The Loretto Condos Located at 385 Brunswick Avenue in the Annex Neighbourhood
• Walk score - 97/100 • Transit Score - 100/100 • Sakura Japanese Cuisine - .2km • The Common - .2 km • Hey Lucy - .2km • Metro Grocery Store - .3 km • Gwendolyn Macewan Park - .2 km
• Security Guard • Gym • Visitor Parking • Parking Garage • Phone Entry System • Concierge • BBQ's • Pet Restrictions • Party Room • Meeting Room
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Completed in - 2007 Developer - Context Developments Currently in Preconstruction Number of Units - 50 Number of Storeys - 5 Units Range in Size - 585 - 5570 sq.ft.
Type of Suites: 1, 2 and 3 Bedroom
Average Price per sq. ft.: $668.00
Located on Brunswick Avenue, just north on Bloor in the Annex Neighbourhood. The building used to be the Loretto Abbey Day School. It is a five storeyHeritage building that dates back to 1914 and was then converted into condos in 2007. The building consists of 50 loft style suites and has a courtyard and an amenities pavilion located above the underground parking garage. Suites range from one bedroom units to three bedroom town homes. All of the above have modern stainless steel appliances, ten ft. ceilings, engineered hardwood flooring and private terraces and balconies.
The property was previously the home of the Loretto Abbey Day School, a five-storey heritage building dating to 1914, until it was converted into condos in 2007. The Loretto building now hosts 50 loft-style Annex condos for sale and for rent, with an intimate green courtyard and amenities pavilion constructed over the underground parking garage. The units range from one-bedroom apartments to full three-bedroom plus den townhouses, all of which feature ten-foot ceilings, engineered hardwood flooring, modern stainless steel appliances, and private balconies or terraces. The complex also enjoys some basic amenities such as a fitness facility and party and meeting rooms.
Just down the street, residents will discover the Annex neighbourhood, a charming community stretching from Queen’s Park to Christie Street along Bloor. The street is lined with boutique shops, quaint cafes, cozy restaurants, and trendy bars and venues, not to mention home to University of Toronto’s St. George campus, the Royal Ontario Museum, and Bloor Hot Docs Cinema.