File:Sir Thomas Lipton (-4) at the Royal Canadian Yacht Club,A hot spot for downtown Toronto condos, 300 Front Street West stands as 49-storeys of sleek, shimmering glass and offers over 680 King West condos for sale and for rent in the city’s most exciting neighbourhood. Infinity Pool: 300 Front is at the top amongdowntown Toronto condos, and it has the amenities to prove it.

Everything from a gym, yoga studio, to private cabana lounges. But what sets this building apart is the rooftop infinity pool, a quiet cascading flow that seems to stretch to infinity leaving everything else behind, except you. Friendly Vibe: You can sometimes feel left out in a big city like Toronto, but the atmosphere at 300 Front will always make you feel alive.

If the fast pace of King West starts to tire you out, just head home for a leisurely stroll through the gardens, or attend a community event in the building’s party room. TTC Convenience:Union Station, streetcar lines, and the underground PATH are all very close to 300 Front Street. In addition, you will be right next to the CN Tower, Rogers Centre, Roy Thomson Hall, and many other exciting places.

Living at 300 Front Street you will always have something to do on any given night. The building is just a short walk from the Rogers Centre, where you can enjoy watching your favourite baseball player hit a home run, or you could explore the deep-sea thrills of Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada.

Not to mention boutique shopping and restaurants along King West’s Fashion and Entertainment Districts, Queen Street music and shows, and outdoor activities along Toronto’s waterfront. Some local restaurants to check out include Fionn MacCool’s on Front Street, WVRST on King Street West, and Luckee Restaurant on Wellington for a modern spin on classic dim sum dishes.

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Local grocers include Metro Centre Marketplace on Wellington, Sobeys on Fort York Boulevard, and Fresh and Wild Food Market on Spadina. For a breath of outdoor space, you are right across the street from Isabella Valancy Crawford Park, with Simcoe Park along Front Street and Clarence Square Dog Park on Spadina. Walk Score, with nearby bicycle-friendly streets like Adelaide and Wellington.

If you want to zip around the city, the King streetcar can connect you with north-south lines like Bathurst and Spadina, the Yonge-University subway and Union Station. For car-owners, King West is a drive-easy area with access to the Gardiner Expressway via Spadina Avenue onramp and the 401 via Bathurst and Allen Road.

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