United Kingsway Condos is a new preconstruction project that will be located on 2915 Bloor St. West, Etobicoke, and will be developed by Fieldgate Urban. This ambitious project will stand 8 storeys high with a total of 90 units.
The Neighbourhood around United Kingsway Condo
This beautiful condominium will be situated in Toronto’s west-end, making it an outstanding addition to the transformation taking place in the Sunnylea neighbourhood. With United Kingsway Condos being located right at the southwest corner of Bloor Street West and Prince Edward Drive, residents will only be a few minutes away from two major subway stations. In addition to lavish shopping, residents can enjoy an excess of fine establishments, ranging anywhere from extravagant diners, to exceptional entertainment spots. Close by is King’s Mill Park, Humber River, and the Old Mill Inn, a spot famous for relaxing spa days, and beautiful dinners.
The United Kingsway Condo building
As stated previously, this luxurious tower will stand 8 storeys high, and will boast two building elements that will include separate lobbies, separate elevator corridors, and separate indoor amenity space. Levels’ 2 to 4 will house 54
residential units, which will consist of a mixture of 8 one-bedroom plus den units, and 10 two-bedroom units per floor. Levels’ 5 and 6 will contain 28 residential units, which will be comprised of 6 one-bedroom plus den units, and 8 two-bedroom units per floor. Levels’ 7 and 8 will only have two storey units, which will include 4 two-bedroom units, and 4 three-bedroom units. The two lobbies will also have complete access to indoor amenity space. Residents will be captivated by the exceptional amenities found in United Kingsway Condos, such as the hotel-style lobby, the unbelievable view from the scenic balconies and outdoor terrace, the yoga studio, an indoor pool, and a state-of-the-art Fitness Centre to name a few. TACT Architecture, the architectural team in charge will ensure that you won’t be disappointed living in this incredible building, as each half of the building will mirror the other in both shape and form, yet will still have
oppose facades of neutral stone and black granite.