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Kensington Market Lofts

21 Nassau St & 160 Baldwin St, Toronto

For Sale
1
For Rent
0
Average Psf
$831(past 365 days)
Size Range
521-1757 sqft
Age Of Building
19 years

Overview
With an absolutely great location between Baldwin and Nassau Streets off Spadina Avenue, The Kensington Market Lofts is a residence that will appeal to the true Toronto urbanite inside everyone.
Converted from a heritage school of the 1930s, the property stands at just 7-storeys with 145 Toronto lofts available, with entranceways on both Baldwin and Nassau. The suites range from one to two-bedroom styles, with some two-level units on certain floors, all of which enjoy open-concept living areas, ten-foot ceilings, bright picture windows full of natural sunlight, and private balconies. These Kensington Market condos are designed as modern soft-lofts, ideal for anyone who wants a spacious home to personalize, use as a live-work studio, or entertain many friends. You’ll enjoy some relaxing amenities, but most of all you will expereince life in Toronto’s vibrant Kensington Market, full of vendors, thrift shops, cafes, and restaurants. You’re also only a short TTC trip to Toronto’s Entertainment District, Financial District, and only a short walk to Chinatown and Bloor Street.

Most Notable Features
Amazing location: For anyone seeking downtown Toronto condos that really are ‘downtown’, Kensington Market Lofts offers a truly amazing location. Whether you like the bohemian market vibe, or you’d prefer to spend your time in Yorkville, with direct access to Spadina’s streetcar you can seize any opportunity in the city whenever you want.
Rooftop terrace: Although Kensington Market Lofts has less amenities compared to other Toronto condos, the building does have an exclusive rooftop patio that overlooks the market streets and gives you a view of Toronto’s skyline. A great place to hang out with friends, relax after work, and look up at the stars.
Safe and secure: A very popular area that drives a lot of visitors, Kensington Market may make residents think about their home security. But fear not, you will be safe and secure with a modern phone entry system and secure underground parking for car owners.

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Building Details 160 Baldwin St

Storeys:
7
Units:
145
Corp #:
MTCC-1291
Management Company:
Enter Phone System
Meeting Room
Outdoor Patio
Party Room
Rec Room
Security System
Public Transit
Elevator
Parking Garage
Pet Restriction

Maintenance Fees at Kensington Market Lofts cover:

Common Element
Heat
Building Insurance
Water
Parking
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322
th
Price Per Sqft Rank: 322th

Highest price per sqft out of 438 condos in Downtown

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condo Values : +7.5%

Year over year change in values at 160 Baldwin St, Toronto

$
831
/sqft
Avg Price per Sqft : $831/sqft

Based on 2 recent sales at 160 Baldwin St, Toronto

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18.1
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Area Comparison : -18.1%

23
days
Avg days on Market : 23 days

At the Kensington Market Lofts

2
units
Sales Volume : #2

Condos sold at Kensington Market Lofts within the past twelve months

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Situated in one of Toronto’s most pedestrian-friendly neighbourhoods, Kensington Market Lofts is bounded by College Street to the north, Dundas Street to the south, with Spadina Avenue and Bathurst Street to the east and west. In other words, you’re right in the heart of all the action. Considered the city’s vintage capital, Kensington Market is an ever-popular site for thrift-shopping, craft-beer drinking, and espresso musing. You’re also right beside the culturally rich Chinatown and Queen Street West to the south, making it certain that you’ll never run out of places to explore. Some fun local joints to check out include Jimmy’s Coffee for a laptop-friendly espresso bar, King’s Café for vegetarian food and delicious mock-meats, and Trinity Common for good food and craft beer.
For all your home cooking needs, you can pop over to Metro on College Street for name brand goods, while everything else from fresh vegetables and baked goods to meats and cheese can be found in the market.
Some nearby green space is easy to find with Bellevue Square just around the corner, plus Alexandra Park south of Dundas Street. Both are great outdoor spaces with trees, benches, and even a public swimming pool.

Just steps from the Spadina streetcar, accessing Toronto’s TTC could not be easier. Head north along Spadina to Bloor Street, University of Toronto, and Yorkville. Trek south to Queen Street, The Entertainment District, and Toronto’s waterfront. For driver’s, the property has a parking garage, and the nearest highway is the Gardiner Expressway via Spadina Avenue.