Meet the condo: Arch Lofts in Toronto
Check out this heritage architecture in the heart of the Junction.
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An elegant combination of heritage architecture and contemporary suites in the heart of the Junction Triangle. A church conversion and newly-constructed vestry, the 39 distinct lofts feature premium finishes throughout.
Most of the suites are designed to include their own balcony or terrace. A fitness centre, underground parking, locker storage and bicycle spaces round out the project’s amenities.
Location and transit
Located in the vibrant Junction Triangle neighbourhood, Arch Lofts is a quick walk to Dundas West subway station, the Bloor GO and the new UPX Station, whether commuting to work downtown or catching a flight at Pearson Airport.
In the neighbourhood
This animated, residential neighbourhood has a great artisan character, its streets lined with independent markets, bakeries, cafés and galleries. The area is surrounded by Bloordale Village, the Junction and Roncesvalles.
What: Arch Lofts
Builder: Windmill Development Group Ltd.
Architect: Caricari Lee Architects
Interiors: Andrea Kantleberg Design
Location: 243 Perth Ave., in the Junction Triangle
Building: Four-storey midrise building with 39 residences
Models: One bedroom and two bedroom suites
Sizes: From 500 to over 1,700 square feet
Pricing: Starting from the mid $300,000’s to over $1 million
Status: Currently under construction
Occupancy: Summer and fall 2017
Sales centre: Coming soon to 243 Perth Ave.
Phone: (416) 800-8796