155 dalhousie St #851
Listed at $799,900
2 Beds / 2 Baths
Hello downtown Toronto! If being in close proximity to the heart of the city is on your must-have list, this beautifully renovated 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom hard loft in the Merchandise Building could be your new home base. Featuring high ceilings, exposed brick (hello!), concrete floors, functional layout and large windows, this loft is a great space to call home and perfect for entertaining. Imagine preparing brunch in your gorgeous, modern kitchen while friends hang out with you in the dining and living area overlooking the city. Need storage space? You’ll find ample storage throughout the property, including a generously-sized walk-in closet. Bathrooms feature modern finishes and ensuite includes a double vanity. Whether you work from home or want a space to practice a hobby, you can set up everything in the perfect spot for a desk in the front entry room.
With close proximity to local hospitals and Ryerson University, this spot is the perfect place for a medical professional or student to call home. Imagine never having to find parking AND getting those steps in! Alternatively, if you’re on the lookout for a hard loft in the centre of downtown, you’ll want to consider this beauty.
Walk out your front door and find all of the amenities you need at your doorstep – grab groceries, coffee, delicious takeout, and shop for fashion and home items all within close walking distance. Ready to enjoy post-pandemic entertainment? Movies, free concerts and musical theatre are all within a few blocks radius.
Surrounded by great food and shopping, you really are in the heart of this exciting city. Head to Balzac’s Coffee across the street and watch the happenings at Ryerson Community Park. Grab your shopping bags and head downstairs for your weekly shopping at Metro or up the street at Loblaws Carlton. Taste the world with takeout from popular restaurant spots like Jollibee, Asian Gourmet, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Sud Forno, Egg Club, Joey’s Restaurants, Ali Baba’s Middle Eastern Cuisine, Starbucks, Konjiki Ramen, Red Lobster, Poke Guys, Pizza Shab, Richmond Station and Hazukido nearby. Need wine or beer? Make it a 10-minute round-trip errand with the LCBO and The Beer Store located around the corner..
If you’re in need of some retail therapy, a short walk to the Eaton Centre area will have you in the middle of known retailer and brands like Nordstrom, Hudson’s Bay, H&M, Aritzia, Uniqlo, MUJI, Zara, Gap, HomeSense, Canadian Tire, Winners and so much more. Pick up prescriptions and other items for home at Shoppers Drug Mart or Rexall. Browse for the latest book or a gift for someone on your list at Indigo.
Up for a good walk? Head west to enjoy the lively street scenes around Dundas Square and the Eaton Centre, or north to enjoy the leafy streets of the Garden District. If you need to get somewhere further, you can walk west to Dundas Square to access the Dundas TTC subway station to get to Union Station, or either north or south on Church to hop onto a streetcar to get across in either direction.
Forget worrying about driving or parking for entertainment – you can walk to great spots! Enjoy live theatre at the Elgin & Winter Garden Theatre, the latest movie releases at Cineplex, live music at Meridian Hall and numerous free music or lifestyle events at Yonge and Dundas Square or Nathan Phillips Square when outdoor events resume. Walk to the Art Gallery of Ontario, Allen Gardens Conservatory, Queen’s Park, and Berczy Park.
ABOUT THE NEIGHBOURHOOD: DOWNTOWN TORONTO / GARDEN DISTRICT
An exciting and busy neighbourhood, Downtown Toronto is a diverse area populated with a mix of students and established professionals. The perfect place for students – both at nearby Ryerson and other educational institutions – the area has long been home to a population of varied socio and economically-diverse residents who frequent the lively Ryerson campus, Dundas Square and Eaton Centre areas. Dundas Square, at Yonge and Dundas, has become a bright and vibrant commerce and entertainment area like Times Square in New York. Ryerson University, established as a school in 1948, is a central fixture to the area and has a diverse student population who attend from all over the GTA and the world.
Spanning the areas mainly around Yonge Street and Church Street between Queen and College Streets, the food options nearby are endless. Enjoy restaurants like Kinton Ramen, Egg Bae, Poke Guys and Kabul Express. Stop for lunch at Jollibee’s, fulfill a burger craving at Five Guys or grab a burrito from Chipotle Mexican Grill. Grab a bowl of noodles at Salad King and a good homestyle meal from The Senator. Pick up healthy eats at Urban Herbivore or a tasty Middle Eastern spread at Paramount. Take home a sweet treat from Uncle Tetsu’s Japanese Cheesecake.
Order delicious takeout from Burrito Boyz, Rebel Wings, Ajisan Ramen or Katsuya, or browse the numerous takeout stalls in the World Food Market at Yonge & Gould. Treat yourself to a delicious dinner at The Chase and Richmond Station. Craving something quick? Stop by A&W, Subway, Osmow’s, Patties Express or Pita Land for a bite. Grab a late night drink at The Queen and Beaver, Jack Astor’s or Joey’s Restaurants. Enjoy delicious Italian meals and treats at Sud Forno, and yummy breakfast offerings from Egg Club.
Grab a coffee to start your day at Balzac’s Coffee, Starbucks, or Bulldog Coffee and walk west to the Eaton Centre area to browse all of the retailers. Shop for unique homewares at MUJI, cool home goods and fashion at H&M, a card or gift at Indigo, something fun and special for yourself at Nordstrom, supplies at Canadian Tire and sporting goods at Champs Sports. Pick up prescriptions and supplies from Shoppers Drug Mart and quick groceries from Metro and Loblaws. Head west on Queen Street past University Avenue to shop even more brand names and small independent businesses.
Great entertainment is just around each corner in this neighbourhood: watch the latest movie at Cineplex, get tickets to the next hot live theatre act or TIFF movie at the Elgin & Winter Garden Theatre, and watch free concerts and events at Yonge Dundas square. Walk to the Art Gallery of Ontario to browse the latest art exhibit, or get lost wandering the greenhouses full of plants at the Allen Gardens Conservatory.
Great fitness offerings are nearby at Goodlife Fitness, Sweat and Tonic, and Fit Factory Fitness.
Serviced by the streetcars along College Street and Dundas Street, you can easily travel all over the city. Hop on the subway along Yonge Street to head South to Union Station to grab a GO Train, VIA Rail or UP Express out of the city, or a streetcar along the lakeshore. Drive South on Yonge and York Streets to access Lake Shore Boulevard or the Gardiner Expressway.
Head west to enjoy the lively street scenes around Dundas Square and the Eaton Centre, or north to enjoy the leafy streets of the Garden District and great park space like Ryerson Community Park and Allen Gardens close by. Grab a bike from the Bike Share Toronto racks nearby and ride south to the St. Lawrence Market. Need to get somewhere further? Walk west to Dundas Square to access the Dundas TTC subway station to get to Union Station or another part of the city, or either north or south on Church to hop onto a streetcar at Dundas Street or College Street.