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THE MERCHANDISE LOFTS

THE MERCHANDISE LOFTS

135 Dalhousie Street, Toronto

9.2
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$892 / sqf in this building
2 units for sale below

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THE MERCHANDISE LOFTS 135 Dalhousie Street 155 Dalhousie Street Ryerson

THE MERCHANDISE LOFTS – 155 Dalhousie Street

Date Registered: (1999-05-12)

 

While Toronto is full of rich history, no other condo is steeped in more local history than The Merchandise Lofts. The Merchandise Lofts are so named due to being several conjoined buildings that were constructed from 1910 to 1940, housing that was known at the time as the Simpson’s department store warehouse. The franchise became better known more popularly as Simpson Sears. This is what gives The Merchandise Lofts its worn and retro warehouse atmosphere. Built in the Chicago School of architecture, The Merchandise Lofts features an industrial vibe and feel that appeals more to young buyers who are looking for a quirky and vintage facade over more contemporary architecture. The Merchandise Lofts also pride itself on being affordable in price with young investors, given their affordable rates and square footage, that is perfect for young buyers looking for their first home, or a smart investment. Standing at 13 storeys tall located at 155 Dalhousie St, The Merchandise Lofts come with 480 units that range in size from 487 to 2,618 sqft. The Merchandise Lofts are all located at the amazing Church St. Corridor, known for its popular venues for fine dining, recreational activities, and ample nightlife. The Merchandise Lofts unique urban living appeals to younger investors looking to stake their own claim in the real estate market, as well as residents looking to start out with their own home.

 

155 Dalhousie Street Amenities

Despite its affordable pricing, The Merchandise Lofts do not skimp on quality of comfort when it comes to their units. Each unit contains unique and innovative layouts for every taste, with soaring ceilings as well as large windows that further compliment the space with natural light, and polished concrete floors for that unique loft-like feel. The converted warehouse also features exposed ductwork and mushroom columns, furthering the minimalistic nature of the units. The Merchandise Lofts also includes incredible amenities such as an on-site gym for the fitness enthusiasts, also supplemented by a sauna for post-workouts. The features continue with a swimming pool, and most incredibly, an indoor basketball court for the sports lovers among its residents to host a friendly tournament, pick-up games and just shoot the hoops after a long hard day. For entertainment, 155 Dalhousie Street also features an enviable rooftop deck where residents can lounge or host parties. It’s the perfect spot to kick back or have fun BBQ fiestas all summer long.

 

Merchandise Lofts Neighbourhood

Stepping outside of the Merchandise Lofts brings residents to the route of the annual LGBTQ Pride Parade, located in the always bustling Church Street Corridor. Featuring the best that downtown Toronto has to offer, Merchandise Lofts’ location has multiple performance theatres, outdoor parks, and recreational activities such as the Riddle Room, all within walking distance. In terms of fine dining, residents can Choose from a pick of Japanese, Middle Eastern, or Ethiopian themed restaurants all nearby the Merchandise Lofts. The neighbourhood is smack dab in downtown Toronto, offering all the acclaimed hotspots that the city has to offer. Within walking distance is Woody’s, one of Toronto’s hottest bars, as well as Dundas Square, and the major mall, The Eaton Centre. Residents can get their fill of culture, entertainment, and fitness, given the area’s large selection of parks, trails, outdoor dining, and overall attractions. Residents of the Merchandise Lofts will get the full Toronto experience by being front and centre to the city’s most bustling area. The benefit of the location is even more appealing when considering the proximity to public transportation and incredible shopping. The Yonge-University subway line is within walking distance. It can almost be seen as a hub that takes residents to all other parts of the Greater Toronto Area. Whereas, for car-owners, the Gardiner Expressway via Jarvis Street and the Don Valley Parkway via Davies Street off of Queen Street East, is incredibly easy to access and is only a small driver away. Residents of The Merchandise Lofts will love the ability to step out into one of Toronto’s most prominent locations, that allows them to truly experience the Toronto lifestyle and urban living. The amenities, along with access to one of Toronto’s best neighbourhoods is the greatest benefit to owning a home at The Merchandise Lofts. 

