TOY FACTORY LOFTS
43 HANNA AVENUE, TORONTO
LIBERTY VILLAGE CONDOS
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REAL ESTATE INFORMATION
The Toy Factory Lofts is a building that was converted from the old Toy Factory Industrial Building into a condominium building. The building features classic brick exterior that is a total of 8 floors high, wonderfully laid out single floor and loft suites with hardwood floors, upgraded bathrooms, stainless steel spplainces, granite counters and centre islands. Bedrooms with oversized closets and ensuites. Tons of natural light from floor to ceiling windows that can go over eighteen feet high and large balconies and terraces that you can barbeque on. These are wonderful suites good for first time home buyers and couples looking to be in the heart of one of the hippest places around.
|1 Bedroom & 1 Bath:
||From $350,000 and up to $550,000
|1 Bedroom Plus Den & 1 Bath:
||From $400,000 and up to $500,000
|1 Bedroom Plus Den & 2 Bath:
||From $550,000 and up to $700,000
|2 Bedroom & 2 Bath:
||From $600,000 and up to $900,000
|2 Bedroom Plus Den & 2 Bath:
||From $700,000 and up to $900,000
|2 Bedroom Plus Den & 3 Bath:
||From $1,300,000 and up to $1,400,000
||Business Centre, Security Guard, Security System, Exercise Room, Gym, Guest Suites, Rooftop Hot Tub, Party Room
||Approximately 35 cents per square foot
|Maintenance Fee Items:
||Water, Heat, Central Air Conditioning, Building Insurance, Parking, Common Elements
|Property Management Info:
||Simerra Property Management 416-293-5900
The neighbourhood of Liberty Village is one that draws the crowd of the twenty year olds as the cool, hip and trendy place to live, work and play. You can find anything you need in the area just by walking out your door. There is great public transit with the King West Street car and you are just a short drive if need be to the Gardiner Expressway and Lakeshore Boulevard. There is the Lamport Stadium to the West which features great outside space, as well as a smaller park to the East. If you want to go for a bite to eat there are quaint local restaurants serving a variety of different foods, as well as coffee shops like Starbucks and other independent coffe houses, and even more trendy shopping where you can find one of a kind clothing items. If you wish for a better shopping experience you can head to the Eaton’s Centre via the King Street Car and then subway. There are some good bars close by including Muzik, The Melody Bar & Savoy, or you can head over to the entertainment district to go to the great clubs and lounges in the city.
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 also researched and listed the closest day cares in this area from GoDayCare.com. Call the day cares for more information on the programming, pricing and availability at the day cares.