Corktown District Phase II at 510 King Street East
Roomy, progressive, and full of amenities: Corktown District Phase II is the ideal live/work building in Toronto’s fastest growing east end neighbourhood.
The Price Point
1 Bedroom + Den:
An eight-storey, 192-unit loft residence in the centre of Corktown, “Phase II” is the second phase of the uber-hip Streetcar Development’s loft project. The building is chock full of amenities; there’s a resident’s lounge with a billiards table, a fitness centre, a penthouse party room, and a rooftop terrace.
The building itself contains 182 units and 10 loft houses, ranging in size from 448 to 1,788 square feet.
Spacious and roomy with polished concrete floors throughout, Corktown District lofts feel like they’re in the big city. With large amounts of space (seriously… Streetcar doesn’t skimp on the floor space) it has a contemporary feel and unique floorplans that make for some interesting furniture arrangements.
The loft houses are more like small townhouses, with dedicated parking and ground-floor entry at the back of the building. With multi-storeys and walk-in closets, these units are a rarity in the east end and sure to cause condo envy.
Corktown Commons is an urban park in what used to be the West Don Lands. Finished just in time for the 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am games, this 18-acre park is perfect for cycling, walking, picnicking, and playdates.
The building is super close to the merging of Queen and King, so noise may be a concern for lower-floor units. Still, its access is unparalleled with the Don Valley Parkway, Eastern Avenue, Richmond Street, and Adelaide Street all nearby.