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Residences of the Artisan

152 St Patrick St, Toronto

For Sale
0
For Rent
4
Average Psf
$859(past 365 days)
Size Range
563-1761 sqft
Age Of Building
21 years

Overview
If you’re seeking a convenient, urban lifestyle in one of Toronto’s most artistic areas, then take a look at Residences of the Artisan located at the corner of St. Patrick Street and Dundas Street West near Grange Park.
Completed in 1998, this well-established building stands at 14-storeys of conventional panelled concrete and glass, with 135 Toronto condos for sale and for rent. With suites ranging from one-bedroom apartments to expansive three-bedrooms plus den, these Toronto condos are known for having bright, open-concept layouts, high ceilings, large breakfast bars and granite floors. They make an excellent choice for students and young working professionals, or anyone seeking an immersed urban experience. The building amenities are certain to keep residents happy at home, while just outside your door the Grange Park neighbourhood awaits, featuring great restaurants and cultural attractions like the Art Gallery of Ontario, OCAD University and the trendy shops of Queen St. West.

Most Notable Features
Student appeal: One street away from OCAD University, Residences of the Artisan is a great location for potential students seeking a home while attending school. With many suite options and layouts available, plus fun social amenities, you can easily accommodate the bachelor lifestyle or find a place to share with friends and roommates.
Exciting amenities: While the amenities at Residences of the Artisan are similar to many other downtown Toronto condos, such as a gym and meeting room, there is also exciting and youthful features like the party room, games room, and an entertainment centre with a kitchen, ideal for hosting parties and hanging out with friends.
Green urban living: One really great thing about living at Residences of the Artisan is the prime downtown location that let’s you live a green, urban lifestyle. Right next door to TTC routes along Dundas and Queen, not to mention bicycle lanes on College and Wellesley, residents can erase that carbon footprint and live eco-friendly.

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Building Details 152 St Patrick St

Storeys:
1
Units:
135
Corp #:
MTCC-1183
Management Company:
Parking Garage
Pet Restriction
Security Guard
Security System

Maintenance Fees at Residences of the Artisan cover:

Air Conditioning
Common Element
Heat
Building Insurance
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Price Per Sqft Rank: 328th

Highest price per sqft out of 465 condos in Downtown

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condo Values : +14.0%

Year over year change in values at 152 St Patrick St, Toronto

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859
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Avg Price per Sqft : $859/sqft

Based on 3 recent sales at 152 St Patrick St, Toronto

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2.99
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Avg Rent Price per Sqft : $2.99/sqft

Based on 9 recent rentals at 152 St Patrick St, Toronto

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Area Comparison : -3.3%

Less expensive than Grange Park condos for sale

72
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Avg days on Market : 72 days

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About 152 St Patrick St, Toronto


With a bright condo at 152 St. Patrick Street, you will live very close to some of Toronto’s most interesting attractions and right next door to Grange Park. With The Art Gallery of Ontario, the Ontario College of Art and Design, University of Toronto, and the Annex so close by, this area attracts many artists and students. Homeowners can enjoy the convenience of the Village by the Grange shopping centre and food court for last minute errands and to grab a quick bite. You’re also very close to nature, with the neighbourhood’s namesake park just one street west. To the south, Queen Street West and its variety of funky, independently owned boutiques, restaurants and bars provide endless options for places to browse, shop, and dine.
For local grocery stores and markets you can stop by The Market by Longo’s Elizabeth, Grange Market, and Lucky Moose Food Mart. You’re also not far from Yonge-Dundas Square and Toronto’s Eaton Centre.

This area has many easy travel options, whether on foot or TTC. There are streetcar routes along Dundas and Queen Streets, with connections to the subway. For car owners, the closest highway is the Gardiner Expressway via University Avenue. Additionally, The Greyhound Canada bus terminal is just a few blocks away.