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Forma Condos

Sold Out Feb 2023

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Forma Condos Price History

$1,951/sq.ft.
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since launch
as of July 14, 2024

Studio

Sold Out $2,272/ft Last Price・Jan 2023  +$130  (+6.1%) Since Launch

1 Bed

Sold Out $1,867/ft Last Price・Oct 2022  +$137  (+7.9%) Since Launch

1 Bed + Den

Sold Out $1,906/ft Last Price・Feb 2023  +$90  (+5.0%) Since Launch

2 Bed

Sold Out $2,068/ft Last Price・Feb 2023  +$100  (+5.1%) Since Launch

3 Bed

Sold Out $1,875/ft Last Price・Feb 2023  +$38  (+2.1%) Since Launch
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Forma Condos is a new condominium development by Dream & Great Gulf Homes & Westdale Properties currently under construction located at 266 King Street West, Toronto in the Entertainment District neighbourhood with a 100/100 walk score and a 100/100 transit score. Forma Condos is designed by Gehry International, Inc. and will feature interior design by Studio Paolo Ferrari. Development is scheduled to be completed in 2028. The project is 73 storeys tall (304.2m, 998ft) and has a total of 864 suites ranging from 376 sq.ft to 3354 sq.ft. Forma Condos is the #1181 tallest condominium in Toronto and the #46 tallest condominium in Entertainment District.

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Entertainment District
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Neighbourhood in Toronto

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About Entertainment District

Discovering Toronto’s Entertainment District: A Hub of Culture, Cuisine, and Comfort

Toronto’s Entertainment District is a vibrant and dynamic area, known as the city’s premier destination for culture, dining, and nightlife. Situated in the heart of downtown, this neighborhood boasts an array of attractions, top-rated restaurants, theaters, and modern living spaces. With its unique blend of entertainment options and urban lifestyle, the Entertainment District is perfect for those seeking excitement and convenience in the city. Here’s an in-depth look at what makes the Entertainment District a beloved part of Toronto.

Why People Love the Entertainment District

  1. Diverse Entertainment Options: From live theater shows at the Royal Alexandra or Princess of Wales theaters to concerts at Roy Thomson Hall and opera at the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, the Entertainment District is a cultural mecca.
  2. Thrilling Sports Events: Sports enthusiasts can catch a Toronto Raptors basketball game at Scotiabank Arena or a Blue Jays baseball game at the Rogers Centre, both located within the district.
  3. TIFF and Film Culture: As the home to the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), the Entertainment District offers year-round film screenings and special events for movie buffs.
  4. Nightlife and Clubs: With club venues like Orchid Nightclub and The Fifth Social Club, the area offers a lively nightlife scene with multi-level clubs featuring live music and DJs.
  5. Gastronomic Delights: The district is home to a wide array of dining options, catering to every palate. Whether you’re looking for a casual beer at the Loose Moose or upscale Italian dining at Scaddabush Italian Kitchen & Bar, the Entertainment District has it all.

Real Estate in the Entertainment District: Modern Living Amidst Urban Excitement

  • Modern Condominiums: The Entertainment District features a range of modern condominium buildings, providing residents with luxurious amenities and stunning city views. Notable developments include the TIFF Bell Lightbox condos, offering a unique living experience for film enthusiasts and city dwellers alike.
  • Proximity to Key Attractions: Residents of the Entertainment District enjoy easy access to Toronto’s major attractions, fine dining, and shopping experiences, ensuring a lifestyle of convenience and excitement.
  • High Demand for Properties: Due to its central location and vibrant atmosphere, the Entertainment District is a highly sought-after area for both living and investment, making real estate in this neighborhood a valuable asset.

Local Amenities and Lifestyle

  • Shopping Galore: The district is partially bordered by Queen Street West, known for its independent boutiques and popular brand name retailers like MEC, Zara, and Aritzia.
  • Relaxing Green Spaces: Enjoy the tranquility of David Pecaut Square or the historical charm of Roundhouse Park, offering a break from the urban hustle and a place for community events.
  • Fitness and Recreation: With numerous fitness and training gyms, yoga studios, and the Harrison Pool community center, the Entertainment District caters to the health and wellness needs of its residents.
  • Convenient Transit and Commute: Residents benefit from excellent public transit options, with streetcars on Queen and King Street and proximity to the Spadina streetcar and Yonge-University subway lines.

The Entertainment District is the heart of Toronto’s cultural and entertainment scene. Whether you’re drawn to its bustling theaters, diverse culinary offerings, or modern living spaces, the Entertainment District provides an unmatched urban living experience. With its rich array of amenities, easy access to the city’s best attractions, and vibrant community vibe, the Entertainment District continues to captivate both residents and visitors alike, establishing itself as one of Toronto’s most exciting and dynamic areas.