Entertainment District Toronto living ON King Street West
Forma Condos by Projectcore
Two big name developers are about to change the skyline of downtown Toronto in the popular arts district. Residential units are in high demand and two iconic towers, 82 and 92 storeys respectively, will more than meet it. Sitting atop 6-storey podiums, the buildings will soar to the sky, promising amazing views and an innovative, modern lifestyle in the tallest structures in Canada.
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KING STREET WEST
If you ask what is nearby, the answer is: everything! Lucky contenders can elect to live in this flourishing region in a choice of 1,950 units. Prices for a one-bedroom unit start at xxxx. Two bedrooms will command xxxxx. A variety of floor plans will accommodate every taste. Communal spaces include lounges, bars, fitness centre/spa, pool, and more.
CONDO LIVING ON TORONTO’S WATERFRONT
260 KING ST WEST
KING STREET WEST
Location is everything and the towers will be part of a sprawling mixed-use master plan that includes commercial and retail space on Duncan Street. The benefit to residents is close proximity to national and international brands, the finest eateries, multiple fashion boutiques, and a plethora of business services. A new OCAD university campus is part of the complex as is a public art gallery, slated to house the vast Mirvish collection. It is sure to quickly become a prime destination
TORONTO ONTARIO’S NEW WATERFRONT CONDO COMMUNITY
Amenities & Features
With names like Forma Condos, you can expect boundary-breaking conceptual designs that never conflict with an historical neighborhood, the King West. The creative synergy will be groundbreaking. We are talking about the legendary Frank Gehry who now partners with David Mirvish, the theatre mogul.
Not only will residents enjoy every amenity at home, but they will be within easy access to the King Street line, minutes from the Union and St. Andrew subway stations. This indicates how ideal the location is for work or play. Those who relish convenience will feel right at home. All the locals will appreciate the new OCAD campus and its Princess of Wales Centre for Visual Arts. Art lovers will be in heaven as the facility promises to be a Toronto showcase with seminar rooms, studios, a public theatre and lecture hall. Living in the complex means being at the heart of a new cultural development. A significant addition to the mix is the Mirvish Collection of contemporary abstract art featuring top historical figures like David Smith and Frank Stella. Occupancy is not yet targeted, but is likely years away. While in pre-construction, the suites will be listed at xxx for a one-bedroom and xxxx for two. Registration is ongoing.
King street west OFFERS EXCEPTIONAL TRANSIT OPTIONS AND WALKABILITY
Toronto Entertainment District Location & Transit
While most luxury condo projects promise top-tier amenities, the Forma condos master plan community will have them within and without. The surrounding area between John and Simcoe is a veritable cultural corridor, even before the addition of the OCAD satellite campus and an art gallery. As a thriving arts community, it has long been known for its galleries, boutiques, and variety of services. Mass transit and Union Station are within easy reach with access to the Gardiner Expressway, the TTC and Go transport. The new condominium complex with restaurants and shops will add more to the mix and is sure to attract visitors far and wide. The prime location is near Kensington Market and steps from the Entertainment District. You are moments from parks, green spaces, and recreational facilities.
About Frank Gehry
Any discussion of Frank Gehry must mention that his firm is responsible for landmark developments in Los Angeles and New York. Everyone knows the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain. The visual appearance of the new condominium towers, developed by Projectcore, Inc., is said to resemble the IAC Building in conception and finish. Gehry hails from Toronto, making his new contribution here all the more meaningful. Furthermore, he is the main architect of the Art Gallery of Ontario. His fame can only soar, like the new residential towers in King West. To his credit, the scale and design will fit into the existing neighborhood like a glove. The grandeur of the condo towers, with their cantilevered design, however, is sure to stand out and give a new visual identity to the region.