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150 Sudbury St Unit #723

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Property Style: Condo loft

Sq Ft: 630

Parking: Yes

Walk Score: 88

Taxes: $1,985.02 (2020)

Condo Fees: $428.28

Inclusions: Heat, AC, Water

Offer Date: Wed Feb 3rd, 6pm

Side Represented: Seller

Locker: No

Sold | $549,900

Live lofty with light for days in one of TOs hottest hoods. | 723-150 Sudbury St

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This space is the perfect backdrop for your personality. Loft features like polished concrete floors, soaring 9ft concrete ceilings, exposed ductwork bring a modern industrial feel. Walls that don’t reach the ceilings offer architectural interest. Freshly painted white walls and stainless steel fixtures provide the canvas for you to set the tone with your own creative expression. If you’re not into cookie-cutter, this is the one you’ve been searching for. 

With two bedrooms on a split layout, you have ample space to work from home, read bedtime stories or start that podcast you’ve been talking about. Open concept living/dining/kitchen. Stainless steel appliance with an upgraded dishwasher and fridge will be perfect for all the dishes you’ve perfected through the pandemic. And the bathroom, with a separate tub and shower, makes getting ready for two people a breeze. 

There is a balcony so you can always get a breath of fresh air – and with parking, it’s easy to jump on the highway and get out of town. Plus, with all that Queen W, Dundas W and Liberty Village have to offer, just outside your door, you’re right at the heart of it all. 

The Westside Gallery Lofts was completed in 2012 and houses nearly 400 units. There is a distinct “loft” feel thanks to the exposed concrete and ductwork. that adds character you won’t find in more cookie-cutter buildings.  

Artscape Triangle is the sister building to Westside Gallery Lofts.  Artscape is a joint venture with the City of Toronto to keep the arts alive in Queen West. It consists of the simplest of work/live spaces, sold/rented exclusively to artists who can prove a portfolio. The two buildings share a couple of floors, creating just the right amount of eclectic community living. 

Amenities include a gym/fitness centre, pool, party room, guest suites, and visitor parking.

5 Things We Love

  1. Lofty living with polished concrete floors and concrete ceiling
  2. Walls that stop short of the ceilings add to the industrial loft-like feel of the space
  3. Floor-to-ceiling windows let light pour into the rooms.
  4. The bathroom has a good layout, bath, and a separate shower with access to the primary bedroom
  5. Location – lots of great restaurants, bars & everything Queen West & Liberty Village has to offer with great transit links, including King & Queen streetcars and close to Gardiner.

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About Little Portugal

Little Portugal, this old school neighbourhood turned hip hot-spot is best described by Blog TO: “it oozes creativity, community and fun.” Ideally located between the best of West Queen West and newly-hip Dundas West, and just a short walk from the coolness of Ossington, this neighbourhood has something for singles, couples and families alike.

Walk to the Drake or Gladstone Hotel, shop in the boutiques along Queen Street, spend an afternoon in a cutting-edge art gallery, grab a pint or take in some live music. Just a few minutes walk away: some of Toronto’s trendiest restaurants.

Want to really feel the energy in this neighbourhood? Join the football fans as they gather for the World Cup matches.

With so many conveniences nearby, it’s no surprise that Little Portugal is a much-beloved neighbourhood for families, with good schools, libraries, the Mary McCormick community centre (with pool and arena) just steps away. Stroll east, and you’ll reach Trinity Bellwoods Park; stroll west, and you’ll reach Sorauren Park (your dog will thank you).

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