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393 King Street East, Toronto

$852 / sqf in this building
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DERBY LOFTS 393 King Street East  Canary District

THE 393 ON KING – 393 King Street East

Date Registered (2001-09-25)


You might think this building to have an industrial origin, until you look up and see a copper-coloured glass tower rising from the brick structure of the first few floors. The 393 on King is unsurprisingly located at 393 King St. W. in the King West neighbourhood of downtown Toronto. This condominium has bright and spacious suites with great views of the downtown and Lake Ontario. These suites are available in one and two bedroom layouts. The one bedroom suites are available in 500 to 599 square foot sizes, while the two bedroom units range between 1200 and 1929 square feet in area. The 393 on King at 393 King St. W. is the creation of All King Investment Inc. These suites are perfect for professional singles, couples, and small families.



This stunning tower of fiery copper has large, spacious units with hardwood floors, high ceilings, and plenty of window space. The kitchens are bright and are finished in an ultra-modern style. These units have great views of the city and Lake Ontario beyond.

The 393 on King at 393 King St. W. has a number of amenities to offer. There is a sizeable gym and exercise room in the building for those times that you need to work out and you’ll never have to concern yourself with the hassle of finding a parking space on the street, seeing that The 393 on King has a parking garage. The public transit system is also nearby for whenever you need to travel outside of your neighbourhood for business or pleasure. There is an Enter Phone System to provide security to the building. In addition, there is also a security guard on duty at all times. Whenever you need help, just ask the concierge at the front desk, and he or she will help you with whatever you need.

The 393 on King’s maintenance fees cover common element maintenance, building insurance, air conditioning on those hot, summer days, heat on the cold ones, parking, and of course, water.



King East is at the centre of the excitement of living in downtown Toronto. Start your morning off with a cup of coffee, from the local Starbucks, just half-a-block away, or if you have the time to sit and enjoy your mocha, or latte, then try the French Made Toronto, which is always open and serves pastries to go with your coffee. There is also Quantum Coffee, which is a trendy spot to get espresso. If you can’t live without your Tim Hortons, then have no fear as there is one just two blocks away from 393 King Street East. 

If you don’t feel like taking out the pots and pans in the evening, then take the kids and head out to any one of many restaurants in the area. If you’re a sports fan, then go to Wayne Gretzky’s Toronto, a hockey-themed sports bar. If you feel like Chinese food, then go to Luckee, which has elegant decor. There is the Akira Back for Japanese cuisine in an upscale, inventive restaurant. You can even walk to the Khao San Road, which is a popular Thai eatery, featuring communal tables where you can meet new people while you dine. 

At night, take in the local clubs and pubs around 393 on King. The Bar Hop is just next door and is a cozy, exciting tavern with a large selection of brews. The Office Pub is just a ten minute walk away, and has rustic decor, sports on the television, and karaoke nights! The Wide Open is also nearby and has a party atmosphere with unpretentious patrons. If you’re looking for a dance floor, then you can step into Tequila Jacks Toronto, or Fiction.

Whenever you feel the need to get out and stretch your legs, there are several parks and green spaces in the area to explore. You can take a short walk to the Clarence Square Park, just around the corner, or go further south to the Roundhouse Park. If you go north, you can explore the Alexandra Park or Grange Park. Going east will bring you to Simcoe Park, and the Victoria Memorial Square Park is just to the west. If you’d like to go out and see a play, there is the Factory Theatre, ScotiaBank Theatre Toronto, and the Necessary Angel Theatre in the immediate area. The Waterfront, Woodbine Beach, and the Distillery District are all in the vicinity, as well.

The King West neighbourhood is considered to be a great place for walking and a good area for biking. Local Transit is also easily accessible from your new residence at the 393 on King at 393 King St East.



All King Investment Inc. is the company behind the creation and development of The 393 on King.