Condo Project Updates: Kormann House and The King East
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Brad Lamb has several projects that were launched last year that have yet to hit the construction stage. As such, there are still a good selection of units available at all these boutique condominium projects aimed at the design-conscious buyer. In this two part series I will provide an update four of these projects. First up, Kormann House and The King East.Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â
Kormann House will be located at Queen and Sherbourne in the burgeoning east side. The project is a mix of hard and soft lofts, with the building incorporating a historical building that is currently sitting empty at Queen and Sherbourne
Sales have been going on at Kormann for about 8 months and they are about 50% sold.
For floor plans, visit the official site. Some examples of available units and their price points:
- “Church” 467 sq ft – 10th floor – $215,900
- “Poulette” 549 sq ft – 10th floor – $251,900
- “Dundas” 628 sq ft – 3rd floor – $254,900
- Price per square foot for most units is in the $400-$450 range
The King East
The King East is another east side project at King and Parliament. Boasting some of the best standard finishes in the city and most units coming with oversized terraces, this project has a certain appeal to the style-setting crowd.
Sales have been happening at The King East for about 12 months now and it is about 50% sold.
For floor plans, visit theÃƒâ€šÃ‚Â official site. An example of the asking prices at The King East:
- 13th floor, 624 sq ft, $294,900 or a similar unit with a 431 sq ft terrace for $314,900
- Price per square foot for most units is in the $450-500 range
Check out the blog tomorrow as I will publish a similar post on the status of Parc Lofts and Flat Iron Lofts / Work Lofts. If you have any questions about these developments, please contact me.