Furnished Apartments in Entertainment District, Toronto

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Furnished Apartments in Entertainment District, Toronto

Nestled within Downtown Toronto, the Toronto Entertainment District is focused around the King Street West zone right between Spadina Avenue and University Avenues. It is a coveted location for travelers owing to its numerous performing arts centers and theaters along with the Toronto Blue Jays and several family-friendly and culturally enervating attractions. The zone is also home to most of the city’s premier nightclubs. Those looking to stay at the heart of the buzz should definitely prefer the Entertainment District. 

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Every one of our furnished apartments in Entertainment District come equipped with the best amenities and facilities for guests. They include everything from free Wi-Fi and comfortable bedrooms to well-equipped kitchens with home cooking provisions and a lot more.

Where to Stay in Entertainment District

Our furnished apartments in Entertainment District are readily available in several of the neighborhood’s best connected locations. The district itself is the heart of the city center. You can consider anywhere around King Street near the Roy Thomson Hall or even near the Prince of Wales Theater. You will find the famous Canada Walk of Fame here as well. The entire locality is bustling with nightclubs, theaters, performance venues, eateries and a lot more.



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Facts About Entertainment District

The original name of the Entertainment District was the Garment District, back in the first half of the 20th century. It was majorly industrial while the railways had control over a sizable land bank along the waterfront of Lake Ontario. However, the neighborhood has radically transformed ever since.

Here are some more interesting facts about Entertainment District:

  • The neighborhood houses the iconic Royal Alexandra Theater that opened in 1907 and is the oldest continually operating legitimate North American Theater. 
  • The CN Tower opened from 1976, bringing more tourists to the area while the first nightclub to open in January 1980 was The Twilight Zone. It was established by the Assoon Brothers, Luis Collaco and Bromely Vassell. 
  • The Toronto Symphony Orchestra found a home at the Roy Thomson Hall which opened in 1982. 
  • Stilife opened in 1987 courtesy of young 25-year old Charles Khabouth, the owner. The railway lands were transformed into other venues including the SkyDome arena that launched in 1989, bringing more Toronto Blue Jays fans in hordes. 
  • The 1990s saw a sudden influx of multiple nightclubs including Klub Max, Go-Go, LimeLight and 23 Hop among others. By the mid-1990s, the area housed one of the biggest concentrations of such joints in North America. 
  • The Canada Walk of Fame was set up in 1998 on King Street West. 
  • The condominium boom in the 2000s led to heritage warehouses giving way to condominium towers. The population increased rapidly too.

Weather in Entertainment District

The weather is characterized by comfortable summers with dry, windy and freezing winters. The best time to visit the Entertainment District is between late June and early September.

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