James Cooper Mansion at 28 Linden St, Toronto 0
James Cooper Mansion at 28 Linden St, Toronto 1

James Cooper Mansion

28 Linden St, Toronto

For Sale
5
For Rent
12
Average Psf
$965(past 365 days)
Size Range
510-2,515 sqft
Age Of Building
9 years

Overview
A distinct find in the landscape of Toronto condos, James Cooper Mansion is located at the corner of Linden Street and Sherbourne, towering above the heritage-deemed James Cooper House. A wealthy industrialist, James Cooper built the house in 1881 and it served for some years as the Keeley Institute for Nervous Diseases until finally passing to Tridel developers who decided to transform the building into a modern condo residence.

The new tower stands at 33-storeys and offers over 270 Yonge and Bloor condos for sale and for rent, while the original house remains intact as the home to the building’s exciting amenities. Suite sizes range from one to two-bedrooms, featuring 9-foot ceilings, granite counters, large kitchen breakfast bars, plus private balconies. Seated within the Yonge and Bloor neighbourhood, an eclectic downtown experience surrounds you, featuring fun nightlife adventures, boutique shopping, arts and culture venues, and Toronto business bustle.

Most Notable Features
Friendly vibe: The concierge and staff at James Cooper Mansion are notably friendly and helpful. Plus the building attracts many young working professionals, making for a fun and community oriented living atmosphere from hallway encounters to building socials hosted in the amenities centre.
James Cooper House amenities: An energetic list of amenities awaits residents, featuring a gymnasium, yoga-retreat centre, and a full caterer’s kitchen and bar. But the real perk is that all of these extras can be found inside the original James Cooper House, an 18th century architectural landmark, attached to the front of the condo building.
Outdoor walking paths: Closer to the downtown core’s east end, James Cooper Mansion has the benefit of very close scenic walking trails. If you like the idea of getting outdoors, then you’ll love strolling through St. James Cemetery, Toronto’s oldest Victorian Gothic churchyard, and the trails of Rosedale Valley.

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Building Details

Storeys:
33
Units:
274
Corp #:
TSCC-2152
Management Company:
1
Concierge
1
Party Room
1
Visitor Parking
1
Guest Suites
1
Media Room
1
Meeting Room
1
Parking Garage
1
Pet Restriction

Included in Maintenance Fees

1
Common Element
1
Building Insurance
1
Parking
1
Water
256
th
Price Per Sqft Rank: 256th

Highest price per sqft out of 425 condos in Downtown

+
9.3
%
condo Values : +9.3%

Year over year change in values at 28 Linden St, Toronto

$
965
/sqft
Avg. Price per Sqft : $965/sqft

Based on 16 recent sales at 28 Linden St, Toronto

$
3.14
/sqft
Avg. Rent Price per Sqft : $3.14/sqft

Based on 14 recent rentals at 28 Linden St, Toronto

-
13.8
%
Area Comparison : -13.8%

15
days
Avg. days on Market : 15 days

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About 28 Linden St, Toronto

There are quite a few restaurants to choose from around 28 Linden St. Some good places to grab a bite are Maison Selby and McDonald's. Venture a little further for a meal at Kibo Sushi House, Maja Indian Cuisine or Seoul Food Take-Out. If you love coffee, you're not too far from Tim Hortons located at 563 Sherbourne Street. Groceries can be found at Joe''s No Frills which is only steps away and you'll find Church Wellesley Health Pharmacy a 6-minute walk as well. Green Space On Church, Sun Life Financial Museum + Arts Pass and Cineplex Cinemas Varsity and VIP are all within walking distance from James Cooper Mansion and could be a great way to spend some down time. Love being outside? Look no further than Barbara Hall Park, Rosehill Reservoir or George Hislop Park, which are only steps away from 28 Linden St. There is a zoo,Riverdale Farm, that is a 13-minute walk and is a great for a family outing.


The Yonge and Bloor area has a 100 Walk Score, with nearby bicycle-friendly lanes on Wellesley, College, and Sherbourne Streets. If you want to travel fast, the main hub of Toronto’s TTC network is right at Bloor and Yonge, giving you access to the whole city. For car-owners, the area is easily navigable with access to the Gardiner Expressway via Yonge Street and the Lower Jarvis onramp and the Don Valley Parkway via Danforth Avenue.

What Residents Are Saying
“I know most of the people on my floor, and everyone is very courteous and respectful of our shared community space. JCM socials are fun, and the building is gorgeous.”
- thedirt.co
“Quality construction. The heating and air conditioning system is strong. That was an issue in my previous building. One of the most important things for me is that a building be sufficiently sound proof. James Cooper mansion is a very quiet building!”
- thedirt.co

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