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29 Camden St Unit #607

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Property Style: Loft

Sq Ft: 709 sq ft as per MPAC

Parking: No

Walk Score: 99

Taxes: $2254.88

Condo Fees: $458.58

Inclusions: Heat, A/c, water, building insurance, common element

Offer Date: June 9th at 2pm

Side Represented: Seller

Sold Listing Price: $599,000

A loft so dreamy, pinch me awake

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The industrial loft of your dreams, in the heart of downtown Toronto (and tucked away on a quieter street)! From exposed concrete to cagey light fixtures, this sleek loft designed by Cecconi Simone is everything.

The smooth layout allows seamless travel around the unit, perfectly connecting the polished kitchen with the living and dining space. Open concept partition walls with oversized natural wood sliders give flexibility to define your living space the way you want it, without sacrificing the airiness of the 10’ ceilings. 

Sunshine floods the space with light, thanks to panoramic 7’6’’ wall-to-wall windows. The awning-style openings allow the option for a breath of fresh air or to really bring in the city lights and sights. As for storage, the abundance of built-in closets (neatly set behind oversized sliding doors!) offer a place and space for everything. 

The small details in the ever-so spacious bathroom really tie the sexy industrial flair throughout the home. Bold blue floor tiles are complemented by a custom stainless steel sink and twin overhead shower fixtures. Did I mention the bathtub is roomy and has jets? Seriously, everything here.

The building itself is well-managed, complete with an inviting lobby and enterphone security system. There is a comfortable lounge and party room, with panoramic windows that lead out to a communal patio for relaxation, enjoyment, or barbecuing! The best part? There’s no competition for privacy in common areas as the building is smaller in size, providing a boutique feel and strong sense of community.

Camden Lofts is home to 55 one- and two-storey loft units, located in the city’s energetic Queen West Fashion and Entertainment District. This red brick building was among the first to introduce the new loft concept in downtown Toronto condos. The spacious suites feature 10’ concrete ceilings, floors and walls, industrial hardware and lots of natural light. A popular choice among buyers looking for an edgy alternative to traditional condos. Residents enjoy a stylin’ entertainment room with a dining space, prep kitchen and outdoor patio complete with BBQ.

5 Things We Love

  1. Cool industrial loft designed by Cecconi Simone with exposed concrete and ductwork throughout, cagey light fixtures
  2. The smooth layout allows you to travel around the unit seamlessly connecting each room to the next and an open concept living/dining/kitchen. Open concept partition walls with oversized natural wood sliders give you the flexibility to define your living space the way you want to without sacrificing the openness and airiness of the 10’ ceilings.
  3. Spacious signature bathroom with bold blue floor tiles and more of the industrial flair – custom stainless steel sink and twin overhead shower fixtures.
  4. Bring in the city lights and sights indoors with the panoramic 7’6” high, wall to wall  windows. All with operable awning-style openings for a breath of fresh air.
  5. You don’t need a locker when a unit offers an abundance of built in closets, all set behind oversized sliding doors with a place for everything.

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This location is a walker’s paradise, with a walk score of 99 out of 100. The loft is just steps away from vibrant Queen St., where you can walk for hours to explore shops, restaurants, or go graffiti hunting! There is so much to see and do, from parks and bike trails to restaurants and shops. Even the island ferries are near, which is a great way to escape city noise while staying close to home. Chinatown and Kensington are about a 10 minute walk away!

Queen West and King West run through the centre of the Fashion District, and are both positively lined with restaurants and bars. Among them, La Palette for French fare, Labora Restaurant for tapas, Rosina for stone-baked pizzas, Baro for latin food and Kinoya for sushi! The list of bars and nightclubs is endless as well, and is concentrated to King and Queen, but are spread out a little more. Locals and Torontonians from elsewhere in the city head to the Bier Markt, Lavelle, Apt. 200, Cube and The Hideout Bar, just to name a few. Plus, just on the other side of Spadina is the Entertainment District, with even more options for spending a night under the coloured lights with the rest of Toronto’s young, urban scene.

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