111_bathurst If you want to truly feel the pulse of the city, just head to King West. The neighbourhood’s wealth of eateries and entertainment hot spots is downright dazzling.

Harhay Developments and Carttera Private Equities are building a unique structure just north of Bathurst and King that taps right into the energy of the area.

A 17-storey loft-style building, oneeleven is at the centre of it all. Its modern design (the lobby has a gemstone wall of Blue Tiger’s Eye) and comfortable interiors are enough to make you want to stay in to entertain. That is, if you weren’t already surrounded by the best of Toronto.

Jimmy’s Coffee
107 Portland St.

The cafe is such a Toronto favourite that it’s already opened satellite locations on Adelaide Street West and Kensington Market. This location started it all. Housed in unassuming Victorian building, Jimmy’s Coffee supplies patrons with a steady caffeine fix, be it Americanos, lattes or cappucinos. Pastries and baked goods in fun flavours are also available.

Stanley Park
845 King St. W.

Just south of King Street, the green space is the de facto meeting place in the neighbourhood on summer afternoons. Your dog can make other canine friends in the off-leash area, you can challenge your companion to a tennis match or just relax and have a picnic. The neighbourhood may be urban but its residents still love spending their downtown relaxing in a park.

35 Bathurst St.
60 Bathurst St.

There’s no need to hoof it to a shopping mall if you want to dress in the latest styles. The neighbourhood is stocked with boutiques that carry the latest fashions for men and women. Riant is known for carrying a dizzying variety of ladies’ brands laid out across a spacious shop. Gotstyle caters to gents who want to look their best in custom suits, though there’s plenty of more casual wear to choose from as well.

604 King St.

The Italian resto is a critical darling – even Jamie Oliver is a fan. Set in a glammed up former warehouse, the space becomes a hotspot during the Toronto International Film Festival. But it’s the indulgent pizzas and impressive wine collection that make it a neighbourhood star year round.

If your neighbourhood must-have’s include endless possibilities for eating, entertaining and enjoying urban life, then check out oneeleven as soon as you can.  Visit the presentation gallery and take advantage of an incentive that lets purchasers own a home with only 10 per cent down and live mortgage free for one-year. But you’ll have to hurry – the offer ends July 6th.

Available suites start from $200,000.

For more information contact  647 347 4111 or info@oneeleven.ca.

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