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438 King St W, , ,
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Corp. TSCC 1810
Developer Great Gulf
Interior Designer Gluckstein Design
Architect Diamond Schmitt Architects
Storeys 21
Total Units 281
Completed 2008
Amenities
Lounge w/ BarBillards
Media RoomWet Bar
Concierge

The Hudson occupies a prominent corner between two dynamic neighbourhoods, the dynamic Entertainment District and the flourishing ecclectic environment of King West. All 281 suites of the building offer floor-to-ceiling windows. A large amenity club on the second level opens to a roof-top garden with stunning panoramic views of the city. The lobby meets the residential need of a well located entry yet is discreetly tucked between two building wings and architectually identifiable with a dazzling copper canopy. The street level is bustling with pedestrians who take advantage of the grocery store and coffee bar contained in the glass box that sits at the street corner, adding another layer of activity to King and Spadina.

 

The dramatic 21 storey Hudson, designed by architectural firm Diamond and Schmitt features superb ensuite finishes; with dramatic ceiling heights of 9′ in all principal rooms; most suites feature gleaming engineered-wood floors with a choice of marble, porcelain or ceramic tiled floors to compliment the kitchen area. The superior kitchens boast unique kitchen cabinetry, complete with upper cabinets; designed by Gluckstein Design; with a selection of granite or Corian countertops.

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Photo by Zak Nuttall for SHANE

LIVING IN DOWNTOWN WEST

 

Downtown West is Toronto’s most lively neighbourhood. This neighbourhood’s vitality is due to the fact that Toronto’s Entertainment, Fashion, and Financial districts are all located here. Until recently there were limited residential options in Downtown West. However, in the past few years the rezoning of King-Spadina commercial buildings into residential lofts, the downtown condominium and townhome building boom, and the massive redevelopment currently underway at the former railway lands have now made it possible for many more people to live, work and play in this urban neighbourhood.

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