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If high style, impressive and leading-edge amenities and a larger suite option are on your “must have” list look no further. The Easton’s Group of Hotels has developed 2 towers (48-storey and 44-storey) providing a total of 807 suites at 355 King Street West (at Peter Street) that will delight and amaze you. King Blue hits a high note in the Entertainment District!
Toronto’s famous Entertainment District is home to 5 major sports team venues, restaurants, micro-breweries, clubs of all kinds, the Rogers Centre and live theatres. You will never lack for options to enjoy. Well served by the local TTC streetcar, you can easily link to the subway.
A short walk from this condo is Clarence Square, one of the city’s oldest green spaces. It is a quiet, shady, well-treed park that is registered as a dog off-leash park on the city’s website.
The opening note for the King Blue begins with podiums of varying heights that create a courtyard – the lobbies of the towers and the Theatre Museum of Canada forming the walls. Shoot to the top of the towers for a patio that includes a lounge, a garden and an art gallery! Forming arches above you, the 20-foot curved trellises are wrapped in ivy providing you with the sensation of a green roof through which the sun and sky peek.
On the 6th floor is the indoor pool with the adjacent patio bar. Swim at your leisure while you admire the bustle of the city below. If that’s not enough, you can work out in the fitness centre, enjoy a movie in the media room, shop in the retail space on the ground floor or visit the new Theatre Museum Canada – all without leaving your building.
Suites range from 400 sq. ft. to an impressive 1,100 sq. ft. Some have balconies. The three-bedroom suite (or 2-bedrooms plus den) like all the suites, uses high quality materials and finishes that reflect attention to detail. The kitchen with its granite countertop, glass backsplash and panel-covered appliances will make meal preparation a pleasure. With its open-concept floorplan, the combined dining/living area provides you with a cable connection high enough on the wall for your wall-mounted TV – meaning no more unsightly cables hanging down. Check out the wall finishes in the den – lacquered panels and leather upholstery – luxury. And that’s not all – engineered hardwood floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, gourmet kitchens with granite countertops, an island, stainless steel integrated appliances and laminate wood lower cabinetry and glass upper cabinets speak style and panache. Bathrooms are spa-like with polished marble countertops and honed marble tiles. Balcony sizes depend on the suite.
While the “King” in King Blue condo refers to its street location, it also suggests its place in the condo world. With its well-designed suites, incredible amenities and great location, King Blue just might strike the right chord for you. Copyright BigGuideToCondos.com