Toronto’s Thompson Residences At King & Bathurst
The Ultimate in Urban Luxury.
Striking Architecture In A Premium Location. THIS is King West. Two Bedroom Two Bathroom Condominium Residence With Floor To Ceiling Windows, Wood Flooring Throughout, Open Concept Living Space.
An Upgraded Modern Kitchen With Integrated Stainless Steel Appliances, And Much Much More. Over $50,000 Spent On Upgrades. Great Hotel Style Amenities With 24 Hour Concierge, Fitness Room And Access To The Spectacular Rooftop Pool And Lavelle Restaurant Bar.
UNIT Extra’s: Ss Fridge, Ss Stove, Ss Dishwasher, Ss Built-In Microwave, Washer And Dryer. Steps To Restaurants, Cafes, Bars, Shopping, Ttc Transit, Easy Highway Access.
ABOUT THOMPSON RESIDENCES:
Completed in 2010, the Thompson Residences at 55 Stewart Street — part of the hotel and residential complex known as 550 Wellington West — are among the most prestigious and upscale condominiums in the city. Connected to the luxury Thompson Hotel in the heart of Toronto’s Fashion District at King Street West and Portland, the building is a mixture of condominiums and lofts.
Much of the attraction of the Thompson Residences also stems from access to the numerous amenities available to residences, about 30,000 square feet of amenities, in fact. This includes the rooftop bar and swimming pool, which has become one of the trendiest and most popular destinations in the city.
As well, residents have a direct view of and access to a landscaped courtyard with a water fountain and to Victoria Memorial Park. Residents also have access to such amenities as housekeeping, room service, laundry, valet and pet services, as well as a screening room, a fitness and wellness centre, grocery delivery, a lobby bar and restaurant and, of course, a parking garage.
- Landscaped courtyard with a water fountain
- Victoria Memorial Park
- Room service
- Valet services
- Pet services
- Screening room
- Fitness and wellness centre
- Grocery delivery
- Lobby bar and restaurant
- Parking garage
ABOUT THE NEIGHBOURHOOD:
The Fashion District itself has become a much-sought after destination for homeowners. In recent years, many of the warehouses that once populated the area have been refurbished into artists’ studios and galleries, publishers, software and tech design offices and condos and lofts. The area is occupied by a mix of artists, musicians, designers, professionals and students, all attracted by the area’s proximity to the music clubs and restaurants on Queen Street West, the theatre district and dance clubs along King Street West, the galleries and artists along Richmond Street and the easy walk to the unparalleled food offerings in Chinatown and Kensington Market.
The Fashion District lies within easy walk of numerous top-notch Chinese and Vietnamese restaurants and offers easy access to cheap and plentiful fruit and vegetables. Nearby Kensington Market — with its somewhat anarchic, freewheeling character — is also home to some of Toronto’s favourite butchers, delis, cheese shops and restaurants and bars.