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DNA3 at 1030 King Street W provides affordable condo living in Toronto settled in amongst one of the city’s most vibrant neighborhoods. Enjoy amazing views of the city far and wide, enjoy close proximity to numerous amenities, and live steps away from arts and culture, entertainment, nightlife, and recreational opportunities. Originally completed in 2015, DNA3 at 1030 King Street W is the third phase of a three-part condo development overseen by Canderel Stoneridge. The condo is currently managed by Y. L. Hendler Ltd.
The units are compellingly priced and move-in ready. DNA3 1030 King Street W is among the newer buildings with modern contemporary as its theme. DNA 1030 King Street W is 14 storeys high with a total of 602 units ranging in size from 269 sq. ft. to 994 sq. ft. Common features of the units in DNA 1030 King Street W include hardwood flooring, floor-to-ceiling windows, private balconies, stainless steel appliances, and nine foot high exposed concrete ceilings. The suits range from 269 sq. ft. bachelor units to larger two-bedrooms plus dens. DNA3 is well recognizable for its sleek, shining glass exterior. The DNA 1030 King Street W is actually two buildings with an interconnected pathway, ultimately providing an ideal location for work and play.
There is an exciting list of city amenities surrounding the DNA3 at 1030 King Street W including all that the Entertainment District has to offer, venues such as the Rogers Centre, and the CN Tower. The revitalized Liberty Village sits close-by as well with its restaurants, coffee shops, and vibrant arts and culture scene.
The DNA3 1030 King Street W has a transit score of 100 out of 100, ensuring short commutes via bus, street car, and subway. The building also maintains a walk score of 94 out of 100 with nearby attractions including a variety of restaurants, the Ciao Europa Café, the King Rustic Restaurant & Lounge, the Independent City Market grocery store, and Massey Harris Park. The location itself is ideal for young professionals and those looking to engage in city life. In addition to the excitement that surrounds the DNA3, the King West neighborhood is a long established neighborhood in Toronto with consistently rising property values and refreshing touches of modern redevelopment intersecting.
Throughout the past decade plus, the developments in King West have been plentiful, providing renewed interest in this once-classic Toronto region. There’s an amazing mix of opportunities that no doubt appeal to many different demographics in and around the neighborhood.
Keeping within the DNA3 1030 King Street W building itself, there are 24/7 concierge services as well as fitness facilities, a rooftop terrace and garden, community BBQ stations, and other building amenities. Other building amenities include a party room, a media room and cinema, a parking garage, games and recreation room, and enter phone system, public transit, visitor parking, a business centre, guest suites, a meeting and function room, some pet restrictions, a yoga studio, and security services. Suite layouts include bachelor/studio, one bedrooms, one bedroom and dens, two bedroom, and two bedroom and den. The maintenance fees at DNA 1005 King Street W also serve to cover air conditioning, heat, water, common element maintenance, and building insurance.
The timeless design and luxury of DNA3 at 1030 King Street W reflects all of the city life that is built around it. The intelligent use of space in the units themselves has already provided many condo owners with comfort, joy, and privacy. There are many variables in assessing a condo’s market value and in each of these categories, DNA3 has consistently maintained high ratings. Get to live in downtown Toronto, enjoy close proximity to shops and restaurants, and wander down in any direction to discover some of the finest amenities that the city has to offer.
Food shopping is a breeze when Independent City Market (a Loblaws franchise) is at the foot of your building.