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25 Stafford Street is a sleek, contemporary build just south of King West featuring a range of suites appealing to young working professionals with connections to the heart of Toronto. Originally developed in 2012 by Lamb Development Corporation, 25 Stafford Street is now maintained by Icon Property Management. This ten storey building contains over 103 units ranging in size from one-bedrooms of 483 sq. ft. up to two-bedrooms plus den of 2,820 sq. ft. The suites at Parc are uniquely known for their long rectangular layouts, are open-concept in design, and offer deep balconies that are very attractive to younger buyers.
Designed by renowned Toronto architect Peter Clewes, these modern spaces offer soaring loft-height ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and expansive views of the green space to the east of the building and fantastic city skyline views.
If you are seeking lofts for sale in King West or condos for sale in King West, considering a move to 25 Stafford Street would provide a resident with a high class investment and the opportunity to enjoy some of the nightlife, entertainment, and sports in near proximity. As 25 Stafford Street is steps away from Toronto’s renowned King Street, a resident can enjoy the long list of restaurants, bars, nightclubs, art galleries and theatres clustered in this part of the city. Moving further north, the music venues of Queen West provides another level to explore for those seeking something new and exciting to discover. It’s no secret that the large influx of condo developments built from concrete and glass can sometimes make the city feel cold, unnatural, and all-business.
The ground floor consists of 6 2-storey townhome suites, each with their own private terraces and entrances.
Getting a loft at Parc Residences means making a home in an enriching setting that is pet-friendly, gives you the chance to meet your neighbours, and where you can enjoy many community-friendly events day and night. The builders who helped to erect 25 Stafford Street also outfitted the balconies and terraces with hose bibs, encouraging residents to maintain a home-based garden with easy access to water right there and ready to go.
Common features of the suites at 25 Stafford Street include floor to ceiling windows, concrete ceilings as high as ten feet, pre-engineered wood flooring, and sliding glass doors to balconies equipped with the aforementioned hose bibs as well as gas BBQ connections. The amenities found in the building include a party room, a parking garage, an enter phone system, visitor parking, a meeting and function room, and some pet restrictions. The maintenance fees at 25 Stafford Street are lower than average compared to other King West condo developments. The maintenance fees cover common element maintenance as well as water.
25 Stafford Street boasts a perfect transit score of 100 out of a possible 100 and a strong walk score of 93 out of a possible 100. On any given night, be thrust into downtown Toronto while living at 25 Stafford Street. Taking the TTC, enjoying a sports game at the Rogers Centre is easily accessible, the thrills of Ripley’s Aquarium are right there, and closer to home, there are the boutiques, shopping and restaurants of King West; the fashion and music of Queen Street a couple minutes’ north; and the outdoor activities of the waterfront to enjoy.
If you don’t want to travel far, some of the more popular restaurants within a hundred kilometres include the wild and foraged Canadian foods at Edulis Restaurant, the popular coffee of the Thor Espresso Bar, and the acclaimed Ichiban Sushi on King Street. The Fresh & Wild Food Market at Spadina and King, the Kitchen Table right next door of 25 Stafford Street, and the Loblaws on Queen Street are the local grocery stores. There’s also Stanley Park right next door if you have a pet or if you simply want to get out onto some grass during the warmer months.
The average price per square foot at 25 Stafford Street is $675 which makes it roughly 15 percent less expensive than other King West condos – a key indicator of the buy-in potential for first-timers. The annual growth rate has seen the building maintain its value and grow a little bit since its development however its growth is slower than average in the neighborhood. Park Lofts is a truly beautiful building with a view overlooking Stanley Park and suites that are among the largest in the King West region. The value at 25 Stafford Street is strong, encouraging first-time buyers to save their money and invest in one of Toronto’s most exciting neighborhoods.
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