King Blue Condos Toronto
King Blue Condos Torontois a new condo project by Easton's Group of Hotels currently in pre-construction at 355 King St W in Toronto. Available condos start in the mid $200,000's. The project has a total of 807 units.
DEVELOPMENT NAME: King Blue Condos
DEVELOPER(S): Easton’s Group of Hotels
ADDRESS: 355 King St W Toronto M5V 1J6
MAJOR INTERSECTION: King Street West and Blue Jays Way/Peter Street
CONSTRUCTION STATUS: Pre-construction
SELLING STATUS: Registration Phase
TOTAL NUMBER OF UNITS: 807 units
UNIT SIZES: From 390 Sq. Ft – 1335 Sq. Ft
SALES COMPANY: Baker Real Estate
ARCHITECT(S): Page + Steele / IBI
INTERIOR DESIGNER(S): Munge Leung
It’s part condo, part museum and part retail complex. That’s a whole lotta stuff in one development.
But at King Blue Condos, residents will be able to enjoy all of these facilities, in one of the city’s trendiest neighbourhoods. Located at King Street West and Blue Jays Way,King Blue Condos the project will be two high-rise towers, 44 and 48 storeys high, built on a seven-storey podium.
The podium, accessible from both King and Mercer Streets, will be home to the Theatre Museum Canada which celebrates the country’s rich performing history. It’s no coincidence that both the Royal Alexandra and the Princess of Wales theaters are just down the street.
Residents of King Blue Condos will also be able to shop and eat ’til their hearts content. At street level from King, Blue Jays Way and Mercer Street, there will be a public courtyard featuring great restaurants and shopping destinations.
King Blue’s south podium will house the Theatre Museum of Canada on its entire second floor. The five floors above will be condos and there will be a 5,000-square-foot rooftop garden on the seventh floor.
The Building Of King Blue Condominiums:
After all the bells and whistles, it’s the building itself that really makes this development special.
The building is the former Canadian Westinghouse, at 355 King Street West. The developers, Easton’s Group of Hotels and The Remington Group are incorporating two of the building’s original facades into the new design of King Blue Condos, honouring a legendary Toronto building and a designated heritage property.
Built in 1927, The Westinghouse Building began as a three-storey structure as the district sales office for the Pennsylvania-based company to support its Hamilton factory.
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