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Toy Factory Lofts

43 Hanna Ave, Toronto

For Sale
0
For Rent
1
Average Psf
$930(past 365 days)
Size Range
655-3082 sqft
Age Of Building
10 years

Overview
Founded in the early 1900’s, this property was originally home to the Irwin Toy factory, Canada’s oldest toy company. In 2008, Lanterra Developments transformed the building into an award-winning mixed-use commercial and residential space, known in the Liberty Village neighbourhood as Toy Factory Lofts.
Situated near the corner of Hannah Avenue and East Liberty Street, these Toronto lofts are a popular choice among young urbanites. With a mix of authentic hard-lofts and new soft-lofts on the highest floors, this eight-storey structure is a truly inspiring example of the bright and airy atmosphere expected of modern lofts. With units offered in one and two-bedroom layouts, some with extra den space, the Toy Factory Lofts boast some of the most creative and spacious spaces in the area, plus some suprising amenities.
A home to young professionals in the design and film industries, Liberty Village has many new and interesting restaurants, cafes and bars to explore, not to mention recreational centres and easy access to Toronto’s Entertainment District and the Waterfront.

Most Notable Features
Landmark address: If you want a home that stands out among West End condos, that will inspire awe and wonder from friends and neighbours, then you really have to consider Toy Factory Lofts. The pioneering craftsmanship of the conversion, and the strong Canadian history of the structure make it a landmark address like no other.
Authentic hard-loft styles: Noted as the only authentic hard-loft residence in Liberty Village, Toy Factory Lofts has maintained so much of the original charm and character of the old factory. Thick brick walls, huge warehouse windows, steel ceiling beams, and Douglas fir posts are just some of the classic finishes you will find here.
Surprising amenities: Not usually found among conversion-lofts in Toronto, Toy Factory Lofts offers a surprising and impressive array of amenities. Residents can enjoy a common rooftop terrace and hot tub, a fitness centre, steam rooms, and more!

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Building Details 43 Hanna Ave

Storeys:
8
Units:
218
Corp #:
TSCC-1978
Management Company:
BBQ Permitted
Concierge
Gym
Media Room
Party Room
Rooftop Deck
Visitor Parking
Business Centre
Guest Suites
Meeting Room
Parking Garage
Pet Restriction
Sauna
Security Guard
Security System
Beanfield Fibre Available

Maintenance Fees at Toy Factory Lofts cover:

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

Highest price per sqft out of 124 condos in West End

+
7.1
%
condo Values : +7.1%

Year over year change in values at 43 Hanna Ave, Toronto

$
930
/sqft
Avg Price per Sqft : $930/sqft

based on 19 recent sales at 43 Hanna Ave, Toronto

$
3.39
/sqft
Avg Rent Price per Sqft : $3.39/sqft

based on 24 recent rentals at 43 Hanna Ave, Toronto

13
days
Avg days on Market : 13 days

at the Toy Factory Lofts

19
units
Sales Volume : #19

condos sold at Toy Factory Lofts within the past twelve months

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About 43 Hanna Ave, Toronto


Living at 43 Hannah Avenue, you will enjoy a lovely home in Liberty Village, one of Toronto’s most vibrant new neighbourhoods. With many cafes, restaurants, and new businesses popping up, plus convenient access to more established neighbourhoods like King West and Little Portugal, residents will discover a nicely balanced urban experience with many opportunities to make memories. Ideal for young working professionals, the property is nearby Toronto’s Entertainment District, Queen Street West joints such as the Drake Hotel, plus many recreational activities in Liberty Village like rock-climbing gyms. The convenient TTC along Queen Street and King Street give residents easy access to Toronto’s Financial District and the Waterfront. You’ll get to know many neighbours while sipping a morning coffee at Balzac’s Liberty Village, connected to your building. And in the evening you can stroll over to The Craft Brasserie & Grill for a sprawling pub scene.
Just around the corner, residents will find specialty food and nutrition shops, as well as an expansive Metro Supermarket and Pharmacy. It’s a huge store with lots of selection that even hosts a “singles-shopping” night.
For some local outdoor space, Liberty Village Park is just down the street, or you can take a walk south to the Waterfront or north to Trinity Bellwoods on Queen Street, a great spot for all kinds of outdoor recreation from baseball to picnics.

The area offers many TTC options from streetcars along Queen and King Street to buses throughout Liberty Village. Most urban conveniences are within walking distance, but the TTC will definitely speed up any longer trips. For drivers, the area is car-friendly and you can access the Gardiner Expressway via Dufferin Street.

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