Scroll down to see the latest King West condos for sale and rent at 700 King St W – The Westside Lofts (aka The Clock Tower Lofts).
The Westside Lofts at 700 King Street West provides a uniquely converted building combining spacious functionality with urban appeal. This fourteen-storey building is found on the corner of King Street and Bathurst Street at 700 King Street West, an excellent location in a premiere Toronto neighborhood. Converted from an office building, the unique Westside Lofts stands above a Second Cup and McDonald’s. Originally completed in December, 2000 by the developer Urban Group, these units are now overseen by Brookfield Condominium Services. The Westside Lofts contains 216 units ranging in size from 674 sq. ft. to a massive 2,717 sq. ft.
If you are searching for King West condos for sale or wish to make a condo purchase in downtown Toronto, the Westside Lofts offers a number of exclusive benefits. The units range from one-bedrooms to two-bedrooms plus den and even a select few three-bedroom units. Common features of units at 700 King Street West include up to 11-foot ceilings, wide hallways, stainless steel appliances, large windows, and a number of other key amenities. Going outside of the building, there is a remarkable amount of attractions to enjoy as well – whether that’s in the Toronto Entertainment District, catching a concert or a Blue Jays game at the Rogers Centre Stadium, the CN Tower, the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, and all of the restaurants, bars, and bustling vibrant businesses of the King West neighborhood.
Blending classic Toronto with contemporary urban designs, the converted Westside Lofts are quite the catch. The retro-looking exterior once used by offices has now been matched with a fully modern interior. The city views are unique to the Westside Lofts building and in terms of downtown travel, it couldn’t get any better for 700 King Street West. The TTC routes along King Street and Bathurst Street are highly effective in being able to bring residents all over the city. The bike lanes on Adelaide Street and Richmond Street are also used regularly by residents of 700 King Street West and the surrounding area. The Westside Lofts currently maintains a transit score of 100 out of 100 as well as a massive walk score of 98 out of 100. All found within a half kilometre’s walk of the Westside Lofts are restaurants such as Blowfish, bars such as the Banknote Bar, grocery stores such as The Kitchen Table, and recreational spaces including Victoria Square Park among others.
The average price per square foot for the Westside Lofts is $553 per square foot. The year over year increase in value is approximately 12.2 percent. In addition, units at this location are 17 percent less expensive than average King West condos. These three facts align to outline a strong investment for buyers of all kinds. Buying into the Westside Lofts allows a person to gain access to the variety of amenities from watching the Blue Jays at the Rogers Centre, the thrills of the Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, the fashion and entertainment of King West, the music scene of Queen Street, and all of the outdoor recreational activities along the Toronto waterfront.
The 700 King Street West building includes a gym and exercise room, concierge services, a party room, a meeting and function room, the usual pet restrictions, security, a common rooftop deck, public transit, visitor parking, a parking garage, a sauna, and an enter phone system. The maintenance fees at the Westside Lofts assist in covering air conditioning, heat, water, common element maintenance, and building insurance.
There is never a shortage of reasons to buy into the Westside Lofts. The building is a prestigious one with some of the top in-house amenities in the area. Just a walk, skip and a jump away are amenities in the categories of boutique shopping, restaurants, fashion, entertainment, music, and outdoor activities. There are grocery stores, a range of outdoor space, and it is a strong location in terms of transit whether you are moving by car, streetcar, subway, on foot, or on bike. There is no better place to buy right now than the King West neighborhood. To buy a unit at the Westside Lofts, don’t hesitate to browse through the available units for more information on floor plans, pricing, and the impressive interiors.