954 King St W, Toronto
About this loft
The King West Village Lofts are surrounded: by urban greenery, by fellow Toronto lofts, and by creative commerce. Thanks to this building at 954 King Street West, 148 lucky homeowners have been able to call this neighbourhood home since 2000.
The soft lofts at 954 King Street West were created by Urbancorp, who happen know the area quite well. These developers are also responsible for illustrious residences like the Clock Tower Lofts and the Edge on Triangle Park.
While high rises are profuse as you head farther east along King Street, buildings in this area tend to lay slightly lower. This particular building is only four storeys tall, but still manages to hold almost 150 soft lofts, since it spans the length of an entire city block. Directly across the street, also spread across the block, is Massey Harris Park. This green space is doubly important for homeowners at the King West Village Lofts: residents can spend time in the outdoors, and those with south facing views have nothing blocking their views.
As a building that caters to hard-working Torontonians, the King West Village Lofts also manages to offer its residents a little something extra. For example, no one needs to pay for an external gym membership, or even leave the building to get a workout in, for that matter. Visitor parking is also available, and guests can be entertained in the party room or cinema. On top of all that, residents also have access to shared barbecues and a meeting room.
Thanks to their status as soft lofts, the homes at 954 King Street West are both modern yet unpolished. Exposed concrete walls make for an interesting design feature, allowing these lofts to stand out from the typical white-walled condos that occupy the market so frequently. Oversized, wall-to-wall windows are aplenty, while certain units are even designed in a rare mezzanine style, with upper-level bedrooms overlooking common spaces below.
Spacious patios grace ground floor homes, while residents on higher floors can enjoy private balconies. Floor to ceiling windows allow natural sunlight to pour into these lofts even when winter hits, and the thought of spending any unnecessary time outdoors becomes disturbing.
The units at 954 King Street West range in size, allowing many types of buyers to find the King West condos for sale they're looking for. Smaller units start at around 500 square feet, perfect for a bachelor or bachelorette in need of a cozy space for one. Other lofts reach to 1,250 square feet, and feature up to two bedrooms plus a den. Fans of high ceilings will be happy to hear that in certain units they reach all the way up to 16 feet high.
As you might have guessed, the King West Village Lofts are located in none other than the King West neighbourhood. This neighbourhood has been growing exponentially in both density and style over the past few decades. As perceptive Torontonians began to desire this area more and more, innovative residences and trendy businesses have come to their rescue.
Just south of 954 King Street west is another village, first name Liberty. Liberty Village is a master-planned community bordered by Strachan, Douro, King, Dufferin, and the Gardiner Expressway. This area will quickly become a go-to spot for residents moving into the building, whether for lazy Sunday brunches or gathering groceries from the 24-hour Metro on Lynn Williams Street.
Other options for picking up provisions include the FresCo on Queen West, or the Kitchen Table at King and Bathurst. Specialty shops in the area also come in handy — Sanko is a great spot for all things Japanese, while Portuguese bakeries and markets also dot the neighbourhood.
For residents who call 954 King Street West home, traveling around the city is never a burden. Those without cars can catch the King Street streetcar at Strachan Avenue, which will carry passengers toward St. Andrew Station on the University-Spadina line. From here, Union Station is only a single stop away, where travelers leaving the city can catch VIA Rail trains, GO buses or trains, and the UP service to Pearson International Airport.
Residents with access to vehicles of their own can still use King Street to travel east or west, however they may opt for the Gardiner Expressway when traveling beyond the immediate neighbourhood. This highway can be accessed via Jameson Avenue, and offer drivers connections to both the Don Valley Parkway and the 427.
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