The Curve Condos located ate 170 Sudbury Street in Toronto’s Queen West neighbourhood was developed and built by the Landmark Building Group and completed in 2012. The building features a total of 135 condominium units and condo suites in an eight floor high structure. The types of suites and units available in the building including one bedroom and one bedroom plus den units with one full bathroom and two bedroom suites with either one full bathroom or two full bathrooms. The sizes of the condominium suites and units ranges from approximately four hundred square feet and going as high as nine hundred and fifty square feet. The maintenance fees cost approximately forty eight cents per square foot and pay for the heating, water charges, central air conditioning, common elements, building insurance, and parking. The owners are responsible for their own electricity charges as well as their home phone, television, internet and insurance on their contents. The amenities in the building including a 24 hour security guard and security system, indoor pool as well as outdoor pool, hot tub, party room, exercise room, multimedia room and community barbecues for the use of the residents.
1 Bedroom & 1 Bath:
From $230,000 and up to $290,000
1 Bedroom W/Den & 1 Bath:
From $250,000 and up to $300,000
2 Bedrooms & 1 Bath:
From $270,000 and up to $325,000
2 Bedrooms & 2 Baths:
From $300,000 and up to $350,000
Community BBQ, Exercise Room, Multimedia Room, Party Room, Indoor Pool & Outdoor Pool, Hot Tub, Security Guard & System
Approximately 48 cents per square foot
Maintenance Fee Items:
Heat, Water, Central Air Conditioning, Building Insurance, Parking, & Common Elements
The neighbourhood where The Curve Condos and Lofts is located is known as the Queen West neighbourhood in Toronto which is close to many great amenities such as having public transit at your door step with the T.T.C. Queen West streetcar which can take you East to the Osgoode subway station. From the subway you can get to Union Station which can get you onto the Go Train or VIA Rail trains, or anywhere else in the city. There is access to major roadways with the Gardiner Expressway to the South which can take you East to the Don Valley Parkway or West to the QEW and Highway 427. Dufferin Street is also just to the West and University Avenue and Bathurst Street to the East for local roads. The Curve Condos is located in between two of Toronto’s most well known parks with the Trinity Bellwoods Park to the East and High Park to the West. These are amazing spaces to go out and spend the day in and relax or just have lunch during a summer day. The shopping in the area includes two indoor malls nearby with Toronto’s Eaton Centre to the East and best accessed by public transit, and Sherway Gardens to the West best accessed by driving your own car. Grocery stores nearby include Metro, Price Chopper and Loblaw’s as well as many other smaller and specialty grocery stores and markets.
SCHOOL & DAY CARE INFORMATION
We have researched and put together a list of the Public Schools & Catholic Schools associated with this area, as well as the closest Private Schools & Montessori Schools. Click the school name for the school website, click the boundary link for the school boundaries and click the ranking for the Fraser Institute School Ranking and EQAO Scores.
We have researched and compiled a list of the condominium units and condo suites that have been sold in the area. If you are interested in the final price of any of these condos or condominiums please contact me by clicking here