21 Nelson Street Unit 402 – Entertainment District – Leased

Building Details

21 Nelson Street is a stunning boutique condo located in the most exciting part of Toronto: the entertainment district.

The unit has a split layout and comes with 2 beautiful bedrooms, 2 baths, and unforgettable south-side views of the CN Tower.


Photo showing outside of 21 Nelson Street - Located in Toronto's Entertainment District and King Street West

21 Nelson Street – Located in Toronto’s Entertainment District and King Street West


Neighbourhood: Entertainment District – King Street West

Agent: Wins Lai, Living Realty Inc., Brokerage

Leased: $2,750 per month

Rooftop pool with stunning view of Toronto

21 Nelson’s amenities include a gym, 2 pools, a party room, lounge, bar and so much more

But maybe the best part of 21 Nelson is its closeness to King Street West and The Entertainment District. As a result, residents can expect to find the very best in art, theatre, food, music, sports and nightlife.

The Space

Photo Compilation of 21 Nelson Street - Unit 402 in Toronto's Entertainment District and King Street West

21 Nelson Street – Unit 402 – Photo Collage

The condo’s open-concept design creates a sense of flow, while granite countertops and hardwood floors add a touch of luxury.

The master bedroom has a large walk-in closet, and the unit also includes two spacious bathrooms with a tub and shower.

View of condo interior showing modern, open-concept design, hardwood floors & stainless steel appliances

Modern, open-concept design, hardwood floors & stainless steel appliances

21 Nelson comes with the following appliances:

  • A full-sized fridge
  • Stove
  • Dishwasher
  • And a stacked washer and dryer

Toronto’s Entertainment District

Image of Scotia Bank Theatre in Toronot's Entertainment District

Toronto’s Entertainment District has some of the city’s most iconic architecture

As a King West realtor with years of experience, I can say that the Entertainment District is the biggest highlight of living at 21 Nelson.

It has something for everyone: couples, bachelors, families, art lovers, music enthusiasts, foodies, shopaholics, sports fans, and everyone in between.

First of all, King Street West is rich in arts and culture. It’s home to the Princess of Wales Theatre, which puts on such beloved classics as Annie and Wicked, or the current mega-hit Bat Out of Hell.

Photo of Royal Alexandra Theatre in Entertainment District, Toronto

Toronto’s Entertainment District is full of famous venues like the 100+ year old Royal Alexandra Theatre

You can also find the TIFF BELL Lightbox on King West, which takes up an entire city block! Not only is the Lightbox a great place to watch the latest movies, but you can also spot famous movie stars during the Toronto International Film Festival.

And because TIFF is truly international, you can find celebs from all over the world, including China, Hong Kong, Europe and more.

Photo of Scarlett Johansson at TIFF on King Street West

Spot your favourite celebs at TIFF, located right on King Street West

In addition to TIFF, Canada’s Walk of Fame is also on King Street West. Not only is the Walk of Fame an ideal place to spot celebrities, but it holds some wonderful annual events, such as concerts and galas.

King Street West: Sports & Music

Another major highlight of King West and Toronto’s Entertainment District is sports.

Both the Rogers Centre and Air Canada Centre are a short drive from 21 Nelson, so sports fans can watch heart-pounding hockey and basketball matches live or at their favourite sports bar.

Entertainment District - Photo of inside of the Air Canada Centre and basketball court

Take in a Raptor’s game at the Air Canada Centre, minutes away from 21 Nelson

But the Rogers Centre isn’t only for sports fans. It also puts on great family shows like Disney on Ice, hosts the biggest names in music, such as Grammy winners Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeren, and so much more!

King Street West: Family-Friendly Attractions

Another highlight of Toronto’s Entertainment District is Ripley’s Aquarium, which is just a short walk from 21 Nelson. Ripley’s is perfect for family outings and nature lovers.

Photo of Ripley's Aquarium, right next to the CN Tower - Entertainment District

Ripley’s Aquarium, right next to the CN Tower, both of which are minutes from 21 Nelson

You can also take a tour of the Toronto Railway Museum, which includes a railway simulator that kids will enjoy.

Finally, there’s Toronto’s most iconic landmark: the CN Tower.

Home to thrilling activities like The Edge Walk, several eateries including the famous 360 Restaurant, and exhilarating views of the city below through FLOOR to ceiling glass windows, the CN Tower is one of King West’s biggest highlights.

Photo of CN Tower showing Edge Walk

The CN Tower is just minutes away from 21 Nelson Street. Enjoy fine dining & thrills like the Edge Walk

Best of all, it’s only a 10-minute walk from 21 Nelson Street!

King Street West: Food & Fun

Another major feature of the Entertainment District is food. Because it’s in the heart of downtown Toronto, King West is home to countless multicultural restaurants, gourmet cafes, and bakeries.

For example, BlogTO has a list of the best Dim Sum, Dosas, Churros, Falafels, Japanese desserts, and other exotic eats from around the world.

Photo of food buffet - King Street West

King Street West can satisfy your appetite for international food

And because the Entertainment District is famous for its nightlife, you can also find some of the best dance clubs, sports bars, and comedy venues in all of Toronto.

King West Neighbourhood

21 Nelson offers unmatched views of downtown Toronto and the CN Tower - Entertainment District - King West

21 Nelson is part of the thrilling downtown Toronto community

No car? No problem. Living at 21 Nelson means everything is within reach. It has a perfect 100% Walking and Transit Score, so most errands can be done by foot.

Whether it’s grocery shopping at Independent City Market (a 7-minute walk) or riding the 24-hour streetcar to the University of Toronto, Ryerson or OCAD, King Street West makes your life so much more convenient.

Plus 21 Nelson is a shopper’s dream come true. A 10-minute car ride takes you to Bloor-Yorkville, where you’ll find such as high-end fashion as Holt Renfrew, L’Elegante and Over The Rainbow.

Image of street and shops at night

King West and The Entertainment District are full of designer brands

Other nearby shopping experiences include:

21 Nelson: The Perfect Condo, The Perfect Community

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21 Nelson offers the best of Toronto

21 Nelson Street’s biggest highlight is certainly its location. Being at the heart of the Entertainment District means everything is within reach. Food, fashion, art, music, theatre and more—the best of Toronto is just a short walk away.

As a King Street West realtor, I can say without a doubt that this amazing 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom boutique condo won’t stay on the market long.

So if you’re looking to lease, click here to contact me.

Wins Lai
Real Estate Broker
Living Realty Inc., Brokerage
m: 416.903.7032

p: 416.975.9889
f: 416.975.0220
a: 7 Hayden Street Toronto, M4Y 2P2
w: www.winslai.com e: [email protected]
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