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289 Sumach Street Lofts

289 Sumach St, Toronto

For Sale
0
For Rent
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Average Psf
$1,047(past 365 days)
Size Range
954 sqft
Age Of Building
34 years

Overview
Originally home to the Ontario Medical College for Women built in 1890, the property at 289 Sumach Street is now well known within the world of Toronto condos for it’s stunning loft-conversions and charming heritage façade.
Converted into ten boutique Toronto lofts in 1985, this Cabbagetown residence is a real jewel for anyone seeking beautiful and authentic hard-lofts. The building is just two-storeys, allowing for single and multi-level floor plans, many of which feature private terraces or sundecks. Whether you’re interested in a one-bedroom unit or a larger two-bedroom suite, the interior hard-loft styles such as original exposed brick and wood beams, hardwood floors, and skylights will have you saying, “Wow,” again and again.
The building offers parking, a locker, and ensuite laundry, with all other amenities available within the Cabbagetown neighbourhood. Residents can pop over to Regent Park for a swim or a jog in the park, enjoy a myriad restaurants and cafes, and explore the Daniels Spectrum Arts and Culture Centre.

Most Notable Features
Warm and cozy: With large bright windows, vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, and fireplaces, these spacious and beautiful lofts possess a real feeling of warmth and comfort. If you enjoy earthy tones, a slight scent of timber, and tons of natural sunlight, then 289 Sumach Lofts is the place for you.
Private outdoor space: One thing that a lot of downtown Tornoto condos are lacking is good outdoor space. A private area where you can catch a breath of fresh air, shake off the stress of the day, and just relax. The suites at 289 Sumach Lofts offer lovely rooftop terraces and sundecks, with views of the city and the sky and BBQs allowed.
Pet-friendly: One way to tell the character of a building is to ask whether they allow pets. Do you like dogs and cats? Well, 289 Sumach Lofts enjoys them very much, making it a pet-friendly building. Living here will make you want a little furry friend.

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Building Details 289 Sumach St

Storeys:
2
Units:
10
Corp #:
MTCC-664
Management Company:
BBQ Permitted
Parking Garage
Pets
Public Transit
Security System

Maintenance Fees at 289 Sumach Street Lofts cover:

Common Element
Water
Building Insurance
Parking
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115
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Price Per Sqft Rank: 115th

Highest price per sqft out of 465 condos in Downtown

$
1047
/sqft
Avg Price per Sqft : $1047/sqft

Based on 1 recent sales at 289 Sumach St, Toronto

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40.5
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Area Comparison : +40.5%

More expensive than Cabbagetown condos for sale

7
days
Avg days on Market : 7 days

At the 289 Sumach Street Lofts

1
units
Sales Volume : #1

Condos sold at 289 Sumach Street Lofts within the past twelve months

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About 289 Sumach St, Toronto


With a beautiful loft at 289 Sumach Street, you will be living in a newly revitalized urban neighbourhood with many lovely green spaces surrounding you. You can easily pop over to Toronto’s St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood, the Eaton Centre at Yonge and Dundas, as well as Leslieville to the east. This neighbourhood has many delicious menus to taste and discover such as Thai To Go on Gerrard Street, Paintbox Catering and Bistro on Dundas Street, and Green Earth Vegetarian Cuisine over on the east side of the Don River.
There are many grocery stores nearby including FreshCo at Parliament and Dundas, Cosimo’s No Frills, and TO Fine Foods Stores. Plus, you can enjoy a friendly farmers’ market at Regent Park every Wednesday from June to September.
For nearby outdoor space, look no further than Regent Park, Corktown Common, and the charming Riverdale Farm, where you can walk among paths and trees and visit the farm animals.

Cabbagetown is a wonderful area to explore on foot, with many urban conveniences nearby. Downtown travel is easy with streetcar lines running along Dundas Street East and Parliament. And for drivers, the closest highway is the Gardiner Expressway via Sherbourne Street.