21 Camden Lofts at 21 Camden St, Toronto 0
21 Camden Lofts at 21 Camden St, Toronto 1

21 Camden Lofts

21 Camden St, Toronto

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Age Of Building
14 years

If you're looking for the wide open, blank slate character of a hard loft in a smaller building with a great location, consider 21 Camden Lofts.
This is new construction, not a conversion, and the building is set apart from its neighbours by more than just it's distinctive blue cladding and glass block exterior. Each of the five suites in this Toronto condo takes up a whole floor and they all offer about 2000 square feet of living space. Exposed concrete ceilings and ductwork, large windows and hardwood are featured in the interiors and there's an elevator to bring you to your door. Lots of possibilities here for a great downtown loft, funky flexible office space, or both. The choice is yours.

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About 21 Camden St, Toronto

Camden is quiet side street a three minute, two block walk from Queen West and Spadina where you'll find a great assortment of independently-owned boutiques, cafés and pubs.
You can grab a coffee to go at Sense Appeal Coffee Roasters, Tim Hortons or Starbucks on your way to work, or have a quick bite to eat at nearby Freshii, The Chickery or Mamma's Pizza.
If you'd rather cook at home, you can pick up supplies at one of the small local fruit and vegetable stores, or walk to Loblaws in under 10 minutes.
When you feel like getting out and doing something, it's a short walk to Kensington Market, where you'll find the city’s best vintage shops and eclectic markets. Be sure to check the TIFF Bell Lightbox, for current exhibitions, attractions and festivals right in the neighbourhood.
After dark, King West has Toronto’s hottest nightclubs, bars and fashionable lounges, there is lots of fun to be had before you head home to your downtown condo.
If you need to walk the dog, St. Andrew's Playground is conveniently located at the end of the street, and Clarence Street Dog Park is just around the corner.

Queen streetcars running east- and westbound and the Spadina streetcars running north and southbound are three minutes walk from your door. It is also a short walk from Osgoode subway station, making it a simple trip to the West End, Midtown | Central or elsewhere around the city. You can also connect to Union Station for GO Transit, VIA Rail and the UP Express to Pearson International Airport.
If you're driving, you'll have easy access to the rest of Toronto by way of the Gardiner Expressway via the Spadina Ave onramp which is only a few minutes away.
John Cobley
Sales Representative
Property.ca Inc., Brokerage
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