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Button Factory Lofts

200 Clinton St, Toronto

By Rossbro Development Corp
For Sale
0
For Rent
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Average Psf
$936(past 365 days)
Size Range
1567-2432 sqft
Age Of Building
23 years

Overview
Located on Clinton Street just south of Harbord Street in Toronto’s Little Italy, this century old building was once a garment factory. It’s rumoured that the workers’ children would come to visit and were paid a penny for every button they picked up off the floor, giving these West End condos the name Button Factory Lofts.
An authentic conversion with 13 Toronto lofts available, Button Factory Lofts is a wonderful and rare find in this tree-lined residential neighbourhood. The suites are generously appointed with one and two-bedroom layouts, most of which are two-floors with mezzanine levels overlooking the lower living space. Interior finishes feature original post and beam character, high ceilings, hardwood floors, plus all units include outdoor terraces or gardens. The building lacks the extensive amenities of newer Toronto condos, but Button Factory Lofts offers a very different living experience than those other box and tower condos.
Besides, residents will find an endless line-up of restaurants, cafes, and bars throughout Little Italy, plus gyms, entertainment venues, and great outdoor green spaces.

Most Notable Features
Generous floor plans: The suites at Button Factory Lofts range from 1,500 to 2,400 square-feet, nearly three times as big as an average condo. Spanning two floors, these open-concept designs enjoy tons of sunlight through huge windows, and feature shockingly spacious outdoor terraces and gardens. They are generous, creative suites fit for families and established professionals.
Quiet residential vibe: Hidden away on Clinton Street between Harbord and College, Button Factory Lofts enjoys a quiet and peaceful residential atmosphere with lots of trees, one-way traffic, and home-owning neighbours. While it’s close to the fun of Little Italy, it’s best suited to those who want a tranquil retreat to call home.
Homeowner pride: Homeowners at Button Factory Lofts will certainly appreciate the level of consideration and care that was responsible for the building’s conversion into a modern residence. With only 13 units, it’s a small, intimate complex where a sense of homeowner pride will bind residents into a pleasant community.

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Building Details 200 Clinton St

Storeys:
1
Units:
13
Corp #:
MTCC-1110
Management Company:
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Price Per Sqft Rank: 33th

Highest price per sqft out of 132 condos in West End

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condo Values : +27.6%

Year over year change in values at 200 Clinton St, Toronto

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Avg Price per Sqft : $936/sqft

Based on 2 recent sales at 200 Clinton St, Toronto

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3.47
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Avg Rent Price per Sqft : $3.47/sqft

Based on 1 recent rentals at 200 Clinton St, Toronto

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Area Comparison : +3.1%

More expensive than Little Italy condos for sale

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Avg days on Market : 5 days

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With a stunning hard-loft at 200 Clinton Street, you’ll live within a unique and dynamic neighbourhood known as Little Italy. Arrayed along College Street from Bathurst to Dovercourt Road, it is a nest of culture and history and home to a vibrant fine dining and lively nightlife scene. Humming with activity on weekends, especially in the summer, the sidewalks of Little Italy are bustling with people sipping espresso, watching soccer, and shopping at the many independent markets. In the evenings you will see crowds waiting outside the Mod Club Theatre for musical concerts, lined up to see a film at The Royal, and bouncing from bar to bar. A few nearby gems worth visiting include Sam James coffee shop on Harbord for espresso, baked goods, and interesting conversation, Hapa Izakaya for Japanese small plates, and Terrazza for a cozy Italian restaurant featuring seafood and specialty pizzas.
College Street is home to many independent fruit and vegetable markets and convenience stores, and there is a large Metro Supermarket at Crawford Street where you can pick up your name-brand groceries and household goods.
For some nearby green spaces, take a walk to Bickford Park along Harbord, or you can visit Trinity Bellwoods Park to the south for a picnic or a game of baseball, and Dufferin Grove Park to the north for a weekly Farmers’ Market.

A lovely area to get around on foot, there is also TTC along College Street heading east and west. Drivers will find the area accommodating, with smooth access to the Gardiner Expressway via Bathurst Street.