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Evening Telegram Lofts at 264 Seaton St, Toronto 0
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Evening Telegram Lofts

264 Seaton St, Toronto

By 1022812 Ontario Inc.
For Sale
0
For Rent
0
Average Psf
$901(past 365 days)
Size Range
567-2985 sqft
Age Of Building
18 years

Overview
Once upon a time this address was home to the Toronto Evening Telegram, an afternoon newspaper that ran from 1876 to 1971. Then one day in 2003, developers decided to transform the property into modern Toronto condos and voila Evening Telegram Lofts was created.
Located on Seaton Street near Allan Gardens Park, the building stands at two-storeys and contains just ten boutique Toronto lofts. Certainly an intimate residence, the units range from one-bedroom apartments to expansive multi-level units with up to three-bedrooms. You can expect to find 14-foot ceilings with skylights, spiral staircases and mezzanine levels, plus huge half-moon windows, gas fireplaces, and private terraces. Highly sought-after, Evening Telegram Lofts is worth a look for anyone seeking urban lofts with a touch of history.
Found in Toronto’s Cabbagetown neighbourhood, residents will enjoy a quaint community with many restaurants, cafes, and outdoor spaces, while the city’s downtown core is only a short walk or TTC hop away.

Most Notable Features
Close to downtown: Technically an east-end residence, Evening Telegram Lofts is much closer to downtown than you might expect. With easily accessible TTC routes on Dundas Street and Carlton, residents here can zip over to Yonge Street, the Eaton Centre, and Toronto’s Financial District in minutes.
Quaint tree-lined street: It’s a rare thing among downtown Toronto condos to actually find a property on a residential street. But Evening Telegram Lofts enjoys the full feeling of a quaint, tree-filled neighbourhood with many Victorian style houses and white picket fences.
Rooftop sundeck: As is often the case with loft-conversion buildings, the extra amenities aren’t super amazing. But that’s the trade-off when you want to live in a beautiful, heritage building. Evening Telegram Lofts, however, does offer a sun-filled rooftop deck where you can get to know your neighbours, relax after work, and grill up a delicious meal.

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Building Details 264 Seaton St

Storeys:
2
Units:
10
Corp #:
MTCC-1365
Management Company:
BBQ Permitted
Rooftop Deck
Parking Garage
Pets
Public Transit
Security System

Maintenance Fees at Evening Telegram Lofts cover:

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Building Insurance
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282
th
Price Per Sqft Rank: 282th

Highest price per sqft out of 466 condos in Downtown

$
901
/sqft
Avg Price per Sqft : $901/sqft

Based on 1 recent sales at 264 Seaton St, Toronto

$
4.41
/sqft
Avg Rent Price per Sqft : $4.41/sqft

Based on 1 recent rentals at 264 Seaton St, Toronto

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20.8
%
Area Comparison : +20.8%

More expensive than Cabbagetown condos for sale

9
days
Avg days on Market : 9 days

At the Evening Telegram Lofts

1
units
Sales Volume : #1

Condos sold at Evening Telegram Lofts within the past twelve months

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About 264 Seaton St, Toronto


Living in a stunning hard-loft at 264 Seaton Street, you will get to experience the pleasant charm of Toronto’s Cabbagetown. Once a bustling community of cabbage-eating Irish immigrants, it is now a popular downtown destination with many restaurants, cafes, and small shops. With nearby TTC, residents 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 Peartree Restaurant on Parliament for a European menu set by a fireplace, Chew Chew’s Diner for comfort food in a train-car setting, and The Keg Mansion for an upscale and classic steak house.
The area has many local grocery stores including FreshCo on Parliament, Rabba Fine Foods and Metro at Jarvis, and Seaton Supermarket just up the street.
For those who love the outdoors, look no further than Allan Gardens for an off-leash dog park and a botanical greenhouse. Or, if you want a more expansive trek through nature, visit the paths of Riverdale Farm and St. James Cemetery.

Cabbagetown is a lovely place 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.

Further Reading
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