Symphony Place on Simcoe Street just south of King Street and across from Roy Thompson Hall, is a well-established 23-storey high rise with a welcoming lobby of Victorian Era white stone inspiration. The condo tower rises above the grounds of the historic St. Andrew Presbyterian Church, with a total of 87 King West condos for sale and for rent. Enjoy living in this boutique condominium!
Symphony Place provides three floors of office and meeting space for the church and the 87 luxury condominium residences boast various suite designs. Solariums and some open terraces, dens and breakfast nooks are incorporated into many of the designs.
Outside your door is one of Toronto’s main theatre districts, with all the thrill and rush of the King West neighbourhood surrounding. Easy access to Yonge Street nightlife, Queen Street music, and Bay Street’s Financial District.
Symphony Place is especially relevant among downtown Toronto condos for its spacious suites. As a result square footage ranges from 700 to over 3000. Enjoy a feeling of openness, while the penthouses are big enough to get lost within. Built in 1991, Symphony Place is a well-established condo building with over 20 years of residential history. For homeowners looking for proof of a condos value, there is a hardly a better sign than the test of time, and Symphony Place is certainly here to stay.
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71 Simcoe Street has a Walk Score of 100 out of 100. This location is a Walker’s Paradise so daily errands do not require a car. 71 Simcoe Street is a one minute walk from the 504 KING and the 508 LAKE SHORE RD at the KING ST WEST AT SIMCOE ST stop. This location is in the Waterfront Communities-The Island neighborhood in Toronto. Nearby parks include Simcoe Park, St. Patrick’s Square and Nathan Phillips square.