King West’s Most Expensive Condos for Sale
Curious to know what are King West’s most expensive condos for sale? We know them better than anyone else. King West is home to Toronto’s Fashion District, a destination for high-end restaurants and boutique establishments. We are in King West everyday and know where to look for the best loft style condos. We offer our clients a complete lifestyle service. We provide options to satisfy our clients needs and help them find a location that fits their lifestyle.
From an investment perspective, these condos are located in a high-demand area with plenty of local amenities. We see value in these condos because of their location and return on investment potential in a growing neighbourhood. You can do really well by owning a condo here and leasing it out, while receiving cash flow and enjoying the appreciation.
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500 Wellington is a luxury condo building by Freed Developments (Thompson Residences & Thompson Condos). The building stands at 10 storeys and has an exclusive collection of 17 units. Each unit comes as a half-floor or full-floor suite only. 500 Wellington has some of Toronto’s most expensive Real Estate.
Thompson Residences at 629 King West is a premium boutique building by Freed Developments and designed by Saucier and Perotte. The building is located on King just east of Bathurst and is the twin to Thompson Condos (55 Stewart). It is considered to be the most desired residential address in King West, with hotel inspired amenities such as the skybar and rooftop pool.
Fashion House Condos at 560 King West is a boutique loft building. Fashion House was developed by Freed Developments and designed by Core Architects (75 Portland). Fashion House has Toronto’s best rooftop pool. Access is available to residents and their guests exclusively.
75 Portland is a boutique condo building by Freed Developments and designed by Core Architects. The building is an 11-storey, 215 unit structure located on Portland St just south of King. Designers Yoo Ltd. and Philippe Starck included an open air courtyard in the interior of the building which connects to the lobby.