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The Malthouse Loft Towns

27-39 Old Brewery Ln, Toronto

By Inaugural Source Homes
For Sale
1
For Rent
0
Average Psf
$412(past 365 days)
Size Range
1513-1691 sqft
Age Of Building
12 years

Overview
Named for the century-old brewery that once occupied Old Brewery Lane, The Malthouse Loft Towns are chock-full of architectural inspiration combined with contemporary urban convenience in Toronto’s Regent Park neighbourhood.
A designated heritage building, the striking Malthouse Loft Towns perfectly showcase the best of an authentic loft conversion, from the Victorian industrial-era red brick walls and attractive corner corbelling to the rounded arches and the oval cast-iron tie-rod plates. With just 10 units available, these Toronto lofts offer three-story live/work spaces, soundproofing for privacy, unique trim finishes and sliding barn doors in the bedrooms. Building amenities include a parking garage and a 300 square-foot rooftop deck with stunning views of Toronto's east end.
Beyond the building, residents can enjoy Queen and King Streets to the south and the revitalized Regent Park to the north, creating a lovely junction of parks, cafes, restaurants, and boutique shops to explore.

Most Notable Features
Exclusive features: On top of the charming conversion-loft finishes, each suite at The Malthouse Loft Towns also boasts exclusive features such as engineered wood floors on the main level and sisal-type carpeting on the stairs and upper floors.
Abundant living space: Residents will enjoy the spacious three-floor layouts, with a walkway up to the roof’s terrace patio. These downtown Toronto condos also feature storage space, convenient indoor parking with direct home entry on the lower level, and remote garage door openers.
A revitalized neighbourhood: Once an industrial centre, Regent Park and the surrounding areas have been transformed into lovely neighbourhoods full of boutiques, bistros and restaurants. Also one of the newest hotspots for design and house décor, chic shops are making an appearance along Queen, King and Adelaide.

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Building Details 27 Old Brewery Ln

Storeys:
1
Units:
10
Corp #:
TSCC-1778
Management Company:
BBQ Permitted
Concierge
Guest Suites
Gym
Meeting Room
Parking Garage
Party Room
Pet Restriction
Public Transit
Rooftop Deck
Sauna
Security Guard
Security System
Pool

Maintenance Fees at The Malthouse Loft Towns cover:

Air Conditioning
Common Element
Heat
Hydro
Building Insurance
Water
Parking
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2.37
/sqft
Avg Rent Price per Sqft : $2.37/sqft

Based on 1 recent rentals at 27 Old Brewery Ln, Toronto

1
units
Rental Volume : #1

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About 27 Old Brewery Ln, Toronto


With a lovely townhome at 27-39 Old Brewery Lane, you will be living in a newly revitalized urban neighbourhood centred around the Regent Park Aquatic Centre and Daniels Spectrum Arts and Culture Centre. You can easily pop over to Toronto’s St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood, the Eaton Centre at Yonge and Dundas, as well as Leslieville to the east. This neighbourhood boasts a lot of great eateries, including Magic Oven for the gluten-free diet, El Catrin for a trendy Mexican restaurant, and Ruby Watchco across the Don River.
The area has many local grocery stores including FreshCo and Cosimo’s No Frills on Parliament Street. Or for a more eclectic shopping experience walk over to Regent Park every Wednesday from June to September for a friendly farmer’s market.
The Malthouse Loft Towns is nearby many great outdoor green spaces including Regent Park, Allan Gardens, Moss Park, Corktown Common, plus Riverdale Farm to the north and the Don Valley trails.

The area has a 96 Walk Score, with many urban conveniences nearby. Downtown travel is easy with streetcar lines running along Queen Street East and Parliament. And for drivers, the closest highway is the Gardiner Expressway via Sherbourne Street.