Enjoy Luxury Living Close To Nature At Kingsway Village Square

May 25, 2021

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While getting away for a vacation still may be challenging, residents at Kingsway Village Square on Prince Edward may feel as if they’ve escaped to a luxury resort – but with all the comforts of home.

Dunpar’s stunning midrise boutique rental building at 571 Prince Edward Drive North caters to people seeking a one-of-a-kind exclusive lifestyle in Toronto’s prestigious Kingsway neighborhood. The building’s extensive roster of amenities and a la carte services have been curated to make tenants’ lives as convenient and comfortable as possible. It will universally appeal to young professionals, families, and downsizers seeking an exceptional lifestyle.

In the past year, Canadians have been embracing health, wellness, and being close to nature – and Kingsway Village Square’s amenities and services deliver on these trends. The building is situated in the heart of the coveted Kingsway neighborhood, thus surrounded by beautiful parks and picturesque curving streets lined with mature trees.

With the Humber River Trail in close proximity, Kingsway Village Square is providing electric bikes that residents can rent through the building’s 24-hour concierge for $15 a day. It’s a great way to enjoy the outdoors and the natural beauty to be found along the 13-kilometer trail. The bike path is a favorite in West Toronto and provides an easy ride along the river and the route is dotted with park benches, small waterfalls, fountains, and varied landscapes. For those who want to venture further, the Humber trail conveniently connects to the Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail.

Residents can also exercise in the state-of-the-art fitness facility, play ping-pong in the games room or join one of the weekly yoga classes starting soon. They can enjoy the outdoors from the rooftop terrace with fireplace, barbecue, tanning area, and private dining room. Or they can take gatherings indoors to the stylish setting of the building’s party room.

The building’s Manhattan-style concierge will attend to residents’ needs around the clock, from arranging dog walking, limo or taxi services, travel or restaurant reservations, to dry cleaning service, mail pick-up, food delivery, in-suite cleaning, plant watering, and more. Even four-legged family members have been considered with a pet-washing area.

Encrypted key fob access and cameras at building entrances provide a high degree of security for residents’ peace of mind.

In the area, Kingsway Village and Bloor West Village offer an extensive range of unique shops for those who crave retail therapy, as well as salons, spas, restaurants, pubs and cafes. It’s easy to reach other parts of the GTA with two subway stops in the neighborhood.

For families, some of the province’s best schools are in close proximity, including the prestigious Lambton Kingsway Junior Middle School.

Kingsway Village Square on Prince Edward aspires to be a landmark building, evoking old-world character with a timeless quality and Dunpar’s renowned exacting standard of construction and attention to detail.

The suites deliver the type of high-end, quality living discriminating residents desire. Suites range from 538 to 1,507 square feet, in one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and two-bedroom-with-den plans. They’ve been thoughtfully designed to provide spacious, liveable interiors with luxury finishes. Many feature gourmet kitchens, spacious bedrooms and dining areas, walk-in closets and luxe bathrooms, and generous balconies or terraces.

To get a preview of the pampering, upscale lifestyle offered at Kingsway Village Square, visit the model suite at the leasing centre at 571 Prince Edward Drive North, Suite 106.

To book an appointment call: 416-546-9326 or through the website at kingswayvillagesquare.ca. Rents start at $1,900/ month and for a limited time, one-month free rent is being offered.

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