The most striking feature of the Kings Court condominium building, located at 230 King Street East, is its historic brick façade entranceway. Camrost-Felcorp, the renowned Toronto-based development company behind Kings Court, took part of the original Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce structure and incorporated it into their contemporary design.
Even though Kings Court towers above its King East neighbours, the building’s architecture fits in seamlessly with the industrial and Victorian buildings in this old area of Toronto. The area, easily accessible via the King streetcar, boasts many great restaurants, cafés, bars, boutiques and theatres. The St. Lawrence Market, The Esplanade and St. James Park are nearby attractions that further enrich the neighbourhood.
Residents who commute will be pleased to know that Lakeshore Boulevard, the Gardiner Expressway and the Don Valley Parkway are only 5 minutes away. There’s also plenty of visitor parking and extended 3-day guest passes are available.
The condos in Kings Court range from studios to 2 bedrooms and vary in size between 400 to 1200 sq. ft. They feature open concept layouts with big windows that fill the space with natural light. Maintenance fees for residents are reasonable and include access to the exercise room, a spa area with a hot tub and sauna, a party room and a library. On the roof, you will find a terrace with a breathtaking view of the Toronto skyline and Lake Ontario.
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