Entertainment District New Condos

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Exchange Condos Toronto

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Exchange Condos Details Project Name Exchange Condos Type Condo Address Housey Street, Toronto Developer Concord Adex Number of Storeys 9 Total Number of Suites 84 Suite Size Range 415sqft to 1,103sqft Est. Maint 0.51 Est. […]

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No.55 Mercer Condos Details Project Name No.55 Mercer Condos Type Condo Address 99 Blue Jays Way, Toronto ON M5V 9G9 Developer CentreCourt Developments Architects IBI Group Prices From mid CAD $500,000’s Number of Storeys 47 […]

Entertainment District Condos life

Entertainment District Condos are especially popular among the younger generation. Entertainment District is an area in Downtown Toronto which is concentrated around King Street West between University Avenue and Spadina Avenue. It is a diverse area in Downtown Toronto, known initially for theatre arts and live entertainment. Today, the district has numerous nightclubs, lounges, bars and restaurants. Also see Richmond Hill Condos.


In the past five years, there was an influx of high-rise condos in the Entertainment District. As a consequence, many entertainment venues were shut down completely or temporarily to allow construction. Almost all buildings will repurpose the street-level retail and entertainment sector which will revitalise the area once again. Most recent notable projects in the entertainment district are Nobu Residences and Peter & Adelaide Condos.


Entertainment District Transit Options

Entertainment District Condo residents enjoy convenient access to public transportation. Here, public transport is supported by TTC streetcar and subway line. 504 King Streetcar serves the entire length of King Street West, St. Andrew Station on the Yonge/University/Spadina line, Spadina Streetcar. There are many subway stations that commuters can use, including St Andrew, Osgoode and Union Station. Check out Brampton Condos.


Gardiner Expy makes the southern border of the Entertainment District, offering easy access to neighbouring regions. King Street W, Front St W and Bremner Blvd are the major arterial roads running through entertainment district. Numerous light rail stations are located at all the bordering roads of the area. A short walk from Entertainment District Condos is sufficient to reach a light rail station. Subway stations, however, are concentrated on the eastern side.

Entertainment District Condo Trends & Facts

Entertainment District Condos are situated in an area that is rapidly growing. New hotels, restaurants and condo developments are adding newness and more excitement to this hub of entertainment. Luxury homes and penthouses are being built as well as luxury hotels. 357 King West Condos by The Great Gulf Homes is one such condo development. Empire Mavericks Condos by Empire Developments is another.


The area saw condo boom in the 2000s when the development of condos began to transform the area. Old structures made way for condos or lofts, and new many new condos began to be constructed. The population of the area grew substantially from 750 in 1996 to 7,500 in 2015. Today, Entertainment District Condos are the much desirable condos, surrounded by world-class amenities.

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The Entertainment District is one of the upcoming luxurious neighbourhood with rapid growth potential and has seen lots of new condominium developments in the last few years in Toronto. These are other popular neighbourhoods for condos in Toronto right now.

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