KING ST WEST
DNA 3 Condos – Downtown’s Next Address is the third and final phase of a vibrant community of modern condominiums coming soon to the King West neighborhood of downtown Toronto.
Inside, the innovative design aesthetic of Cecconi Simone takes over, creating common areas that push the envelope of modernism and minimalism. The lobby, accessible to both King Street and Shank Street, is inspired by the details found in art and high fashion. A mixture of textures contrast beautifully. Rich wood. Sleek stone. Sumptuous leather. Shining glass. All bathed in natural light from three impressive skylights. Two lobby lounge areas provide comfortable seating while hanging out at DNA 3, waiting for friends, or speaking with the helpful concierge and a beautiful RiverRock sculpture garden provides a hint of rugged elegance.The perfect backdrop for a brilliant urban lifestyle.
Saturday nights on the patio of Ultra Supper Club will be history once you get a taste of the 6,000 square feet of amenity space in both DNA3 towers. A sexy outdoor terrace, semi-private lounge areas, semi-private dining areas, BBQ's, cabana beds, sundeck and misting station make up the second floor outdoor space, straight out of South Beach and L.A
Rain Room at DNA 3
At the end of a long day you can unwind in the spectacular indoor rain room with teak slat flooring, where recessed rain shower heads provide a gentle blanket of warm water from overhead. Or stay dry and lounge in one of the neighbouring private spa beds while watching your favourite show on the built-in LCD screen.
AREA: KING WEST:
In recent years there has been a proliferation of chic restaurants, clubs and galleries in the area (such as West, Brant House, Susur, Senses Bar and Restaurant, Thuet Cuisine, Lux, Old Yorke Pub and Grill, the Navarro Gallery etc.) as King Street West becomes more oriented to Toronto's nightlife crowd, and is near major attractions such as the Rogers Centre (formerly Sky dome), Air Canada Centre, The Distillery District, Hockey Hall of Fame, Roy Thomson Hall, Hummingbird Centre, St. Lawrence Market and the historic King Edward Hotel.
Canada's Walk of Fame runs along King Street from John Street to Simcoe Street and south on Simcoe. It is a tribute in granite to Canadians who have gained fame in the fields of music, literature, journalism, dance, sports, acting, entertainment and broadcasting.
King Street East is predominantly known as the high-end, luxury furniture district of downtown Toronto, with dozens of stores on King Street and in the surrounding area.
King West Is Becoming The Toronto Soho Of New York! The Strong Demand For Living In The Neighborhood Is Rapidly Growing And Developers Are Building The Areas Finest Toronto Condos