We at the Toronto Star’s NewinHomes.com love checking checking out streets that are heavy with new developments. Recently, we walked across King St. West, so to be fair, we headed out to King St. East.
Trinity Lofts by Streetcar Developments
Okay, okay, we know that Trinity Lofts isn’t on King St. East, but we ran into it while we were walking up Parliament – so we figured we’d toss it into the mix! Trinity Lofts is actually located at 2 Eastern Ave., and is nearing completion. It looks like all that’s left are the interiors, and some minor exterior detailing. Trinity Lofts is an eight-storey condo that is comprised of 83 units. Some of the interior features will include cool exposed concrete ceilings, prefinished hardwood flooring, and granite or quartz countertops in the modern kitchens.
The King East by Hyde Park Homes and Lamb Development Corp.
After we finished gawking at Trinity Lofts, we continued up Parliament and finally made it up to King St. East. As we trudged through the heat, we got closer and closer to The King East, and it wasn’t until we arrived at the intersection that we felt the true impact of the building. Located at 330 King St. East, The King East rises 14 storeys, showing off a pixelated facade, created by the glass panelling, large balconies, and overall structure. It definitely stands out, in a good way of course! The King East will be comprised of 215 units, with interiors featuring solid wood cabinetry and sliding glass doors to the bedrooms.
King Plus Condos by Terracomm and Plus Development Group
After taking about a hundred photos of The King East, we headed west until stumbling upon King Plus Condos, which is still in preconstruction. Located at the corner of King St. East and Sherburne, King Plus Condos will make a strong statement on the skyline, eventually rising to 17 storeys. King Plus will boast a modern design, accenting the area with respect to its quaint stylings. There will be a total of 132 units at King Plus Condos. Some of the impressive interior features and finishes will include stainless steel European appliances and kitchen islands.
We can not wait to see these three projects completed, and we especially can’t wait to see what the future holds for King Street in its entirety. Stay tuned to our HomesandCondosBlog to keep updated on the transformation of our amazing city and beyond!Google+