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Containing 172 units spread across ten storeys, 60 Bathurst Street is found in the sought-after King West neighborhood. Originally developed by the Sorbara Group, the Bathurst Street condo development is now managed by Horizon Property Management company.
Now known as Sixty Lofts, the building stands at 60 Bathurst Street extending across to Niagara Street. The units range from one-bedrooms to two-bedrooms, and is only a short walk south from King Street. The suites are primarily open-concept with many of them including ten-foot exposed concrete ceilings, full floor-to-ceiling windows, and engineered hardwood flooring. If you’re looking for a King West condo for sale or for a fair-price Toronto condo to invest in, Sixty Lofts is a strong investment appealing to many of the creative arts.
The 172 units range in size from 445 sq. ft. to 1,703 sq. ft. Close to Liberty Village; a short trip away from Rogers Centre stadium, the CN Tower, and the Metro Convention Centre; and having the King West neighborhood at your forefront, 60 Bathurst Street has a number of notable amenities in close proximity.
There are a selection of 2-storey lofts for sale at 60 Bathurst Street on its tenth floor, attractive to young families who need a little bit more space than what other units are offering as well as young professionals seeking the classic Toronto loft design. 60 Bathurst Street is also pet-friendly and very close to an off-leash area at Stanley Park, making this a hotspot for guests with small dogs and cats. Amenities within the building itself and/or surrounding it for residents-only include a party room, communal BBQs, a parking garage, a common rooftop deck, a meeting and function room, and an enter phone system. Maintenance fees typically cover all expenses related to heat, water, and common element maintenance.
60 Bathurst Street maintains a transit score of 100 out of 100 and boasts a strong walk score of 97 out of a possible 100. The wide array of amenities within a kilometre’s walk of 60 Bathurst Street include restaurants such as a Domino’s Pizza, multiple coffee shops, bars such as the CHILL Ice House, grocery stories including the Kitchen Table, the nearest green space being Victoria Square Park, and several other businesses.
The units at 60 Bathurst Street are valued with an average price per square foot of $635 with an average year over year growth rate of 8.5 percent. This is a very consistent rate that marks Sixty Lofts as a quality investment for anyone seeking a strong return in time. The units themselves are also 6 percent less expensive than the average price of King West condos, which is impressive considering the quality of the one-bedrooms and two-bedrooms available.
Beyond the amenities that are in-building at 60 Bathurst Street, there is a lot to explore in the surrounding streets as well. Transit via the streetcar and bus make it easy to get to the Rogers Centre to see a Blue Jays game or to get to Ripley’s Aquarium. If you want to stay a little closer to home, King West’s fashion and entertainment districts both offer a number of boutiques, restaurants, and shops that are easy to browse. Just a short walk north is Queen Street, known for its music venues. Just a short walk south is Toronto’s waterfront and all of the recreational activities available there. The business community is also bustling in and around the King West neighbourhood with a cheese-themed restaurant Cheesewerks found on Bathurst; three major grocery stores within a five to ten minutes’ walk, and several parks that are never very far away.
60 Bathurst Street is aesthetically pleasing with all modernized appliances and state-of-the-art design in and out. If this is your first condo purchase in Toronto, it makes sense to entertain the possibilities of living in such a high-energy, amenity-friendly area. The King West neighbourhood is an amazing opportunity for young, working-minded professionals to explore and gain a grasp of west-end Toronto charm. Bright and beautiful, the units at 60 Bathurst Street are well laid-out with no wasted space and its location is difficult to beat anywhere in Toronto. Get all out of 60 Bathurst Street as an investment and living space, and enjoy the luxuries of living in an artful, affordable part of the city.