FORMA Condos in Toronto is a new mixed-use high-rise condominium building. Dream, Great Gulf, and Westdale Properties are collaborating on this new pre-construction project. In the Entertainment District, this project is located at 260 King Street West. It is bounded to the east by Ed Mirvish Way and to the west by John Street.
Firstly the towers will have complementary, yet different designs. That will seamlessly vibe with the history and texture of the dynamic neighborhood. So thanks to internationally renowned Frank Gehry at the helm of the building’s architectural team.
Secondly over 85,000 square feet of retail space, ranging from multinational brands to fashionable eateries to locally-based boutiques. It is available in this new condo complex. The property will become a magnet for employment opportunities in addition to 115,000 square feet of commercial space directly on the King streetcar line. An unique feature of this Entertainment District condominium is the inclusion of an arts facility for OCAD students.
Thirdly FORMA is not happy to simply be a part of this bustling Cultural Corridor. It is also working to safeguard Toronto’s future as a center for the creation, research, and exhibition of art. Along King Street West, John Street, Ed Mirvish Way, and Pearl Street, which border the site to the north, the concept also calls for an improved streetscape.
Finally this new building will help to transform King Street West into a flourishing, livable, and sustainable community. Not only a desirable address to call home, but also a terrific location to immerse yourself in the world’s best art, culture, and design without ever leaving your home!
Location and Neighborhood
Real estate in Toronto’s Entertainment District is already appealing. This is a true urban enclave where everything is within reach. There’s always something to entertain, engage, and inspire, from world-class entertainment at hotspots like the Princess of Wales Theatre and Roy Thompson Hall to some of the city’s trendiest restaurants, pubs, and clubs. The TIFF Bell Lightbox, the home of the Toronto International Film Festival, is just down the street and features screenings and A-list industry events all year.
Because it’s directly on the 24-hour King Streetcar line and only steps from the St. Andrew Subway station, the site gets a near-perfect 98 Walk Score and 100 Transit Score. On calmer days, enjoy a fifteen-minute stroll to Toronto’s picturesque waterfront, where you can catch a ferry to Toronto Island. It’s not every day that you have the opportunity to invest in a project that will benefit so many diverse communities and lifestyles.
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