King / Queen Neighbourhood
The King / Queen neighbourhood is one of the most envied locations in all of Toronto. These trendy streets boast stylish shops and the latest restaurants. Similar to Soho in New York, you will primarily find chic lofts and quirky condominiums. In addition to its shops and restaurants, King and Queen offers adorable parks in the heart of the city, local cafes, contemporary galleries and theatres featuring some of Canada's finest performances. King and Queen Streets are also very accessible. It's easy access to some of the most travelled streetcar routes, including the 501 Queen which runs 24 hours. Toronto's underground walkway, The Path, also runs below these streets, making getting around in the winter ideal. This trendy neighbourhood will leave you with limitless opportunities for taking in entertainment, culture, and the pulse of the city.
HISTORY OF KING / QUEEN NEIGHBOURHOOD
SHOPPING IN THE KING / QUEEN NEIGHBOURHOOD
ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE QUEEN / KING NEIGHBOURHOOD
RESTAURANTS AND NIGHTLIFE IN THE KING / QUEEN NEIGHBOURHOOD
With everything it has to offer, it's not surprising that the King / Queen neighbourhood is one of the trendiest places to live. Due to it's status as a chic neighbourhood, condos along King Street and Queen Street do cost a little more than other areas of Toronto. Penthouses in this neighbourhood easily go for $2-million and above. King Street and Queen Street is filled with working professionals and singles whose average income is around $64,000 annually. The average cost for a condo in the King / Queen neighbourhood is:
- $244,224 for a studio condo.
- $344,917 for a one bedroom condominium.
- $391,722 for a one bedroom plus den.
- $489,031 for a two bedroom condominium.
- $615,324 for a two bedroom plus den.
- $924,561 for three bedroom+
Though the majority of buyers and sellers in this area own apartment-style condominiums there are also a number of townhomes available for purchase. The King / Queen neighbourhood also offers the option to buy pre-construction or re-sale.
When buying pre-construction, be sure to have an agent with VIP or platinum access, like Nadine, as they get the first offerings from the developer and can grant buyers special access to things like price discounts, first choice of units and a number of other bonuses. Pre-construction buildings in the King / Queen neighbourhood include:
If you're interested in purchasing a condo you can move into right away there are a number of a resale options available in this neighbourhood including:
For more information on pre-construction and resale condos in the King / Queen neighbourhood you can contact Nadine Robbins at (416) 878 6860 or email@example.com. You can also contact Nadine here.