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Claremont Lofts

62 Claremont St, Toronto

By 62 Claremont Investments Ltd.
For Sale
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For Rent
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Average Psf
$944(past 365 days)
Size Range
993-2044 sqft
Age Of Building
19 years

Overview
Formally a banquet hall built in the 1930’s, this quaint brickwork building was converted into modern residences in 2000, now known as Claremont Lofts.
Tucked away just north of Queen Street West in Toronto’s Trinity Bellwoods neighbourhood, these beautiful multi-level Toronto lofts showcase spacious layouts with 24-foot vaulted ceilings and skylights. There are just eight authentic loft conversions here, so residents of Claremont Street Lofts will enjoy an exclusive loft-living experience with unique features such as personal libraries and private rooftop patios baring breathtaking views of the city. Halfway between the bustling Queen Street West and Dundas West, but with the privacy of a quiet residential street, Claremont Street Lofts are the perfect home for the contemporary urban dweller.
The surrounding areas have many vintage shops, galleries, top bars and restaurants, plus convenient TTC access along Dundas and Queen Street, plus the popular Trinity Bellwoods Park is within walking distance.

Most Notable Features
Stunning rooftop sundecks: Probably the coolest feature about Claremont Street Lofts are the expansive, 700 square-foot rooftop sundecks. With striking vistas of the surrounding neighbourhood and lots of space to entertain friends or just relax after work under the stars, they offer the perfect outdoor compliment to a beautiful loft home.
Personal garage: For car owners, Claremont Street Lofts will be especially appealing because they offer private garages on the ground level of the units. But even if you don’t own a car, the extra garage space could be outfitted as a home gym, an office, or a creative workshop.
Pets allowed: Not always found among West End condos, Claremont Street Lofts is a pet friendly building. A welcoming attitude towards dogs and cats can sometimes say a lot about the overall vibe of a building and the community living there, and Claremont Street Lofts seems like a friendly place.

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Building Details 62 Claremont St

Storeys:
1
Units:
8
Corp #:
MTCC-1293
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Price Per Sqft Rank: 17th

Highest price per sqft out of 129 condos in West End

$
944
/sqft
Avg Price per Sqft : $944/sqft

Based on 1 recent sales at 62 Claremont St, Toronto

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4.53
/sqft
Avg Rent Price per Sqft : $4.53/sqft

Based on 1 recent rentals at 62 Claremont St, Toronto

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Area Comparison : -7.3%

4
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Avg days on Market : 4 days

At the Claremont Lofts

1
units
Sales Volume : #1

Condos sold at Claremont Lofts within the past twelve months

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Trinity Bellwoods is a charming inner-city neighbourhood found along Queen Street to the south and Dundas Street to the north between Dovercourt and Bathurst. It stands out for its trendy and youthful character, focused around the prominent Trinity Bellwoods Park, an indoor and outdoor community recreation space with everything from swimming pools to idyllic picnic spots.
The area has more than 160 restaurants to explore, such as Squirly’s for a relaxed and causal hangout, and Café 668 for an Asian-fusion menu, plus a wide range of cafes, bars, and clubs. Residents can enjoy a day of boutique shopping along Queen Street West, or stop at a local bakery in Little Portugal. Queen West is home to the largest concentration of art galleries in Toronto, including Artscape Youngplace, a community cultural hub devoted to artistic inspiration. Residents are also very close to Kensington Market, Chinatown, and Toronto’s Entertainment District.
The area has many small grocers along Dundas and Queen Street, plus there is a larger Metro on College Street and Loblaws at Queen and Portland for all your name brand items.
And if you want to enjoy the outdoors, head over to Trinity Bellwoods Park, where you can find enough space to enjoy baseball, tennis, dog-walking, and soaking up the sun.

You will be able to walk everywhere in this neighbourhood, but there is TTC on Queen Street for your longer trips. There are also convenient bicycle lanes on Adelaide and Richmond Streets, and car owners can zip onto the Gardiner Expressway via the Spadina Avenue onramp.