Four Eleven King Condos
Four Eleven King Condos is a new condo development by Great Gulf. It’s currently in pre-construction at 411 King Street West in Toronto. Nestled between Toronto’s Entertainment and Financial District, Four Eleven is the epitome of downtown, urban lifestyle and convenience.
Four Eleven King Highlights:
- 24 hour Streetcar stop at doorstep
- world class public transportation
- easy access to Gardiner Expressway & DVP
- short walk distance from St.Andrew subway station
- famous 5-star restaurants surrounded along the King Street
- close to Toronto’s Harbour Front
- short distance from U of T, OCAD
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…
Four Eleven King Condos has a perfect both Walk and Transit Score of 100 out of 100. This location is in the Waterfront Communities-The Island neighborhood in Toronto. Nearby parks include Clarence Square, Simcoe Park and Victoria Square Park.
Top 5 Reasons to Invest in Four Eleven King Condos
The Entertainment District in Toronto is one of the most lively, exciting places in the entire city. Investors, young professionals, artists, all call this area home thanks to it’s energetic pace, cool community and electric nightlife.
Known for it’s rowdy nightclubs in the 1990s, the Entertainment District was a hot spot for live music, and theatre thanks to historic venues like the Royal Alexadnra Theatre and the Princess of Wales Theatre down the street. During the early 2000s, the neighbourhood saw a spike in condo development, which rounded out the area and began it’s development as both a residential community and a destination within the city. The population of this area has steadily grown, and ith the advent of the TIFF lightbox theatre, the area has continued it’s reputation as a hangout for the cultural elite of the city.
Spend the evening walking down king, or dip into one of the neighbourhoods renowned bars and restaurants. Take in a movie at Scotiabank Theatre, or a concert at Roy Thomson Hall. Spend a night bowling at the chic The Ballroom bar & alley. Get a perfect cappuccino, or soft serve ice cream at Sweet Jesus. As you walk every block, Toronto’s pride, the CN Tower looms over the district from just a few blocks away – a constant reminder that it doesn’t get much more “downtown” than this.
Future development plans show the neighbourhood won’t stop growing any time soon. New hotels, parks, and even a satellite campus of OCAD University will continue to strengthen this neighbourhood as one of Toronto’s most iconic.
The Entertainment District is a perfect home-base for professionals who work in the city, since commutes to work are usually only a few minutes down the street to another iconic toronto neighbourhood, The Financial District, which is the epicentre of business in Toronto, and the rest of Ontario.
Four Eleven King is still in the design phase. All that is for sure at this point is that the building will rise approximately 30-40 storeys, and will beautifully mix modern linear design with an existing heritage facade to maintain the community’s architectural identity.
Shared space and amenity space is expected in this project, and though the full list has not yet been released, expect fitness rooms featuring the most up-to-date equipment, hosting spaces with modern kitchen facilities, as well as other amenities like entertainment rooms, outdoor terraces and patios, and garage parking.
411 King boasts a perfect 100 on both it’s walk and transit scores. Everything you’ll likely need will be within a few minutes walk, making errands easy and simple. Meanwhile, travel outside of the neighbourhood’s bounds is simple too, with two 24-hr streetcars running along Queen Street in the north and King street just out resident’s front door.
It’s easy to connect to the TTC from the Entertainment District, with Osgoode Station, St. Andrew Station, and Union Station all along the district’s eastern borders and only a few minutes walk from 411. From there, connections to the Bloor-Danforth Line and the rest of the TTC is a breeze. And from Union Station, travellers, commuters and explorers alike have seemingly unlimited options. The UP Express Train connects Union to Lester B. Pearson International Airport in Mississauga, the GO Transit infrastructure runs commuter rail lines across the entire GTA and beyond, and VIA Rail provides inter-city transit along the Quebec-Windsor Corridor, the most populous region in all of Canada.
Take the Gardiner Expressway highway west towards the rest of the “Golden Horseshoe” region of Southern Ontario, through Etobicoke, Oakville and Hamilton, or take the Don Valley Parkway north up through Scarborough and into the norther GTA.
Pedestrians can walk all of Downtowns beautiful, tree-laden sidewalks and pedestrian streets, but those looking to take shelter from the cold during the winter have the option of taking Toronto’s PATH Underground, a series of underground pedestrian tunnels, skyways and walkways.
Great Gulf is one of the most recognizable names in the Toronto development scene, and are highly regarded after a successful phase developing projects across North America, including Alberta, Texas, Florida, Washington D.C. and more. With a heavy emphasis on sustainability, Great Gulf has been a leader in the movement to creating more green spaces and applying state-of-the-art methods to ensure their developments set the bar for 21st century construction.
Having won awards like OHBA Award, and the Mississauga Urban Design Awards in 2016, a great deal of the firm’s success, according to President Christopher K. Wein is focusing on innovation. Over 20 years, Great Gulf has ensured excellent by keeping up-to-date with their methods.
Great Gulf carries with it a reputation of the highest-quality, and that has continued in the past decades after collaborations with award-winning, venerated architects like Moshe Safdie to develop along Toronto’s waterfront.
Approaching their projects with collaboration and optimism in mind, Great Gulf is an essential part of the condominium scene in Toronto, and will no doubt continue to make their mark on the Toronto skyline.
Ever since the condo boom in the 2000s, the Entertainment District has continued to rise in demand. Nightclubs continue to play an important part in the neighbourhood, but now the district has settled into a fascinating mix of artists, young professionals, families of all walks. Continued development of non-residential projects, like a new luxury hotel show that the neighbourhood is continuing to grow and flourish, and with it’s reputation as the centre of culture and “cool” in Toronto, it’s a sure thing that people will continue to flock to the district in search of that urban, stylish lifestyle.
We’re beginning to see those development priorities – community sustainability, and style, design and amenties proliferate throughout the downtown core and into surrounding neighbourhoods.
Average selling price of pre-construction condos in Toronto is at a healthy high $400K range, meaning that despite all the existing developments, the hunger for new properties is alive and well and now is still an excellent time to invest in the projects throughout Downtown. Just taking a step into one of the downtown’s many condos, and taking in the majestic views of the city’s awesome skyline is enough to make you never want to leave.
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