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The Sudbury St Townhomes – 1 to 47 Sudbury Street
The Sudbury St Towhomes were completed in the later 1990s by Urbancorp and were one of the first townhouse developments in the King West area. The Sudbury St townhomes are an excellent option for King West Condo buyers looking for an excellent townhome option. The Sudbury St townhouses are made up of two separate condo corporations but generally share in similar finishes and style. The lower floors are a single level, the main floor suites are a single level and the upper level suites typically have three levels including a rooftop terrace with views overlooking the neighbourhood. Parking for the Sudbury townhomes varies between private garages or a large surface parking lot (south side of the street).
The Sudbury St Townhomes remain popular for anyone who wants the lower cost and lower maintenance of condo living combined with the freedom of access of having your own front door. Sudbury Street merges with King St West to the south and is just steps away from the all the excellent amenities of Liberty Village. Going north, Sudbury St connects to Dovercourt Rd providing direct access to the West Queen West stretch of dining, cafes, bars including the well-known Drake Hotel and Gladstone Hotel.
The Copperfield Estate Brownstones – Crawford St, Shank St and Adelaide Street W
The pioneers of King West townhome living, The Copperfield Brownstones were built in 1991 in the Victorian-style. They mainly consist of stacked townhouse with 2-storey upper units and 2-storey lower units. The are an excellent option for King West Condo buyers who enjoy the low-maintenance lifestyle of condo living with the feel of a freehold house.
Fronting on Shank St, Crawford St and Adelaide St W – these sophisticated townhomes do not become available very often so it’s make sure you move quickly when they do. Steps to King St W and the 24hr streetcar line.
Shank St Townhomes
Part of the same complex as 954 King St W Lofts (Toronto Standard Condo Corporation 1334) and completed in 2001 by Urbancorp, the Shank St Townhomes are of a very similar style to the townhomes King West Condo buyers would find at 12 Sudbury St townhomes. They generally consist of a lower unit, a main floor unit and an upper 3-storey unit with a roof-top terrace.
The north-side of the townhomes face 954 King Lofts and have the added benefit of sharing their amenities and underground parking facilities.
Town Villas at Massey Common – 25-37 Massey St & 120-132 Strachan Ave
Built in 1999 by Argon Developments, the Town Villas at Massey Commons are an excellent King West Condo townhouse option. Situated just off King Street West between Massey Street and Strachan Avenue, Town Villas at Massey Common is a tree-lined community of redbrick townhomes with 54 units with layouts ranging from two bed plus den to full three bedroom layouts. These are generally considered larger than many of the stacked townhomes in the area.
Buyers will find bright and spacious living and dining room areas, large bedrooms, separate kitchens with gas stovetops, plus outdoor space from Juliet balconies to backyards. Town Villas at Massey Common have low maintenance fees in exchange for few building amenities. Parking facilities generally consist of private attached garages.
39 Shank St Townhouses
Part of the same condo complex as Massey Square – 1000 King St W (TSCC 1457), the 39 Shank Townhomes are an interesting marriage between townhouse and condo. The ground floor units are two storeys with fantastic front garden terraces. The upper units are accessed from a common front entrance where an elevator is taken up to the 2nd floor hallways for suite entrance (hence the condo similarities).
The 39 Shank Townhomes benefits from the use of 1000 King St W‘s building amenities and also shares an underground parking lot which is accessed via 39 Shank’s elevator.
1000 King St W and 39 Shank are known for some of the lowest maintenance fees in the area.
570 Wellinton/Summit Townhomes
Part of the famous Summit Condo complex just south of King St W (701 King St W, 705 King St W, & 725 King St W), the King West Condo townhomes line the streets of Wellington and Tecumseth St around the Summit towers.
Originally built as a rental complex back in 1984, they were converted to condos in 1991 and have been a popular choice ever since. If not already renovated the finishes can appear dated but certainly make up for it with large layouts (they average 1250sqft in size) and access to some of the areas best building amenities.
The impressive array of amenities include both an indoor and outdoor pool, squash court, outdoor barbecue area, fitness and game rooms, movie theatres, a business centre, as well as 24 hour (building) concierge services.