KING Toronto

Dylan Donovan

Sales Representative

Direct: (416) 317-4040
Office: (416) 925-9191
Fax: (416) 925-9395
Kristen Duern

Sales Representative

Direct: (647) 801-9003
Office: (416) 925-9191
Fax: (416) 925-9395

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KING Toronto

Neighbourhood: King West

Address: 489 - 533 King St. W

City: Toronto

Developer:

Westbank

Allied REIT

Architect:

Bjarke Ingles Group (BIG)

Number of suites:

Under 500

Property management:

TBA

About KING Toronto

The long-awaited KING Toronto development by Westbank, Allied REIT, and Bjarke Ingels is coming to the heart of King West’s Entertainment District. The area which is known for its charming low-rise historical brick architecture and vibrant lifestyle is set to be the site for Toronto’s first project by ‘starchitect’ Bjarke Ingels. The BIG group and Westbank collaboratively have pushed the envelope for KING Toronto by creating a unique and significant addition to Toronto’s skyline. Bjarke Ingles is widely known for buildings that defy convention while incorporating sustainable development principles and bold sociological concepts. KING Toronto will be the third architectural addition to Canada from Westbank and BIG with previous collaborations including the highly successful Vancouver House and Telus Sky in Calgary.

The development of KING Toronto is reminiscent of Moshe Safdie’s Habitat 67 in Montreal with the architecture designed to incorporate the building into the landscape of the area.

KING Toronto is set to rise 16-stories above King Street West with four peaks wrapping around the central courtyard of the property. The gradual recession on each floor allows for a large percentage of the suites in the building to offer spacious terraces and multiple exposures. The design centres on adding to the sense of community along King West, putting a significant amount of focus on the interaction of public spaces, extensive art installations and retail spaces along the street level and through the courtyard.   

On the KING Toronto site during the fall of 2018  was the installation of Unzipped, designed by Bjarke Ingels and The BIG Group. The installation which began as part of the Serpentine Galleries in London, UK then came to Toronto as an exhibition celebrating the launch of KING Toronto and the first stop of the installation’s world tour.  

KING Toronto comes as the fourth Toronto project for Westbank. Their first project in Toronto was the successful Shangri-La Hotel & Residences Toronto. With two projects currently under construction in Toronto at 19 Duncan Street and the highly-anticipated Mirvish Village redevelopment Westbank is continuing to expand their presence in Toronto and their reputation as one of Canada’s premier development companies.


KING Toronto Features & Amenities

  • Interiors designed by Bjarke Ingels Group 
  • Four separate lobbies for each mountain
  • Custom piano by Bkarke Ingels & Fazioli
  • 24-hour concierge / security
  • Indoor/Outdoor pool
  • Hot tub
  • Sauna and steam room
  • Fitness centre
  • Outdoor terrace
  • Games and party room
  • Package & delivery service

KING Toronto Suite Guide

Suite Type
Starting Size
Starting Price

Studios
484 sq.ft.
$800K

One Bed
484 sq.ft.
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One Bed + Study
561 sq.ft.
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One Bed + Atelier
671 sq.ft.
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Two Bed
941 sq.ft.
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Two Bed + Study
1,074 sq.ft.
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Two Bed + Atelier
1,208 sq.ft.
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Three Bed
1,377 sq.ft.
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Three Bed + Atelier
1,614 sq.ft.
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