Nothing compares to Toronto’s urban core. There’s an excitement in the air. It’s an energy and vibrancy that permeates the King West strip, both day and night. Perched on the coveted landmark corner of King & Spadina, Four Eleven King offers an unmatched lifestyle, with the city’s best restaurants, shopping, cafes, entertainment and nightlife, as well as the convenience of transit, steps from your door. Talk about living beyond compare…
Fashion & Financial District of Toronto.
This has been the main commercial neighborhood since Toronto’s early times. Canadian Walk of Fame is right along King St from John St to Simcoe St. Furthermore, this neighborhood is considered to be the Fashion District of Toronto. There are a number of trendy dine-in options, boutique condominium developments, and design shops around here. As this area has an industrial and warehousing history, it has undergone massive urban development since the early 2000s.
This region is also part of Toronto’s Financial District with it’s close proximity to the Toronto Stock Exchange, First Canadian Place, Toronto-Dominion Center, Scotia Plaza, and Commerce Court. Other highly notable buildings on the street are Toronto Sun Building, King Edward Hotel, St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, and Anglican Church.
Great Investment in a Great Location
Enjoy such landmarks as The Rogers Centre, The Air Canada Centre, Ripley’s Aquarium, tons of popular pubs and delicious restaurants. Not to mention, 411 King Street Condos is currently home to an LCBO that will most likely anchor the 46,000 square feet of retail space that will bring everyday necessities to your doorstep. Current plans also reflect 111,000 square feet of hotel space perfect for visitors.
The King West neighbourhood is one of Toronto largest employment hubs and is located near many schooling options for all ages. Oasis Alternative School, OCAD University, University of Toronto, Ryerson University, George Brown College.
Close to finest amenities, Four Eleven King Condos offers you an unrivalled lifestyle. Steps from the condo are numerous restaurants and cafes where you can dine with friends and family or sip your coffee while working. There’s Loblaws and Mike’s Independent City Market steps away. A minute’s walk takes you to TIFF Bell Lightbox movie theatre and the Scotiabank Theatre where you can enjoy a movie. There are museums and historical sites close to the condo. The CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, 401 Richmond Building art centre, Graffiti Alley, Roy Thomson Hall, and Rogers Centre stadium are all within walking distance.