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1 Columbus

1 Columbus Ave, Toronto

By Jackson Goad Architects
For Sale
1
For Rent
0
Average Psf
$985(past 365 days)
Size Range
1310-2280 sqft
Age Of Building
22 years

Overview
Found at the corner of Columbus and Sorauren Avenue, this modern residence was formerly the Rawlings Baseball Glove factory. It’s a four-storey, redbrick building with three-panelled warehouse style windows that unites the area’s industrial past with its present residential character.
It’s an exclusive property among West End condos, as there are only ten Toronto lofts available here, many of which have private elevator access. Expansive floor plans allow for unique layouts with a lot of potential for homeowner design. Plus, 1 Columbus is a hard loft conversion building with original finishes such as ten-foot ceilings, polished concrete and hardwood flooring, exposed brick and wood beam accents. There are no amenities, however, some of the units have terraces and the building is close to Sorauren Park opposite the Robert Watson Lofts.
Resdients will enjoy living within a short walk to Roncesvalles Avenue, where they can enjoy many restaurants, cafes, and markets with great TTC convenience along at Dundas West and Bloor Street.

Most Notable Features
Expansive suites: With floor plans ranging from 1,310 to 2,280 square-feet, these are expansive Toronto condos with one and two-bedrooms, huge open-concept layouts, and large windows for optimal sunlight. Living here will give you an executive vibe, overlooking Toronto’s West End.
Private elevator and garage: Adding to the executive vibe of 1 Columbus many of the suites have private elevator access right into the main living room. There are also private, attached garages for car owners, fully rounding out the exclusive nature of these lofts.
Life at Sorauren Park: Just down the street, residents will find Sorauren Park, a community center for dog-lovers with an off leash park, as well as a meeting place during the Farmers’ Market. It’s a pleasant place to enjoy the sunshine, meet your neighbours, and feel a part of the community.

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Building Details 1 Columbus Ave

Storeys:
4
Units:
10
Corp #:
MTCC-1142
Management Company:
BBQ Permitted
Elevator
Pets
Public Transit
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Price Per Sqft Rank: 22th

Highest price per sqft out of 132 condos in West End

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condo Values : +8.7%

Year over year change in values at 1 Columbus Ave, Toronto

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985
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Avg Price per Sqft : $985/sqft

Based on 2 recent sales at 1 Columbus Ave, Toronto

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2.97
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Avg Rent Price per Sqft : $2.97/sqft

Based on 1 recent rentals at 1 Columbus Ave, Toronto

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Area Comparison : +1.7%

More expensive than Roncesvalles condos for sale

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Avg days on Market : 6 days

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With an executive loft at 1 Columbus Avenue, you will live in a lovely area known as Roncesvalles Village, a community of residential streets connected to the boutique shops and small businesses, restaurants and bars along Roncesvalles Avenue from Queen Street to Bloor Street in Toronto’s West End. Known as the city’s Polish neighbourhood, the area features many Polish restaurants and hosts an annual Polish Festival, creating a culturally rich and yet contemporary vibe. Neighbouring High Park, residents will find it easy to get outdoors and enjoy nature within the city, or you can pop into the Revue Cinema for an evening at the movies, or enjoy some jazz at High’s Room. The area is home to many schools, and there is convenient TTC streetcar service running north and south along Roncesvalles Avenue and along Queen Street West. Some local gems worth exploring include Belljar Café for a rustic café and bar, The Dizzy for a classic sports bar, and Café Polonez for some traditional Polish cuisine.
The area has many grocery stores to shop at, such as NoFrills, FreshCo, and Loblaws, as well as a countless number of independent markets and specialty food shops.
With Sorauren Park just down the street, you’ll never be short of outdoor space. Enjoy the public dog park and the Farmers’ Market. And, of course, you’re not far from High Park, Toronto’s largest outdoor space.

A pleasant neighburhood to walk around, you can also find TTC travel options at Dundas West and Bloor Street. For drivers, the closest highway is the Gardiner Expy via Parkside Drive.