The Bloor West Lofts are “soft - loft” townhouses (*not a converted factory or warehouse, but newly built) that were registered in 2002. They appear industrial in design with contemporary updates and are 2 long narrow buildings facing each other, on the north side of Bloor Street just east of Symington Avenue, in the Junction Triangle neighbourhood, in the area of Dovercourt-Wallace Emerson Junction. This is a revitalized area that developers have chosen for urban lofts and townhouses, appealing to both single professionals and families, looking for easy convenience to both transportation and neighbourhood lifestyle choices.
The Bloor West Lofts offer incredible space and value, found with their 3 storey floorplans. They range in size from approximately 813 sq. ft. to 1,300 square feet, with most suites having 2 bedrooms plus 1.5 baths. (usually a powder room on the main level) They feature soaring 10 ft. ceilings on the lower level family room area, storage, individual garages with parking as well as direct access and an incredible rooftop terrace area perfect for private entertaining. Views range from treetops to skyline vistas. Most, also include a gas hook-up for convenient bbq grilling. These townhouses are also dog-friendly! The Bloor West Lofts offer an ideal solution for those looking for both space and close proximity to downtown Toronto, while still being reasonably priced. The average Sold price was $477,000 ranging up to $535,000.
The Bloor West Lofts at Dekoven Mews are ideally located within close proximity to a number of West Toronto’s bustling vibrant neighbourhoods. Aside from being steps to Bloordale Village with it’s art galleries, brunch spots, cafe’s, hip vintage shops and trendy restaurants, this development is also close to “The Junction”, known for it’s new fab eateries and design stores as well as the popular Roncesvalles shopping district and Bloor West Village. High Park is only minutes away, offering natural winding treed paths, sporting facilities as well as it’s own Zoo, playgrounds and Grenadier Restaurant. The West Toronto Railpath is also near, being a redeveloped path along abandoned rail lines that now offer an incredible multi-use route for cyclists, joggers or walking your dog, stretching from The Junction towards downtown Toronto.
Striving for an urban lifestyle with all the conveniences the city has to offer, is another great reason for living in the Bloor West Lofts. As well as being close to great shopping, fab cafes and eateries with art galleries to pop into, Public Transportation within this area is prime and steps away. Bloor Station at Dundas Street West, now services both GO and UP express from Union to Pearson. There is also the Lansdowne subway station on the Bloor-Danforth line and 504 & 505 streetcars. Living here means you have a 100 Rider Transit Score, 93 Walker’s Paradise and 82 Very Bike-able.