Four Eleven King Condos is a development by Terracap Management Inc. and Great Gulf located at 411 King Street West, Toronto. The building has a total of 615 units and 42 storeys.
About Four Eleven King Condos
Unparalleled living at King and Spadina in Toronto with the city’s best dining, cafes, entertainment, and lifestyle.
This 42-storey condominium development is designed by KPMB Architects and Quadrangle and featured a grid of copper-hued aluminium frames. This style gives the tower a distinct identity among its mostly square neighbours in the King West area.
Four Eleven King Condos Location
411 King Street Condos is a masterful design located in the perfect pocket of downtown Toronto that is buzzing all day and night. King West is well known for its proximity to neighbourhoods like The Financial District, The Entertainment District and The Fashion District.
Residents will have access to landmarks such as The Rogers Centre, The Air Canada Centre, Ripley’s Aquarium, CN Tower, TIFF Bell Lightbox and much more.
For those looking to transit quickly for education, Four Eleven King is located near many schooling options for all ages. Nearby schools include PHA Alternative Junior School, Oasis Alternative School, OCAD University, University of Toronto, Ryerson University and George Brown College.
With a perfect transit score of 100/100, Four Eleven King Condos residents can take advantage of subway, bus and train access to travel across the city. The close distance to Union Station means commuters also have the easy ability to grab a GO Train and travel out of Toronto to anywhere in the GTA.
Nearby residents also have access to parks such as Clarence Square Park, Northern Linear Park, and the Alex Wilson Community Garden.
About The Developer
Great Gulf is an award-winning builder and developer of new homes and condos in Toronto, Milton, Sharon Village, Bradford, Oakville, Whitby and Brampton. Great Gulf’s new developments are built upon three core values. Design. Technology. Experience. For 40 years, they have embodied the spirit of these values within each of their 40,000 homes.