Where King Meets Queen!at 510 King St East - one of Toronto’s most historic neighbourhoods is quickly becoming the hub of a major revitalization.
Located west of the Don River and bordered by Shuter Street, Lakeshore Boulevard and Berkeley Street, the Corktown District Condos neighbourhood is one of Toronto's most historic enclaves. However, in an ironic twist, this historic community is fast becoming home to some of the city’s most contemporary and cutting-edge new developments Adding to the distinctive warehouse loft appeal of the exposed brick walls and wooden columns, interiors will boast ceilings ranging from 10 to 12 ft. and an ultra-hip floor of polished concrete that all hint at Corktown’s industrial activity, only with a more refined twist. Contemporary Italian kitchens feature stone counters and stainless-steel appliances.
Large warehouse-style windows let natural light flood your living space, and most suites include a balcony or terrace, to bring the outdoors in.
Building amenities will include a car-share program, bicycle storage, and a Green roof that’s designed to limit the heat island effect, minimize storm-water run-off into city systems, and while being environmentally friendly, the Green roof will offer a lovely landscaped area for residents to enjoy.
Additional building amenities include a lounge and fitness centre. With the amazing success of first phase of 510 King St East condos, this as a strong indicator for the public's thirst to be a part of this exciting new area of Toronto.