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Listing information last updated on May 26, 2017
     
     
 

Loosely defined as King Street from Spadina west as far as Strachan, King West Village is one of Toronto’s fastest growing neighbourhoods. It’s been compared to New York’s SoHo, and is especially popular with young urban professionals, both singles and couples, who want an urban lifestyle close to their downtown offices and within walking distance of their after-dark entertainment.


The area known as King West spreads from Spadina to Dufferin along King Street West and includes the following highlighted developments:

 
 

 

  1. 954 King West Lofts - 954 King St W
  2. DNA I - 1 Shaw St
  3. DNA II - 1005 King St W
  4. DNA III - 1030 King St W
  5. Electra Lofts - 1029 King St W
  6. Gotham Lofts - 781 King St W
  7. Massey Harris Lofts - 935 King St W
  8. Minto West - 775 King St W
  9. Perfume Factory Lofts - 833 King St W
  10. Victory Lofts - 478 King St W
  11. The Monarch Lofts (The Worx) - 436 Wellington St
 
     
 
Once a gritty industrial zone, King West Village has been reborn as the chic, dynamic cousin of trendy Queen Street West. Historic factory buildings still dot the area, many converted to unique residential and commercial spaces. Foodies will delight in the gastronomic variety of King West Village, including two restaurants created by Canadian chef and international culinary star Susur Lee. This neighbourhood is also a creative hotbed filled with galleries and artists’ studios. For those keeping fit while on holiday, the area offers excellent recreational facilities just a short streetcar ride from downtown. Trinity Bellwoods, one of the largest local parks, features a community fitness centre and marked trails with stunning views of Toronto’s skyline. And don’t miss a sunset walk along Lake Ontario under the sheltering trees of nearby Coronation Park. - See more at: http://www.seetorontonow.com/explore-neighbourhoods/king-west-village/#sthash.v11fb8wQ.dpuf
Once a gritty industrial zone, King West Village has been reborn as the chic, dynamic cousin of trendy Queen Street West. Historic factory buildings still dot the area, many converted to unique residential and commercial spaces. Foodies will delight in the gastronomic variety of King West Village, including two restaurants created by Canadian chef and international culinary star Susur Lee. This neighbourhood is also a creative hotbed filled with galleries and artists’ studios. For those keeping fit while on holiday, the area offers excellent recreational facilities just a short streetcar ride from downtown. Trinity Bellwoods, one of the largest local parks, features a community fitness centre and marked trails with stunning views of Toronto’s skyline. And don’t miss a sunset walk along Lake Ontario under the sheltering trees of nearby Coronation Park. - See more at: http://www.seetorontonow.com/explore-neighbourhoods/king-west-village/#sthash.v11fb8wQ.dpuf
Once a gritty industrial zone, King West Village has been reborn as the chic, dynamic cousin of trendy Queen Street West. Historic factory buildings still dot the area, many converted to unique residential and commercial spaces. Foodies will delight in the gastronomic variety of King West Village, including two restaurants created by Canadian chef and international culinary star Susur Lee. This neighbourhood is also a creative hotbed filled with galleries and artists’ studios. For those keeping fit while on holiday, the area offers excellent recreational facilities just a short streetcar ride from downtown. Trinity Bellwoods, one of the largest local parks, features a community fitness centre and marked trails with stunning views of Toronto’s skyline. And don’t miss a sunset walk along Lake Ontario under the sheltering trees of nearby Coronation Park. - See more at: http://www.seetorontonow.com/explore-neighbourhoods/king-west-village/#sthash.v11fb8wQ.dpuf
Once a gritty industrial zone, King West Village has been reborn as the chic, dynamic cousin of trendy Queen Street West. Historic factory buildings still dot the area, many converted to unique residential and commercial spaces. Foodies will delight in the gastronomic variety of King West Village, including two restaurants created by Canadian chef and international culinary star Susur Lee. This neighbourhood is also a creative hotbed filled with galleries and artists’ studios. For those keeping fit while on holiday, the area offers excellent recreational facilities just a short streetcar ride from downtown. Trinity Bellwoods, one of the largest local parks, features a community fitness centre and marked trails with stunning views of Toronto’s skyline. And don’t miss a sunset walk along Lake Ontario under the sheltering trees of nearby Coronation Park. - See more at: http://www.seetorontonow.com/explore-neighbourhoods/king-west-village/#sthash.v11fb8wQ.dpuf