Cutting-edge boutiques, trendy restaurants, and lively cafés lining one of Toronto’s most popular streets – King West is an area on the rise, literally and figuratively!

The Lifestyle

People here know that there’s rarely a dull moment living in King West. This stretch of King Street is home to some of the areas best restaurants, boutiques, plus a selection of handy amenities (like drug stores, grocers, and parks).

The defining element of King West is its convenience. King Street is even becoming more accessible for commuters, with new ideas like the King Street Pilot Project cutting down commute times to make getting to work (and exploring the area) even easier. You have the streetcar, with access to the subway, but you can also walk this neighbourhood and find whatever you need.

The Buildings

In recent years, there have been a lot of new buildings popping up in the area. Whether it’s at the intersection of King and Bathurst, or cropping up south of King on Portland. This is an area of intense growth, benefitting from the continued development of the nearby Downtown Core.

The Amenities

Want a night out on the town? Living in King West will never let you down. Start your day enjoying custard tarts at Portland Variety, head to WVRST to dine on German sausage for lunch, and make reservation at Fring’s for dinner (co-owned by Drake).  On any other day, you can also enjoy the organic grocery stores, and other highly-livable amenities that make up one of Toronto’s hippest strips.

The Highlight

If you love to eat, living in King West is a foodie’s dream. There are new restaurants, alongside exciting bakeries, and other shops (like chocolatiers and Turkish bagels). If you ever felt like you wanted to be a part of Toronto’s culinary scene, King West is the one for you.

Walk Score: 98

Transit Score: 100

Bike Score: 64

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