Welcome to suite 506 located at one of King West's coolest and most exclusive lofts, 29 Camden Street. This incredibly rare unit is a true loft full of character and charm. The layout of suite 506 is as good as it gets with a large and open kitchen, incredible living space, and super bright bedroom. The entire unit features massive loft style glass windows from end to end which bathes the property in natural light.
If outdoor space is your thing, suite 506 has has an rare south facing balcony and BBQ's are allowed!
The property has also been fully upgraded throughout including a beautiful kitchen with modern cabinetry and backsplash as well a modern bathroom with a steam shower.
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This is the building that started it all. Launched when residential development was not actually permitted in the area — the project required special city council approval — this seminal development created a precedent for the subsequent residential projects that ultimately redefined this part of the city.
Completed in 2000, this 55 unit loft-style building set a new trend in both design and location.
The first new residential building in the King West District, Camden Lofts led the way for other developers in this formerly industrial area.
Camden was also among the first in Toronto to introduce “new-loft” features, including exposed concrete ceilings and walls, huge warehouse style windows, and custom industrial lighting. The building’s brick and glass exterior was designed to complement the warehouse asethetic so prevalent in the area.
Camden Lofts was developed by one of Urban Capital’s principals together with Dundee Realty, a major Canadian developer.
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King West is without a doubt one Toronto's most happening neighbourhoods. The area is sort of every expanding with the boarders ranging from King and Spadina all the way over to King and Shaw. The true epicenter of King West is the region from Spadina to Bathurst and within this relatively small area there is certainly a great deal going on. King West is known for having some of the cities best restaurants include Lee, Frings, Cibo, Gusto 101, Pizza Libretto, Colette, Buca and Bar Buca, Jacobs Steak House, Patria...you get the idea.
In addition to being a hot spot for foodies, King West is equally as known for it lively night life. Lineups can be found every weekend at a number of bars and clubs, from the young laid back crowd at Bellfast Love to the done uppers at Everleigh. This is a neighbourhood where there is always something to do.
Of course there are also people who live in the neighbourhood, and most are of the trendy variety. Fashion, grooming, personal fitness and wellness are all a big part of most King West residents lives. The buildings are mostly mid-rise with a number having rooftop pools including both the Thompson Hotel and Thompson Residences buildings.