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Victory Lofts


478 King St W




corp #
TSCC 2250
building type
BLVD Developments
number of suites
property mgmt co
Icon Property Management
smallest unit
349 FT2
largest unit
2545 FT2
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What we know about Victory Lofts:

Victory Lofts is a sleek 12-storey building, with an exterior styled in concrete, brick and glass. Hosting over 170 lofts, the suites at Victory Lofts range from one-bedroom plus den to three-bedrooms and feature nine-foot exposed concrete ceilings, wall-to-wall windows, hardwood floors, modern appliances, and spacious balconies. The amenities at Victory Lofts go above and beyond and include a full fitness centre, party room, and a private film screening room to host your own private parties. Graceful, minimalist and pristine walking through, let alone living in Victory Lofts is quite the experience. Close to the Rogers Centre, it's always a short walk to catch a baseball game or check out the exotic creatures at Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada. On a warm day, you can always go for a stroll on Toronto’s waterfront or visit the patios of some local restaurants. If you prefer to stay home and cooks, you will surely find something at Fresh & Wild Food Market at the corner of Spadina and King, Metro Centre Marketplace on Wellington or JC Foodlane on Wellington.

What's Nearby:

Victory Lofts is only steps away from Quantum Coffee for that morning caffeine fix and if you're not in the mood to cook, Patria and Weslodge are near this condo. Groceries can be found at Fresh & Wild which is a short walk and you'll find Fresh & Wild only a few minutes walk as well. Entertainment around 478 King St W is easy to come by, with Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival, CineCycle and TIFF Bell Lightbox With Victoria Memorial Square, Campbell House Museum and Toronto Railway Museum only steps away from your door, you'll always have something to do on a day off or weekend.

Getting Around:

Living in this King West condo is made easier by the access to the TTC. ST ANDREW STATION - NORTHBOUND PLATFORM Subway stop is a 1-minute drive. There is also KING ST WEST AT SPADINA AVE WEST SIDE Streetcar Stop with routes 304 KING running from 04:31 am to 04:49 am, and504 KING running from 05:27 am to 01:27 am, is only steps away. If you need to get on the highway often, Gardiner Expressway and Spadina Ave has both on and off ramps and is only a 2-minute drive.