King's Point is a new luxury condominium in the historic town of Niagara-on-the-Lake. We are located at the mouth of the Niagara River, just where it enters Lake Ontario - an easy drive from Toronto or Buffalo.


Our Home

Displayed against the dramatic river background, our 90 suites enjoy both spectacular views and high quality interior finishes and amenities. King's Point consists of two 3-storey wedge shaped buildings, with water views from all suites. The developer was Eric Moog (now a resident here), the architects were Gabor, Popper and Northgrave and the builder was Daniels Corporation . Amenities include an outdoor pool and spa, extensive landscaped courtyard and gardens including a river walkway, large garden patio, two well equipped exercise rooms, two guest rooms, gracious lobbies and underground parking.

Our Neighbors

King 's Point is located on Ricardo Street, just two blocks from Niagara-on-the-Lake 's famous main street of picturesque shops, restaurants and hotels. Our neighbors include the prestigious Queens Landing Inn, the Niagara-on-the-Lake Sailing Club, the Pumphouse Gallery and Four George. Across the river on the American side are Fort Niagara and the Youngstown Yacht Club. Just a few miles up river are Niagara Falls and the new Niagara Casino. Complete stopping faculties are available 20 minutes away in the city of St Catharines.


Our History

Niagara -on-the-Lake was founded in 1750 as "Newark", and was Upper Canada's first capital. In planning King’s Point great care was taken to preserve the historical "sight lines" between Fort George (on the Canadian side) and Fort Niagara (on the US side).

During the construction of King’s Point many artifacts were discovered on the site. Most were from the War of 1812, but some were remnants of Indian encampments on the banks of the Niagara River as old as 7,000 BC. These artifacts ware collected under the supervision of archaeologist Dr. Ron Williamson, and are now being examined and documented. Eventually they will be placed on display somewhere in the Niagara Region.

Niagara-on-the-Lake remains Canada’s best preserved19th century town, with a Loyalist heritage spanning two centuries. Zoning and building codes are tightly enforced to ensure the town's special character continues into the future. For example, the Local Architectural Advisory Committee (LACAC), stipulated the light yellow brick color and courtyard picket fence, railing for King’s Point.

Our Town Today

Today Niagara on-the- Lake is the home of the internationally famous Shaw Festival Theatre, as well as, the center of thriving wine and tender fruit industries. In 1998, Niagara-on-the-Lake was named the prettiest town in Canada, in recognition of the beautiful gardens and well kept homes and shops throughout the town.