King George Square
168 King Street E., Toronto
Classic wrought iron gates with bold concrete pillars is your first introduction to the beautiful King George Square. Clusters of birch perched four storeys up nicely compliment the red brick and concrete façade. Built in 2000 by Steven and Webster Callahan this is another great example of a building that blends right in with the neighbouring historic architecture. King George square stands 16 storeys tall consisting of 156 units ranging from 630 – 1400 sqft. Units are well laid out with little to no wasted space, most including balconies.
Concierge, Gym/Exercise Room, Outdoor Terrace with Hot Tub, Party Room, Meeting Room, Sauna, Visitor Parking.