 

The Merchandise Lofts Phase V – 135 Dalhousie Street 

Date Registered: (2003-11-27)

 

Located at 135 Dalhousie Street, The Merchandise Lofts is a well established and esteemed condo building location in Toronto, with a rich history of its own. Continuing its tradition of high quality and niche urban living, the Merchandise Lofts extends itself with Phase V, located at 135 Dalhousie Street, completed in 2003. 

Phase V is a 5-story building where the Sears department store warehouse was originally located. The smaller boutique loft features 46 units for sale and rent, with the same finishes as the Merchandise Lofts. The location, as well as being one of Toronto’s historic properties, Phase V builds on the existing promise of The Merchandise Lofts. 

 

135 Dalhousie Street Amenities

The suites at 135 Dalhousie Street are incredibly well designed with a lot of great amenities. With 12-foot exposed concrete ceilings, which add an incredibly vintage atmosphere, the beach strip hardwood flooring only enhances that feel even more. The units also feature oversized industrial style windows that invite amazing natural light that allows for the space to look even more spacious and wide open. 

135 Dalhousie Street includes even more amenities itself to keep clients living in the most comfortable climate available. For residents who enjoy working out even in winter months, Phase V offers a full fitness centre, along with a sauna and spa for recovery and physical therapy. The condo building even offers a swimming pool for those who require low impact workouts, or just enjoy occasional leisurely swims.

For convenience and easy access to the necessities, Phase V offers a Metro Supermarket on the ground floor for all of the resident’s groceries and bare essentials. The best feature of Phase V has a rooftop for entertaining friends, family and having great parties. The building is also incredibly pet-friendly, which only adds to the element of fun and community. 

With safety and security in mind, Phase V Condos offers a well-known reputation, friendly staff and excellent building management. 

 

Merchandise Lofts Phase V Neighbourhood

If a more active lifestyle if preferred, then the location of the Merchandise Lofts is no slouch. The Queens St Park and Moss Park Arena are mere minutes away offering residents an array of activities to choose from, such as trails, picnic areas, and lots of greenery which is perfectly suited for walks, strolls, jogging, runs and biking. 

Located at the Church Street Corridor, potential residents can find easy access to public transportation, with the Queen Street streetcar nearby, and the Yonge-University subway line within walking distance, Toronto will have never seemed more within reach. For drivers, the Gardiner Expressway and the Don Valley Parkway are but a few minutes drive away. 

Given the location of 135 Dalhousie Street it’s considered to be a cultural hub; with many cultural, arts and entertainment venues nearby, it’s hard to find a more well connected residential building. Residents can enrich themselves with the National Ballet School, Phoenix Concert Theatre, Ryerson Theatre School and many more artful venues at their disposal to explore and enjoy. 

Even alternative recreational activities such as the Riddle Room, The LCBO & Beer Store are both walking distance away. Clients can choose from their pick of Japanese, Middle Eastern, or Ethiopian themed restaurants all within walking distance away. 

The neighbourhood is smack dab in downtown Toronto, offering all the acclaimed hot-spots that the city has to offer. Within walking distance is Woody’s, one of Toronto’s hottest bars, as well as Dundas Square, and the major mall, The Eaton Centre features a wide variety of shops and brands for residents to choose from. Residents of the Phase V Condos will get the full Toronto experience by being front and centre to the city’s most bustling area. 

Even alternative recreational activities such as Massey Hall or Old Toronto City Hall are both walking distance away. Clients can choose from their pick of Japanese, Italian, or French themed restaurants all within walking distance away. 

 

Merchandise Lofts Phase V Condos Developers

The developers of the Merchandise Lofts were Cresford Developers, one of the first residential developers in Canada to combine condominium living with international fashion labels. Cresford Developers have been known to collaborate with brands like Fendi, Armani, Hermes, and Diesel, to name a few. 

Known for their superb quality and an exceptional eye for detail, Cresford Developers offers inspirational living spaces that strive to create the ultimate signature expression of elegant living. Cresford looks for the most coveted downtown locations in order to bring their professionalism, along with 40 years of industry experience to provide a level of confidence in their name brand like no other. With this much experience and expertise, Cresford has slowly become one the most prominent developers of the Toronto market. 135 Dalhousie Street benefits from this level of sleek and stylish design approach, with the intention of creating one of a kind interiors to create a high end style in the urban residential development market.