27 Brock Ave & 31 Brock Ave, Toronto

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Tylar Thompson
Tylar Thompson
Sales Representative
Property.ca Inc., Brokerage
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360 sqft - 1401 sqft
Avg $928 per square foot
Built in 2003
2 floors/ 24 units
Low-Rise condo

Brock Lofts can be found on Brock Avenue just north of Queen Street West in the Roncesvalles Village neighbourhood. The building is a modest two-storey warehouse conversion with a redbrick façade that is rustically urban and should appeal to young professionals.
An intimate residence, there are only 24 Toronto lofts available here in a wide range of sizes and layouts including some multi-level suites. They are all open-concept hard loft conversions with authentic finishes such as 12 to 18-foot exposed wood ceilings, beautiful hardwood flooring, exposed brick and ductwork, and wood beam accents. With large windows and skylights in some units, the lofts enjoy a lot of natural lighting, creating a fully open and inspiring atmosphere that invites the live/work lifestyle.
Just up the street from Queen West, residents at Brock Lofts can easily enjoy a long line up of restaurants, cafes, and bars, with convenient TTC service along Queen Street heading east and west.

Most Notable Features
An artistic vibe: The feeling when you’re standing inside one of these hard lofts, with the sunlight streaming on original wood and brick, is of a hip art gallery. If you’re looking for a spot in the Queen West area to live and work and meet other creative people, Brock Lofts should be at the top of your list.
Rooftop BBQ deck: Lacking the real big-buck amenities found in larger West End condos, such as a pool or gym, Brock Lofts does offer a common rooftop deck with BBQs. A relaxing place to hang out with friends and neighbours, enjoy the summer sunshine, or sit out under the stars.
Walk to Queen West: As for location, Brock Lofts hits the jackpot for anyone wanting to live in a trendy urban locale. Residents can walk down to Queen West to find many thrills like Gladstone and The Drake Hotels, as well as convenient TTC service along Queen to go east to Yonge Street or west to Humber.

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Date Registered
Dec 3, 2003
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condo Values : -7.6%

Year over year change in values at 27 Brock Ave, Toronto

Avg. Price per Sqft : $928/sqft

Based on 2 recent sales at 27 Brock Ave, Toronto

Avg. Rent Price per Sqft : $4.09/sqft

Based on 2 recent rentals at 27 Brock Ave, Toronto

Area Comparison : -16.3%

Less expensive than Roncesvalles condos for sale

Avg. days on Market : 39 days

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Sales Volume : #2

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Tylar Thompson
Tylar Thompson
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About 27 Brock Ave, Toronto

With an intimate hard loft at 27-31 Brock Avenue, you will enjoy a home in a great neighbourhood known as Roncesvalles Village, a community of residential streets connected to the boutique shops and small businesses, restaurants and bars along Roncesvalles Avenue from Queen Street to Bloor Street in Toronto’s West End. Known as the city’s Polish neighbourhood, the area features many Polish restaurants and hosts an annual Polish Festival, creating a culturally rich and yet contemporary vibe. Not far from High Park, residents will find it easy to get outdoors and enjoy nature within the city, or you can visit the Revue Cinema for an evening at the movies, or The Drake Hotel for some live music. The area is home to many schools, and there is convenient TTC streetcar service running north and south along Roncesvalles Avenue and along Queen Street West. Some cool places to check out include Electric Mud BBQ for smoked meats and craft beer on picnic tables, The Tempered Room for a Parisian inspired patisserie, and Wrongbar for a laid-back nightclub with indie shows and dance nights.
To pick up some groceries, head over to FreshCo supermarket on Gladstone, as well as a countless number of independent markets and specialty food shops along Queen and Roncesvalles.
For a slice of greenery, you can find many small parks in the area, as well as Sorauren Park for a Farmers’ Market, and you’re not far from High Park, Toronto’s largest outdoor space.

A perfect neighbourhood for walking and biking, you can also find TTC travel options along Queen and Dundas Streets. For drivers, the closest highway is the Gardiner Expy via Parkside Drive.