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201- 20 Joe Shuster Way

LISTED AT $459,900



Central living near Liberty Village North’s newest spots! This 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom condo unit with private balcony features high ceilings, an efficient layout, modern finishes and floor to ceiling windows, perfect for all seasons in the city. With easy access to great food, entertainment, outdoor living, shopping and transit – you’ll have the best of the downtown core and the West end at your ready at all times. Set up your desk and enjoy working from home in your light-filled space during the day, and then relax in the evening with your social bubble over a meal on the custom built island with leathered granite or order in from numerous nearby takeout spots. Unlike other condos, this suite is conveniently located on the 2nd floor – so no long waits for the elevator! With amazing interest rates, now is the perfect time to stop paying rent and start investing in yourself. Locker included.

Perfect for downtown living and working, this unit is centrally located near both the city’s downtown core and the popular Queen West West neighbourhood. With walkability to takeout from some of the city’s best food spots, you’ll enjoy comfortable day-to-day living during today’s current situation and fantastic access to entertainment in the future.

Enjoy your morning coffee from your private balcony and then head out the door for a short stroll to your favourite socially-distanced fitness class at a nearby studio or, head down to the waterfront to run or walk along the water’s edge. Whether you have a pet or not, enjoy numerous great neighbourhood walks – from south down to the lake and the Exhibition Place area, Fort York or over to the popular shopping areas of Queen and King West. During the summer months and when events are allowed, walk down to BMO Field to watch a Toronto FC Game or events at Lamport Stadium. Enjoy future attractions at Exhibition Place like the CNE,

Toronto Ski & Snowboard Show, or other conventions throughout the complex. Ride your bike or walk down to the lakeshore to enjoy beautiful views of the city in either direction. Need to get out of town? It’s just a short walk to the Exhibition GO Station on the south edge of Liberty Village, or a quick drive to Lakeshore Avenue to join the Gardiner Expressway or QEW. Grab the streetcar on King St. or Queen St. to head in either direction across the city – from Roncesvalles and High Park to Leslieville and the Beaches.

Located in the newest part of Liberty Village: the north side of King St West, and walking distance to great amenities like the new Longo’s, Canadian Tire, Structube, West Elm, Balzac’s Coffee, Local Liberty Village, Shoppers Drug Mart, PetsMart and more. Surrounded by fitness and wellness studios, restaurants, shopping and entertainment on Queen and King West Streets. Want to walk a little further? Discover the new Loblaws Groceterias at Bathurst and Lake Shore Blvd., walk east along King St. and pick up a coffee and a special bottle of wine for later from Happy Coffee & Wine or head north to Queen St to enjoy great spots like The Drake Hotel, vegetarian food at Hello 123, pizza from King Slice and a delicious meal from Dandylion. Are you an artist? Pick up art supplies with ease and browse for future ideas from Curry’s Art Supplies on Queen St. – just a short walk away.


Right in the heart of the city, King West is now one of the most popular neighbourhoods in Toronto, counting young urbanites and established professionals among its primary residents.

Bordered by Queen West’s trendy boutiques, cafes, and galleries to the north and the beautiful lakefront to the south, King West is the hub for all things entertainment. Home to some of the city’s most stylish restaurants, theatres, and boutique gyms, the area is most notable for its modern convenience.

Cutting edge and cool, the energy of the neighbourhood is truly palpable, but it’s at night when it comes alive with an otherworldly ambiance. Often compared to Soho Village in New York City, the social scene is unparalleled, attracting fashionistas, foodies, and partiers from all parts of the GTA.

Come September, King West becomes even more glamorous as it is now home to the world renowned Toronto International Film Festival. When the movie premieres are over, the visiting celebrities hit the local hotspots, from the Thompson Hotel’s rooftop bar to the Drake-owned restaurant, Fring’s.

As its popularity has increased, the demand for luxury condos and converted lofts has grown accordingly in order to take advantage of the area’s accessibility to all things downtown. And, with literally everything you need right at your doorstep, including transit, owning a car is definitely not a necessity.

Though the area is very urban, there are plenty of parks for your pooches and schools for your toddlers within walking distance. Plus, you will find an abundance of yoga studios and high end gyms to keep you in top shape.

Overall, if you’re looking to live at the epicenter of the action, the King West neighbourhood is your paradise.


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