The Curve at 170 Sudbury St, Toronto 0
The Curve at 170 Sudbury St, Toronto 1

The Curve

170 Sudbury St, Toronto

For Sale
For Rent
Average Psf
$1,001(past 365 days)
Size Range
400-869 sqft
Age Of Building
8 years

The sister property to Urbancorp’s larger development Westside Gallery Lofts in Toronto’s Little Portugal, The Curve is a mid-rise building that shares the same design of steel, glass, and redbrick accents.
Standing at just eight-storeys with a unique curved structure that allows a more dynamic range of natural lighting, The Curve offers 134 West End condos for sale and for rent. The suites range from studio apartments to larger two-bedroom units with open-concept layouts, high exposed concrete ceilings and ductwork, floor-to-ceiling windows, modern kitchens with stainless steel appliances, and private balconies. With a good line-up of amenities, The Curve is an intimate building that caters to the live/work lifestyle sought by many young professionals these days.
On the border of Little Portugal, residents have many cafes and shops to explore, plus it’s not far to King Street West and Liberty Village, with Queen Street TTC available for easy trips downtown.

Most Notable Features
Quick step to Queen West: With Queen Street West just a short walk north, residents at The Curve will be immersed in a hip neighbourhood with hangouts like The Drake Hotel, Brooklynn Bar, Savoy Restaurant, and many more. Enjoy the unique style of the area, and savour your very own modern condo to match!
A renter’s reality: The Curve is an ideal investment property for potential renters and landlords. Situated steps from Queen West, with many studio and one-bedroom units available, it’s a prime spot where young professionals will want to rent Toronto condos close to work and fun.
Swimming pool: The amenities at The Curve are great for fitness-minded folks, but best of all the building has an indoor swimming pool. A great way to keep fit, a pool is also fun to splash around with friends and family, or relax with a good swim after a busy week.

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Price Per Sqft Rank: 56th

Highest price per sqft out of 113 condos in West End

condo Values : +6.9%

Year over year change in values at 170 Sudbury St, Toronto

Avg. Price per Sqft : $1001/sqft

Based on 9 recent sales at 170 Sudbury St, Toronto

Avg. Rent Price per Sqft : $3.64/sqft

Based on 6 recent rentals at 170 Sudbury St, Toronto

Area Comparison : -0.1%

Avg. days on Market : 11 days

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About 170 Sudbury St, Toronto

With a bright condo at 170 Sudbury Street, residents will live at the doorstep to both Liberty Village and the charming residential neighbourhood known as Little Portugal. With many cafes, restaurants, and quaint shops along Queen Street and Dundas Street West, this West End area offers an urban experience that is more relaxed and ‘old-worldy’ compared to the bustle of downtown, but there are still local thrills such as The Drake Hotel. With growing opportunities for new businesses, the area is attracting many young ‘hip’ professionals in the art and design industries, with connections to nearby Liberty Village. The convenient TTC along Queen Street and King Street give residents easy access to the excitements of downtown including the Entertainment District and Toronto’s Financial District. Some nearby hot spots to check out include Beaconsfield for an intimate tequila bar, Electric Mud BBQ for lovers of smoked meats, and The Tenant of Parkdale for a bright and open coffee shop.
For local grocery stores, you can shop along Queen Street and King at FreshCo, West End Food Co-op, Kings Food Market, and Metro in Liberty Village.
Some nearby green spaces include Lisgar Park and Paul Garfinkle Parkette, but residents at The Curve will probably enjoy Trinity Bellwoods Park most, a great spot for all kinds of outdoor recreation from baseball to picnics.

With a 93 Walk Score, the area has many urban conveniences nearby. Queen Street West has great TTC service, and it’s also a main route for bicyclists. For drivers, the area is car-friendly and you can access the Gardiner Expressway via Dufferin Street.
Lauren Emond
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