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It is an exceptional opportunity to live in a work of art
260 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1H8
Introducing Forma Condos. Forma presents unparalleled architecture and interior design to create a world-class condominium masterpiece. Standing 73 and 84 storeys tall at the nexus of the entertainment and financial districts in Toronto.
Forma will be Frank Gehry’s tallest residential towers, offering breathtaking views, bespoke suite finishes, elevated lifestyle amenities and services, wellness spaces, entertainment lounges, creative coworking spaces and an outdoor terrace to call home.
The maestro of form is coming home. From the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris, to the Walt Disney Concert Hall in LA, visionary architect Frank Gehry has changed the course of architecture and design on a global scale. Now, he is coming home to Toronto with Forma. Gehry’s tallest creation in the world, devoted to the city where he was born.
The towers will each have complementary, yet distinct designs, which will seamlessly vibe with the history and texture of the vibrant neighbourhood.
This new condo project has access to a vibrant artistic hub that contains creative offices, retail, a public art gallery and a new campus for the Ontario College of Art.
This new development includes over 115,000 square feet of unlimited potential for retail opportunities, from international brands to trendy restaurants, to locally-based boutiques. In addition to 115,000 square feet of commercial space, right on the King streetcar line, the complex will also become an attraction for employment opportunities.
The incorporation of an arts facility for OCAD students presents a unique aspect to this Entertainment District condominium. The 25,000-square foot facility is to be officially named “The Princess of Wales Centre for Visual Arts at OCAD University” will consist of studios, seminar rooms, a gallery and public theatre and lecture hall.
Not content to just be part of this vibrant Cultural Corridor, FORMA is helping ensure the future of Toronto’s reputation as a hub for the creation, study and exhibition of art. The proposal also provides for an enhanced streetscape along King Street West, John Street, Ed Mirvish Way and Pearl Street, which borders the site to the north.
Keeping the pedestrian and community experience in mind, a public square is proposed for part of the site. This new development is set to lead King Street West’s evolution into a thriving, livable and sustainable community. Not just a desirable address to call home, but a fantastic place to experience the world’s finest in art, culture and design, all without leaving your residence!
Toronto’s Entertainment District is already an attractive option for real estate. This is truly an urban enclave where everything is at your fingertips. From world-class entertainment at hotspots like the Princess of Wales Theatre and Roy Thompson Hall, to some of the city’s trendiest restaurants, bars and clubs, there’s always something to entertain, engage and inspire. The TIFF Bell Lightbox, headquarters for the Toronto International Film Festival, which also hosts screenings and A-list industry events all-year-round, is right down the street.
The location scores an almost perfect 98 on its Walk Score and 100 for Transit Score. It is right on the 24-hour King Streetcar line and only steps from St. Andrew Subway station! For those slower-paced days, it’s a fifteen-minute stroll to Toronto’s idyllic waterfront where you can grab a ferry and take a day trip to Toronto Island.
Homes in this district are coveted by a wide range of Torontonians, from students and young professionals, to executives who work in the nearby Financial District, even young families are choosing to live in the area, attracted by its proximity to almost everything. It’s not often you get a chance to invest in a project that will meet the needs of so many different communities and lifestyles.