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Entertainment District Condos

Entertainment District Neighbourhood

The Entertainment District is bound by Queen Street West, to the north, University Ave to the east, Spadina Avenue to the west, and the Gardiner Expressway to the south. One of its focal points is the Queen and John intersection.  This area was once infamously known for being the “club district," but now this particular area has seen as invasion of new residential condominiums being erected.

This area is in close proximity to the downtown core. It is an urban neighbourhood jam-packed with a number of hotels, bars, lounges, nightclubs, restaurants and street level retail. Many of the nation’s most recognizable landmarks are located in this part of the city.

The CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium, Rogers Centre, Air Canada Centre, Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Royal Alexandra Theatre, Roy Thompson Hall and Princess of Wales Theatre are just some of the elements that gives this district its name. All of Toronto’s major league sport teams are also based within its boundaries. The area also boasts a vibrant business community located in state of the art office towers and converted historical manufacturing warehouses, office lofts, and studios.

The Entertainment District largely features condos, accounting for 99% of sales, accompanied by other condos at 1%. Condo apartments are the common trend and the majority of properties have one bedroom. The common price in the Entertainment District over the past year was  $610,784, an increase of 15% over the same period.

Entertainment District condos

As the area became increasingly known for its high-end condo residences, the stigma of being a clubbing district began to diminish. That revitalization has continued, and the area has become a red-hot location for residential living. High-end condominiums began to sprout up throughout the entertainment district, and old warehouses and factories are constantly being reconstructed into lofts and condos. Even period buildings are being converted into housing. The area continues to appeal to professionals, families, and those seeking homes in the heart of the urban centre.

Being in a prime downtown location, getting around is easy. Access to the TTC and highways make commuting a breeze. The streetcar runs along King Street, Queen Street, and Spadina Avenue, as well as St. Andrew Station on the Yonge-University-Spadina line. The Gardiner Expressway and Lakeshore Boulevard are also easily accessible for those who opt to drive.

 

Toronto's skyline continues to build up, and in turn this is becoming a more densely populated neighbourhood. In 1996, the core of the Entertainment District had only 750 residents, in 2005 that had gone up to 7,500, but today there are over 23,000 inhabitants here. The current population in the area has significantly increased due to Toronto’s love affair with condominiums. The average household income here is roughly $70,000, and there is a fifty-fifty split between owners and renters. Fifty-seven percent of the neighbourhood consists of single individuals, thirty-five percent are couples, and families make up the remaining eight percent.

This neighbourhood is going through a major redevelopment, one of the largest Toronto has ever seen. The main focus is to create a community that is mixed-use, vibrant, and pedestrian friendly. Ideally the area will be compared to places like the Magnificent Mile in Chicago and Time Square in New York.

The Entertainment District features something for everyone. The area is a red-hot location for residential living, making it an ideal community to live and invest.

Entertainment District Condos

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List of New Condos in the Entertainment District Neighbourhood

Encore Theatre District Condos

Development by: Plaza
28 Widmer Street, Toronto, ON M5V 2E7
Condo Prices From The Low $600,000’s CAD
Move in 2022

Empire Maverick Condos

Development by: Empire Communities
333 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V
Condo Prices From The High $500,000’s CAD
Move in 2022

Central Condos at 38 Widmer St

Development by: Concord Adex
38 Widmer St, Toronto, ON M5V 2E9
Condo Prices From The Low $400,000’s CAD
Move in 2022

Carlyle Condos

Development by: Carlyle Communities, Fortress Real Developments and Berkley Group
124 Peter St, Toronto, ON M5V 2G7
Condo Prices From TBA  CAD
Move in 2021

400 Front Street West Condos

Development by: State Building Group and Stanford Homes
400 Front St W, Toronto, ON M5V 2J1
Condo Prices From TBA CAD
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367 King Street West Condos

Development by: TAS
367 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1K1
Condo Prices TBA CAD
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100 Simcoe Street Condos

Development by: TBA
100 Simcoe St, Toronto, ON M5H 3G2
Condo Prices TBA CAD
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305 King Street West Condos

Development by: TBA
305 – 319 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1J5
Condo Prices TBA CAD
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24 Mercer Street Condos

Development by: TBA
24 Mercer St, Toronto, ON M5V 0C4
Condo Prices TBA CAD
Move in 2021

217 Adelaide Street West Condos

Development by: TBA
217 Adelaide St W, Toronto, ON M5H 1W7
Condo Prices TBA CAD
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357 King West Condos

Development by: Great Gulf
357 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1K1
Condo Prices From The High $400,000’s CAD
Move in 2021

Residential Tower Development at 102 Peter St, Toronto, ON M5V 2G7

Development by: Graywood Developments Ltd
102 Peter St, Toronto, ON M5V 2G7
SOLD OUT
Move in 2021

Concord Canada House Condos

Development by: Concord Adex
23 Spadina Ave, Toronto, ON M5V 3M5
SOLD OUT
Move in 2021

401 King Street West Condos

Development by: Great Gulf
401 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1K1
Condo Prices From The Low $300,000’s CAD
Move in 2021

King & Charlotte Condos

Development by: Plaza
400 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1K2
Condo Prices TBA CAD
Move in 2021

150 Pearl Street Condos

Development by: The Conservatory Group
150 Pearl Street, Toronto, ON M5H 1L3
Condo Prices TBA CAD
Move in 2021

101 Spadina Condos

Development by: Devron Developments and Great Gulf
101 Spadina Avenue, Toronto, ON M5V 2K2
Condo Prices TBA CAD
Move in 2021

Nobu Residences Toronto

Development by: Madison Group
15 Mercer St, Toronto, ON M5V 1H2
SOLD OUT
Move in 2022

Mirvish + Gehry Condos

Development by: Great Gulf
260 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1H8
Condo Prices From TBA CAD
Move in 2022

330 Richmond Condos

Development by: Greenpark
330 Richmond St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1X2
SOLD OUT 
Move in 2018

Theatre District Residence

Development by: Plaza
8 – 20 Widmer Street, Toronto, ON M5V 2E7
Condo Prices From The High $300,000’s CAD
Move in 2021

The PJ Condos

Development by: Pinnacle International
283 Adelaide W, Toronto, ON M5H 1X9
SOLD OUT
Move in 2019

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