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Finding a Toronto loft that is right for you and that appeals to your interests can be a challenging task. To many people searching for this type of boutique-style loft living, 66 Portland Street stands out for many reasons. This building brings together the modern, contemporary comforts of downtown Toronto with the latest trends in boutique-style loft suites. Containing approximately 82 units, the suites vary in size from smaller one bedroom units at 520 sq. ft. to two-bedroom units at 3,046 sq. ft. Originally built in 2006 by Freed Developments and now overseen by Goldview Property Management, this building provides an excellent buy-in value for those seeking Toronto lofts in the trendy King West neighborhood.
The modern nine-storey building is easily recognizable from its exterior of soft concrete, wood, and glass. The suites inside contain a number of common features including ten foot high exposed concrete ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood and polished concrete flooring, and spacious balconies. If location is a priority, nothing is better than having all the amenities of the entertainment district at one’s feet. Embedded into King West, browse the shops, restaurants, bars, and clubs in the area to get to know the atmosphere here. Get to know the life of the city and seize the day discovering the excitement of Toronto amongst the nightclubs, gourmet restaurants, and fashion shops. If you’re looking for a high class night on the town, take a streetcar down to Roy Thompson Hall, Royal Alexandra Theatre, the Princess of Wales Theatre, and the TIFF Bell Lightbox. Also, Rogers Centre Stadium, the CN Tower, and the Metro Toronto Convention Centre are just down the street, a short skip and a hop on the TTC.
Want to live close to your favourite brunch spot? Popular cafe, restaurant & bar ‘Portland Variety’ is on the corner. Bar Buca is across the street.
As one might assume based on this information, the transit and walkability of the area is high. The building itself rates a perfect 100 out of a possible 100 for transit and a near-perfect 97 out of a possible 100 for walkability. Some of the higher rated local restaurants to check out include the café and bar combo of Portland Variety, the old-manor style dining of Bar Wellington, and the sushi and Japanese cuisine of Blowfish on King Street. There is no shortage of grocery stores within walking distance as the Fresh & Wild Food Market sits at Spadina and King, and the Metro Centre Marketplace is close on Wellington. It’s also highly recommended to sometime take a stroll down the bike lane lined streets of Adelaide and Richmond – both of which have some excellent finds on them for all ages.
The building amenities at 66 Portland Street include pets allowed, visitor parking and a parking garage, elevator service, an enter phone system, public transit, and BBQs. There are a number of extras offered at 66 Portland Street depending on which floor one may live on. The common areas are spacious and feature modern mixed designs, including the aesthetic featured surrounding the rooftop pool and open sky lounge. Had a rough day at work? Take a seat in the rooftop pool and enjoy gazing at the stars. The long list of amenities in the suites themselves, then in the building, and in the immediate surrounding area are more than enough reasons to consider a purchase at 66 Portland Street.
The average price per square foot at 66 Portland Street is $752 which is on the more expensive side for the King West neighborhood. The maintenance fees have remained mainly consistent throughout the years as has the annual growth rate. If you’re looking to invest in a loft-style condo development in an up and coming part of Toronto, 66 Portland Street might be the right opportunity for you. The location is second to none with some of the city’s best restaurants right there at your feet. There are a wonderful range of opportunities, shops, and entertainment within a short stroll. The aesthetic in the building is classy. The suites themselves are among the most attractive in all of the city, with some units regularly featured on top condo lists.
If you are in the market for loft-style condominiums in Toronto, 66 Portland Street is an excellent corner to hang your hat on. Get a modern, boutique condo loft in King West with all of the luxuries one has come to expect from upscale Toronto condo living. Find yourself in a classy urban living space at 66 Portland Street.