Those seeking a genuine industrial hard loft Toronto condo investment, with Chicago-style grit, should take a look at this unique opportunity in the Merchandise Loft conversion project located steps from Ryerson University. It’s located two blocks from Dundas Square, and the Toronto Eaton Centre, with the Village just north.
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The former Sears warehouse, over 100 years old, was converted 20 years ago. It is steeped in history and character, with amenities like 24-hour concierge and security, fitness and recreation facilities like gym, basketball court, indoor pool, patio area with BBQs, and a rooftop dog walk. There also is a grocery store, dentist, vet and dry cleaner on site. Speaking from direct experience, having lived there myself, the city views are lights out. And it’s the hip, downtown vibe that helps set the property apart. It’s a truly unique Toronto condo investment.
“The loft is architecturally significant, being one of the largest conversions in all of North America,” says Chris Bibby, sales representative for the property. “The soaring 12-foot ceiling and large factory windows gives the resident’s a very open, airy space to live and play in, promoting social circulation and allowing entertaining on any scale.”
Toronto condo for sale: 155 Dalhousie St., #448
- Living room, dining room, kitchen, two bedrooms, plus two washrooms
- 1000-1199 square feet
- Abundance of natural light
- Polished concrete floors
- Fridge, stove, microwave, dishwasher, washer + dryer, window coverings
- Central air, parking included
- Maintenance fee: $740
- Taxes: $2,980
- Toronto condo list price: $925,000