Average Home Prices
1 Bed Condo
1 Bed + Den
2 Bed Condo
2 Bed + Den
Why We Love It
With strong similarities to NYC’s Soho Village, the Niagara-King St. West neighbourhood has a young and stylish community that’s fully immersed in a city lifestyle. Here, you’re far enough away from the downtown hustle and bustle without sacrificing great entertainment options. This neighbourhood is full of Toronto’s best nightlife and is home to some of Canada’s top restaurants.
Book a dinner at Frings, then head to Brassaii for an unforgettable night out. King West Village now has the added cache of being the host neighbourhood for the Toronto International Film Festival, which takes place annually. Visit the neighbourhood in September and you’re sure to see some famous stars strolling the streets.
Who Lives Here
Most of the Niagara-King St. West real estate consists of condos, so many of your neighbours will be singles and young couples. This is a great area for busy Torontonians who want to be steps from work and play.
The Niagara-King St. West neighbourhood is very walkable and easily accessible by the TTC and major arteries. There are GO trains at Exhibition Station, multiple streetcars at your doorstep, and you’re just minutes to the Gardiner Expressway and Lake Shore Boulevard.
Local History Lesson
The neighbourhood was originally part of the military reserves of the Town of York, anchored by Fort York. The streets of Niagara-King St. West pay tribute to its military past, with streets such as Niagara named after the former military capital and Tecumseh named after the Native American leader of the Shawnee.
- City School (Grades 9-12)
- St. Mary Elementary (JK - Grade 8)
- Niagara Street Junior Public School (JK - Grade 6)