Tip Top Lofts at 637 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto 0
Tip Top Lofts at 637 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto 1

Tip Top Lofts

637 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto

For Sale
5
For Rent
0
Average Psf
$1,149(past 365 days)
Size Range
400-3,209 sqft
Age Of Building
15 years

Overview
Located on Lake Shore Boulevard West near Bathurst Street, the historic Tip Top Tailor building is hard to miss with its huge bright red ‘Tip Top Tailors’ sign perched above the roof.
Originally constructed in 1929 by Bishop & Miller, the Art Deco building was a warehouse and office facility for the Toronto clothing retailer. Then, in 2005, the 11-storey property was converted into 256 tastefully refinished Toronto lofts, aptly named Tip Top Lofts. The new residence features classic hard loft styles on the lower floors, while the new upper floors host modern soft lofts.
Beyond the scope of the building, homeowners here will find themselves immersed in the growing and historically enriched Fort York neighbourhood, a mix of lush outdoor green spaces and well-known cultural attractions such as the Harbourfront Centre, Molson Canadian Amphitheatre, and the Canadian National Exhibition or CNE.

Most Notable Features
Historical charm: Deemed a heritage building in 1972, the Tip Top Lofts building has been a Toronto property since the 1920’s when it was the factory and office of Tip Top Tailors Ltd, Polish immigrant David Dunkelman’s menswear fashion retail company. That’s nearly 100 years of history wrapped up inside one little building on Toronto’s waterfront. So the question is: what will you add to the story?
Hard and soft lofts: When the building was converted into lofts in the early 2000’s, Context Developments was smart-thinking to create both hard and soft lofts. What that means is that Tip Top Lofts offers both the classic, exposed brick and woodbeam ‘hard loft’ style, as well as more modern ‘soft loft’ styles that will feel like a contemporary condo. You get to choose.
Holiday parties: Downtown Toronto condos can sometimes feel cold and impersonal, but Tip Top Lofts tries hard to create a fun and friendly sense of community, with meet your neighbour summer BBQs and annual Holiday parties for Christmas and New Years.

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Building Details

Storeys:
8
Units:
256
Corp #:
TSCC-1789
1
BBQ Permitted
1
Concierge
1
Gym
1
Media Room
1
Party Room
1
Sauna
1
Visitor Parking
1
Pets

Included in Maintenance Fees

1
Common Element
1
Building Insurance
1
Water
1
Air Conditioning
1
Heat
1
Parking
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Price Per Sqft Rank: 87th

Highest price per sqft out of 446 condos in Downtown

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condo Values : +9.0%

Year over year change in values at 637 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto

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1149
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Avg. Price per Sqft : $1149/sqft

Based on 15 recent sales at 637 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto

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3.22
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Avg. Rent Price per Sqft : $3.22/sqft

Based on 26 recent rentals at 637 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto

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Area Comparison : +14.0%

More expensive than Fort York condos for sale

13
days
Avg. days on Market : 13 days

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About 637 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto


With an iconic loft at 637 Lake Shore Boulevard West, residents will experience the new and growing Fort York community situated between Bathurst Street and Strachan Avenue, next door to the Fort York National Historic Site. Sometimes called the ‘Garrison,’ it’s a fresh community coming up among green spaces like Garrison Common and Coronation Park, but with many condo towers and new townhouse developments you’ll feel right at home as a condo owner. And there is a blooming culture of retail shops and restaurants, not far from the excitement of Toronto’s Entertainment District, Liberty Village, and Queen Street West.

Some fun local gems to check out include Amsterdam BrewHouse on Queens Quay West for a beer-pairing restaurant and retail outlet, Wilbur Mexicana on King Street West for delicious lunch-time tacos and burritos, and Raaw Japanese Cuisine on East Liberty Street for sushi and traditional Japanese small plates in a hip setting.
For nearby groceries and other household needs you can find Sobeys at Fork York Boulevard and Spadina, Metro on Lynn Williams Street, and Harbour Green Farms on Queens Quay West.
Local green spaces surround you, with Garrison Common a short walk north and Coronation Park right next door. Plus you can enjoy Toronto’s Martin Goodman promenade along Lake Ontario for bicycling and roller-blading, picnic benches for an afternoon in the sun, baseball diamonds, soccer-fields, and more.

For those residents of 637 Lake Shore Blvd W without a car, you can get around rather easily. The closest transit stop is a Light RailStop (FLEET ST AT BASTION ST) and is nearby, but there is also a Subway stop, ST ANDREW STATION - SOUTHBOUND PLATFORM, only a 19 minute walk connecting you to the TTC. It also has (Light Rail) route 509 Harbourfront, and (Light Rail) route 511 Bathurst nearby. Access to Gardiner Expressway from 637 Lake Shore Blvd W is within a 4-minute drive, making it easy for those driving to get into and out of the city getting on and off at Rees St.

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