At 37 King St E, the King Edward sits at the intersection of Toronto’s Bustling Financial District and the city’s Old Town. Only Steps away from Toronto’s Union Station, the Eaton’s Centre, St James Square and St Lawrence Market, the King Edward also offers access to Toronto’s underground PATH system, the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line via King Station and numerous excellent restaurants and dining experiences along King and Front Streets.
For those who seek to nurture their mind and soul, the King Eddy is close to endless possibilities: Home of Toronto’s Symphony is Roy Thomson Hall, TIFF’s Bell Lightbox and the Ontario Cinematheque. Not much further is the home of the Canadian Opera Company at the Four Seasons Centre. On the doorstep to the King Edward is a fantastic area that truly highlights the finest Toronto has offer.
Bridging the gap between old and new in more ways than one, the King Edward’s long and distinguished history matches that of the Old Town abutting it. The original site of the Town of York, Toronto’s first settlement as lain out in 1793, the neighbourhood contains a large concentration of early-19th century heritage buildings in addition to the early 20th century King Eddy.