King Blue Condos
355 King Street West
It’s just starting to feel like spring in Toronto, and condo dwellers all around the downtown core are eagerly waiting to start using their outdoor spaces on a regular basis this year.
Over here at the corner of King Street West and Blue Jays Way the pleasant weather has had us daydreaming about the time we’ll be spending lounging on our rooftop terrace, catching rays at the outdoor bar and strolling around the King Blue courtyard. After all, urban dwellers crave dedicated outdoor and green spaces, and our brilliant design experts at Munge Leung made sure to provide beautiful spaces for our King Blue residents to enjoy year-round. To celebrate the new season we’re giving you, our future King Blue Condos residents another look into our outdoor spaces with some ideas for the best ways to make the most out of your time at home.
Soak Up Some Rays
How fantastic will it be to have your very own pool and lounge area to enjoy in the middle of the city when the weather heats up? There’s no need to battle the traffic northbound to the cottage when you can enjoy a weekend lounging by the water and basking in the sun at home at King Blue. After a few laps in the pool you can spread out a towel on the 7th floor outdoor bar area and enjoy a cold drink and a magazine before having friends over for a later lunch in your suite.
Disconnect from it All
“Offering a dedicated outdoor space offers city dwellers a much needed, organic respite from the bustling city, and helps maintain a connection to nature that’s essential to one’s well being,” says Munge Leung. If a yoga practice in the King Blue yoga room is your go-to way to unwind and distress after a hectic workday, follow up with some alone time to reflect on the 7th floor outdoor terrace. Leave your phone in your suite, grab that book you’ve been meaning to read and decompress on the outdoor lounge seating for a couple hours of solo bliss among the manicured gardens.
Celebrate the Good Life
The inspiration behind the design of King Blue comes from the goal to promote interaction and conversation in residences’ amenity spaces and stimulate the hub of energy coming from the heart of Toronto’s Entertainment District. “In a high-rise condominium tower there’s a high volume of residents using the outdoor space,” says Munge Leung. Therefore the design team knew it was most important for the amenities to be an extension of the residential suites. Gather some of your neighbours and head up to the landscaped rooftop terrace to sit among the water features, private cabanas, lounge seating central bar and fire pits and toast to the King Blue good life as you take in the sweeping city view.