Just the Facts
Wednesday April 18, 2018
About the Property
Living large at Tribeca Lofts.
Shoebox lovers need not apply – you can’t miss this positively palatial 1+1 loft that measures in at 865 sqft! Featuring 10′ ceilings with panoramic Toronto skyline views from the floor to ceiling windows – this space could be yours for far less than you’d pay anywhere else. Add open concept living at its finest with a cook’s kitchen with breakfast bar and stainless steel appliances, a huge master suite, 2 full bathrooms and a den big enough to be an extra bedroom. This loft building, located at Don Mills and Eglinton East, offers easy highway access (DVP, 401, 404), TTC at your doorstep and lots of amenities a short walk away – SuperCentre, Shops at Don Mills, Science Centre, Sunnybrook, Don Valley trails and parks.
Converted in 2001, the building ticks off the greatest hits of amenities too: gym/exercise room, party room, visitor parking, and meeting/function room. There is also a concierge on site and secure entry system. There’s all this, but the most impressive part is the price. If you thought you’d never be able to afford this much space in Toronto, think again.
What are the top 5 things we love about this home?
1. It is 865 sq.ft. in Toronto & it’s affordable! With 10’ ceilings!
2. Great Toronto skyline views
3. Open kitchen with breakfast bar & top of the line stainless steel appliances
4. Den can easily be converted to a 2nd bedroom
5. Huge master suite with double closets and private en-suite
This Toronto neighbourhood has a lot going for it. From easy highway access, to a quick commute to popular ‘hoods, there’s a lot to love about this green stretch of Don Mills Road. The must-haves like groceries and food options are covered, and The Shops at Don Mills is a short drive or bus ride up the street.
In addition to what’s there now, the construction of Toronto’s Crosstown LRT is bringing change with it. Many of the less populated stretches of Eglinton are set to be transformed into more urban and liveable neighbourhoods. With this in mind, the City is taking a long hard look at the potential of the Don Mills and Eglinton intersection, while developers are already working on a master plan that could spell big changes for the busy crossing – including retail, commercial and residential spaces, alongside community and cultural spaces.
This converted office building at 797 Don Mills Road was designed by internationally-renowned commercial architects in 2001.There are 175 condo units over 17 floors.
The high ceilings, a feature that stayed from the previous use, makes the units seem spacious and airy.
More space for low prices is the big win here. In fact, it’s one of the best conversion deals in Toronto. There is a condo feel to the spaces, but they do have authenticity that other buildings lack. Floor plans are generally roomy with big windows and solid views.
Included amenities like a gym/exercise room, party room, visitor parking, and meeting/function room. There is also a security guard on site and secure entry system.