffing yourself into a streetcar with handfuls of grocery bags; speaking of groceries, there’s a Rabba Fine Foods just minutes away on Simcoe and it’s definitely faster to walk there.
Public transit riders have east and westbound streetcars right outside their front door on King, and St. Andrew Station is roughly a 3 minute walk if you need subway lines.
There’s no sugar coating this truth — driving in this part of town isn’t much fun, but car owners can avoid most downtown Toronto traffic by heading south on York Street for the Gardiner Expressway.
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