1+1 Bedrooms
1 Bathrooms
$975,000

Suite 333 - 22 Leader Lane King Edward Private Residences

Live in grandeur at the iconic King Edward Private Residences. Having undergone a $40 million restoration and renovation, The Omni King Edward Hotel, Toronto’s first luxury hotel built in 1903, was re-imagined for the 21st century blending its old-world charm with modern luxury conveniences. The Private Residences were masterfully developed as part of the extensive hotel renovation, converting three vacant floors into 145 unique residential suites, each equipped with secure private entrances and corridors. This elegant one-bedroom plus den corner suite boasts spacious rooms, 10' coffered ceilings with crown moulding, hardwood flooring and upgraded natural stone throughout. The unit comes complete with all electrical lighting fixtures, window coverings and high-end brand name appliances. As a Private Residence owner, enjoy access to 5-Star hotel amenities including 24/7 concierge, room service, state of the art fitness centre, Royal Club Lounge on the 11th floor, housekeeping and laundry service, hair salon, spa, meeting and event rooms, valet parking and more. 

Located in St. Lawrence Market, the heart of historical Old Town Toronto, The King Edward Private Residences has a Walk Score in the high 90s. It is steps from the Financial District, Scotiabank Arena, King and Union Station, Waterfront and Distillery District. The neighbourhood has Toronto’s largest concentration of historic architecture including the Flatiron Building, St. Lawrence Hall, St. James Cathedral and the original 10 blocks of the Town of York. It is lined with quaint shops, charming restaurants and bustling pubs. The King Street East Design District, Hockey Hall of Fame, several live performance theatres and six city parks including the historic Sculpture Garden, Berczy Park, St. James Park and Victorian Garden are other notable attractions. Home to the famous 200-year-old St. Lawrence Market including the North Market that houses the popular weekend organic farmers market, the area is also a daily destination for gastronomic adventures.

Union Station is the major transportation hub in the area, connecting the TTC, Go Transit and Via Rail. The Gardiner Expressway, Lake Shore Boulevard and Don Valley Parkway are conveniently accessed within minutes of the neighbourhood. 

Highlights

  • Style: Condo
  • Beds: 1+1
  • Parking Spots:
  • Baths: 1

Floorplans

St Lawrence Market

St Lawrence Market

St. Lawrence Market is one of the oldest yet most lively neighbourhoods in Toronto. Stunning architectural aesthetic is the backdrop for urban convenience and lifestyle, making the area a chic, novelty space for a mix of home buyers including professionals, retirees, artists and families.

The Neighbours

This urban pocket blends commercial, residential and retail, old and new, resulting in an animated, eclectic atmosphere that draws an equally diverse crowd.

What It's Like

With more than six live performance theatres, quaint shops and the King Street East Design District featuring the largest collection of fine home décor and design stores, charming restaurants and bustling pubs, it’s easy to understand why The St. Lawrence Market Neighbourhood is described as both hip and historic.

What You'll Like

The area has Toronto’s largest concentration of historic architecture including the Flatiron Building, St. Lawrence Hall, St. James Cathedral and the original 10 blocks of the Town of York.