King West Village in Toronto is a fast growing neighbourhood, and also a modern, urban neighbourhood appealing to young urban professionals, as well as to both singles and couples. The location is wonderfully situated within close distance to many offices, and is also close to excellent transportation facilities such as streetcars and subways. Both the Yonge-University Spadina subway and the Bloor subway lines are located nearby, as well as access to the Gardiner Expressway. Other nearby neighbourhoods including Harbourfront, Fort York, Niagara and Trinity Bellwoods area all easily accessible.
Not only is King West Village real estate highlighted by charming and historic town homes, especially near the Victoria Memorial Square, it also features beautiful, funky condominiums that are located within close distance of parks and the Toronto waterfront trail. In addition, great nightlife can be found in King West Village. Arts and entertainment are found abundantly within a short distance, including musical performances and live theatre. Condominiums are available both in low rise and mid rise buildings, and many of them are accented by open, well lighted spaces, as well as vaulted ceilings and beautiful balconies. There are also loft condominiums to be found here. In addition, there are an abundance of historic buildings and other real estate, many featuring beautiful red brick exteriors, gorgeous architectural accents, and large windows. A lot of these loft units also feature very desirable exposed beams, exposed brick and concrete flooring.
The Toronto waterfront trail is an excellent place to jog, walk or bicycle, and there is a wonderful children’s park known as St. Andrews playground located nearby. In addition, sports fans will love the fact that both the Rogers Centre and the Air Canada Centre are located within walking distance. This access to professional sports competitions is unprecedented, and is highly appealing to sports fans. King West Village real estate is bordered by Queen Street, Front Street, Spadina Avenue and Bathurst Street. In addition, it is intersected by King Street. The Thompson Hotel is one of it’s most well known landmarks. There are also beautiful historic row houses from the 1880′s, located on Draper Street. All of these very appealing features combine to make real estate in King West Village an excellent investment.