A new boutique condo project will soon take shape in Toronto’s dynamic West Queen West neighbourhood. So far, details on the eight-storey building have been scant, but Urbancorp recently unveiled a few key tidbits of information.
For starters, the development has been aptly named West Queen West Condos thanks to its central location at 944 Queen Street West, just east of Ossington. The project will house 133 units in total, which come in a variety of styles, from one-bedroom suites to spacious three bedrooms that exceed 1,000 square feet.
The building will also boast a modern aesthetic, with a geometric glass exterior and wooden base. It’s a direct nod to the uber-stylish area in which it’s located. And get this: West Queen West was recently declared the world’s second coolest neighbourhood by Vogue Magazine. Take it from the influential fashion publication: the enviable area, which is peppered with trendy eateries, one-of-a-kind retail boutiques and a wealth of art galleries, is officially world renowned.
Looking for design inspiration? Residents won’t have trouble outfitting their suite with modern fixings thanks to the number of nearby home furnishing stores, from StyleGarage (which designs and manufactures its own pieces) to WilliamsCraig Design on Ossington. When in need of a bite to eat, your tastebuds will soon be overwhelmed. Head to Sam James Coffee Bar for quality coffee and delectable sweets or The Good Son for cozy comfort food.
The neighbourhood is also infused with culture: The Museum of Contemporary Art and Craft Ontario are practically the project’s next door neighbours.
Prices for two-bedroom suites start from $299,900 and larger units will exceed 1,000 square feet.