Graphite is part of a 46-story, glass/concrete highrise called the Festival Tower located at the intersection of King and John. It is part of the Bell Lightbox complex, and the state of the art building has world class amenities.
With 650 square feet of floor space and 100 sq feet of balcony space, Graphite is great for entertaining. It is a very spacious 1 bedroom suite plus den with an amazing layout. This suite features a north view, giving you an amazing view of the city! This gives you the true feeling of a castle in the sky.
With floor to ceiling windows, lots of living space and everything you could want in terms of amenities, there is nothing this luxury suite doesn’t have.
No expense was spared on this very modern luxury suite! It features granite counters, matched hidden Miele appliances, tile bathroom floors, hardwood flooring throughout, 10-foot ceilings, and so much more! This luxury suite is the crème de la crème, and will truly take your breath away.
Located in King West on John Street, Graphite is perfectly located to offer its residents the very best of city living. Located right at the intersection of King and John in the Festival Tower, residents can take advantage of some of the best restaurants, shopping and entertainment.
The Festival Tower is part of the Bell Lightbox complex, which houses the Toronto International Film Festival, or TIFF. During other times, the Bell Lightbox has numerous movies playing in their world-class cinemas, as well as shopping and three different restaurants to choose from for the discriminating diner.
A stroll south down King Street leads to numerous restaurants, world-renowned theatres such as the Princess of Wales or the Roy Thompson Hall, while a walk south takes residents to Front Street, which is home to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, with the Rogers Centre and Air Canada Centre just to the south of that. With Queen West just to the north, residents will be surrounded by an endless array of things to do.
To travel further afield in an environmentally friendly way, residents also have access to the TTC along King Street via streetcar, as well as subway at the University line, which is about 5 minutes walk to the east.