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438 King Street is better known for its massive copper canopy that signifies The Hudson as home to many. Situated at the intersection of King Street and Spadina Avenue, The Hudson boasts one of the most pedestrian-friendly walk scores in the King West neighborhood and is surrounded by many of Toronto’s most fashionable clubs and restaurants, the attractions of China Town, and all the thrills of Spadina Avenue.
If you are looking for King West condos for sale or are looking to invest in the Toronto condo market, 438 King Street provides a number of notable benefits that have to make it a consideration. Originally developed in 2006 by Great Gulf, the building known to the city as The Hudson is now managed by Icon Property Management. The Hudson stands at 21 storeys high and contains 281 units ranging in size from 509 sq. ft. to 2,181 sq. ft. Common features of these units include floor to ceiling windows, nine foot ceilings in many of its rooms, some of the suites having engineered hardwood flooring, and a range of ceramic, porcelain, and marble floors that complement the spacious kitchen areas.
The Hudson also comes equipped with access to ‘Club Hudson’, an amalgamation of several in-building VIP amenities including access to a full fitness centre, party rooms, a dining room, and access to the rooftop where residents have been known to congregate after-hours. Unlike the private dining areas of other downtown Toronto condos, The Hudson’s dining area features a gourmet service and inspiring city vistas. In the foreground, one can find the manicured garden area and to their backs, the lights of Toronto’s skyline which send off a gentle twinkle in the early evening hours.
The total list of amenities at 438 King Street includes its gym and exercise room, concierge services, a party room, an elevator, a meeting and function room, some pet restrictions, security guard, its common rooftop deck, visitor parking, a media room and cinema, a parking garage, a sauna, and an enter phone system. The maintenance fees at 438 King Street includes air conditioning, heat, building insurance, common element maintenance, hydro, and water. Treated to not only some of the premiere condo designs in the King/Spadina region, living at The Hudson also leaves little to care for as the management team takes an extensive interest in providing the most peaceful, safe, fun, and accommodating atmosphere possible for its residents.
438 King Street boasts a 100 out of possible 100 transit score as well as a perfect 100 out of possible 100 walk score. This makes the Hudson a walker’s paradise with anything a resident would need being within a few minutes’ walk. Within less than 100 metres, there are restaurants such as Chocolate Planet, coffee hot spots such as Quantum Coffee, bars like Bloke, groceries at the Fresh & Wild Food Market, parks such as Clarence Square, and a number of shopping boutiques to browse for all ages. Moving further out, taking the TTC puts you within minutes of the Rogers Centre, the CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium, as well as all the boutiques, studios, restaurants, fashion, and entertainment of the Queen West, King West, and Liberty Village regions.
The Hudson boasts an average price per square foot of $750 with a huge year over year growth rate of approximately 17.9 percent. The Hudson is a prime example of a wise investment choice with current estimates valuing the building’s units as approximately 10.8 percent more expensive than average King West condos for sale. The high investment growth is attractive to upscale buyers seeking to turn their units over within a couple years, making 438 King Street one of the most valuable condo developments in the region.
If you are a first-time investment, being able to secure a unit at 438 King Street can mean not only a big return but also a very friendly, exciting place to live. The demand can be tough to navigate in the King West neighborhood as it is among the most sought-after areas of Toronto’s west end but the lucky ones that are able to close on condo sales here are met with strong returns as they re-sell years later. On any given day or night, be near the bars and pubs, fashion and entertainment, and excitement of what it is to live in downtown Toronto. Take the time to enjoy the fruits of the city while knowing that your investment is safe in a higher-end area with consistent, safe development that continues to unveil itself with each passing year in the neighborhood.
The dining room within the party room along with the spacious bar and catering kitchen.
A game of pool anyone? Invite your friends over for a billiards tournament while hosting them in the party room.