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Artscape Triangle Lofts

8-38 Abell St, Toronto

By Toronto Artscape Inc.
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Average Psf
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Size Range
500-1010 sqft
Age Of Building
8 years

Overview
During the 2004 “regeneration” of Queen Street West, a deal was struck to maintain a property of live/work artist residences that maintains the original character of Queen West’s creative past. The result was the Little Portugal condos of Artscape Triangle Lofts.
Found on Abell Street within the same building at Urbancorp’s Westside Gallery Lofts, Artscape Triangle Lofts offers 70 West End condos for sale and for rent. Designated as affordable live/work residences for artists, they are bright open living spaces with ten-foot exposed concrete ceilings and ductwork and large floor-to-ceiling windows. The overall vibe is a fully creative space with complete potential for homeowner interior design. The Artscape Properties are offered without any extra amenities, and a separate entrance from the other Urbancorp condos.
Situated within Toronto’s Little Portugal, residents have many cafes and shops to explore, plus it’s not far to King Street West and Liberty Village, with Queen Street TTC available for smooth trips downtown.

Most Notable Features
Artist residences: Main thing to note about Artscape Triangle Lofts is that they are reserved for professional artists, and potential buyers or renters must meet certain designations in order to live here. Once you are accepted, however, you join a vibrant community of artists and arts professionals.
Ground-floor gallery: The ground floor of Artscape Triangle Lofts showcases a 1,100 square-foot public gallery space, which hosts regular shows for the residents of Artscape to display their work to the public.
Affordable pricing: Designed with the chief aim of being affordable for Toronto artists, these Toronto condos range from one-bedroom loft-style suites to two-bedroom apartments with below market pricing. For example, a one-bedroom rental runs for about $740 per month.

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Building Details 32 Abell St

Storeys:
3
Units:
70
Corp #:
TSCC-2118
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Living and working at Artscape Triangle Lofts, resident artists will enjoy the charming residential neighbourhood known as Little Portugal. With many cafes, restaurants, and galleries along Queen Street and up to Dundas Street West, this area offers an urban experience that is more relaxed and ‘old-worldy’ compared to the bustle of downtown, but there are still local thrills such as The Drake Hotel. With growing opportunities for new businesses, the area is attracting many young ‘hip’ professionals in the art and design industries, with connections to nearby Liberty Village. The convenient TTC along Queen Street and King Street give residents easy access to the excitements of downtown including the Entertainment District and Toronto’s Financial District. Some fun nearby joints to check out include Beaver Café for an artsy brunch spot, Electric Mud BBQ for lovers of smoked meats, and The Melody Bar inside The Gladstone Hotel for karaoke and drinks.
For all your groceries and household needs, you can shop along Queen Street and King at FreshCo, West End Food Co-op, Kings Food Market, and Metro in Liberty Village.
Some of the local green spaces include Lisgar Park and Paul Garfinkle Parkette, but best of all in Trinity Bellwoods Park on Queen Street, a great spot for all kinds of outdoor recreation from baseball to picnics.

With a 93 Walk Score, the neighbourhood has many urban conveniences nearby. Queen Street West has great TTC service, and it’s also a main route for bicyclists. For drivers, the area is car-friendly and you can access the Gardiner Expressway via Dufferin Street.