Situated in downtown Toronto, Theatre Park Condos is a joint venture by the Lamb Development Corp, Niche Developments, and Harhay Developments. Completed in 2014, and located at 224 King St W, in the heart of the King West corridor which is nestled in the Theatre District and shares its border with Old Toronto.
Neighbouring the Royal Alexandra Theatre and settled on King Street at the intersection of Duncan and Simcoe, Theatre Park Condos consists of 47-stories of luxury appointed suites. With 236 units, Theatre Park Condos is home to residents who enjoy luxury living. Units vary from one to two-bedroom condos, but Theatre Park Condos also offers exclusive three-bedroom and penthouse options for those seeking a grand suite design. Unit sizes range from 920 to 2480 square feet and the condominium is Registered now, so there are always units available to purchase on the resale market.
The development is a true masterpiece with its unique steel and glass exterior structure, making it one of the most unique facades in King West. Residents enjoy stunning views of downtown Toronto from their private walk-out balconies and enjoy open-concept living with their impeccably designed suites. Each unit has 9-foot ceilings up to the 35th floor, with 10-foot ceilings on floors 36-46, and penthouses include whopping 11-foot ceilings with bright ambient light channeling through expansive floor-to-ceiling windows.
Amenities include 24 hour concierge, state-of-the-art fitness centre, rooftop deck, swimming pool and a restaurant. What makes this development unique and in high-demand is its location, which had been given an impressive walkscore of 100/100. Residents can walk to all major landmarks in the city, and also have walking access to grocery stores such as the Sobeys on Fort York Blvd, Fresh and Wild Food Market on Spadina. Theatre Park also has an obvious appeal for anyone interested in the performing arts due to its close proximity to Royal Alexandra Theatre, Princess of Wales Theatre and TIFF Bell Lightbox which is happening place to ’see and be seen’ every September during the Toronto International Film Festival.
With convenient bicycle-friendly streets like Adelaide and Wellington close-by, residents can zip around the city either on cycle or by taking the King streetcar connecting you to the North South. For those zipping around in your car is a breeze seeing as King West connecting to the Gardiner Expressway via the Spadina Ave onramp is just around the corner.
Suites at Theatre Park condos are currently listed from $649,900, going up to $2,029,900
The Lamb Development Corp has over 20 years of experience with a footprint in the Toronto Core creating world-class residential and commercial properties including:
- The Harlowe
- East 55 Condos
- James Condo
- The Brant Park
- 231 Richmond East Condos
- Flatiron Lofts
- King Charlotte Condominiums
- Parc Lofts
- The King East Condos
- Wellington House