King West

King Street Toronto Condominiums

Roy Thompson Hall, The Royal Alexandra Theatre and The Princess of Wales Theatre begin the entertainment strip.

There is so much going on in this area it is hard to keep up with all the building.  From the Bell Lightbox and Festival Tower to the Shangri La, this neighbourhood is the closest thing Toronto offers to compare with Broadway in New York.

There are too many bars, restaurants, clubs and entertainment venues to even mention.

If you are looking to live in the heart of the action then this is your neighbourhood.

    Housing Styles:

The area is primarily condominiums with a small number of  townhouses off of King.

    Major Intersection:

The Entertainment District begins at University and King and runs towest to Bathurst St.  The area is bounded on the South by Front St and Queen ST. on the North.

    Getting Around:

The King streetcar is the lifeline of the Entertainment district with the St. Andrew subway station an easy walk from all theatres.

Taxis abound at all hours of the day as they do dual duty for the financial and entertainment districts.


Niagara Street Public School
222 Niagara Street. – (416) 393-1371

Discovering Minds Montessori School.
74 Bathurst St. – (416) 504-0110

St. Mary Elementary School
20 Portugal Square. – (416) 393-5205

Oasis Alternative Secondary School
20 Brandt Street. – (416) 393-9830

Ryerson Community Public School
96 Denison Ave. – (416) 393-1340

Charles De Grase Elementary School
79 Manning Ave. – (416) 393-1830

City School
635 Queens Quay West. -(416) 393-1470