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Last year I blogged about an exciting development that was coming to the Junction Triangle, Toronto on the corner of Perth Ave and Wallace Ave (click here for the post). I was particular excited as it’s a church conversion project and I LOVE me a good church conversion, especially one happening in my hood. So I’m happy to announce that it’s full speed ahead and wanted to share the project details.

For more information, floor plans and pricing, make sure to contact me and I would be more then happy to send you the information!

Here Are The Details:

  • located on the corner of Perth Ave and Wallace Ave, this project will be a mix of converted church lofts and brand new lofts
  • a separate brand new building will be built beside the church on Perth Ave which will be connected to the church
  • lot’s of floor plans to choose from
  • scheduled completion date is November 2014
  • development partnership with Windmill Development, Mark McGroarty (a specialist in the rehabilitation of historic properties) and ONE Development
  • starting at $250,000 and up
  • maintenance fees $0.54/square foot
  • lockers $2,500
  • parking available on certain suites only (16 underground spaces only) $25,000
Deposit Structure:
  • 20% Total
  • $5,000 with offer
  • balance of 5% in 30 days
  • 5% in 90 days
  • 5% in 150 days
  • 5% on occupancy
Building Facts:
  • 40 units in total (26 units in the church, 14 units in the vestry)
  • some units to have direct access
  • suites will either have a private patio, terrace, balcony or Juliette balcony
  • open floor plans
  • 9 foot or higher ceilings in main living areas
  • double glazed windows
  • highly efficient heating and air conditioning system
  • choice of 3 standard suite finish packages
  • some suites are 2 storey
  • FSC certified white oak pre-finished wide plank engineered wood floors in main living areas and bedrooms
  • preserved church exterior and arched windows
  • resident bicycle parking underground
  • visitor bicycle parking located near entrance way
  • custom Scavolini kitchen cabinetry with island
  • composite (Caesarstone) counter tops
  • subway tile backsplash in brick pattern
  • gas cook top with integrated concealed under mount range hood finished in stainless steel
  • built in electric multi functional oven in stainless steel
  • cabinet style fridge and dishwasher
  • custom designed bathroom cabinetry
  • porcelain floor tiles and wall tile around tub
  • low flush toilet
  • mirror over vanity
Location, Location, Location:
  • Dufferin Grove Park farmers market (summer and winter)
  • Junction Farmers Market
  • Junction Flea
  • Junction Design Crawl
  • West Toronto Railpath
  • indie cafes and restaurants
  • Farmhouse Tavern
  • Zocolo
  • Lansdowne & Dundas West subway stations
  • GO Train access
  • lots of great neighbourhood events, Campbell Park Saturday Supper, Really, Really, FREE Market in Campbell Park, Sterling Cinema Al Fresco
  • Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design”
  • created to define green buildings by establishing a common standard of measurement
  • 4 levels of compliance: bronze, silver, gold and platinum
  • Union Lofts is striving for leed platinum 
What do you think of this project? Do you think it will be good for the revitalizing Junction Triangle neighbourhood, I would love to hear your feedback?

As always, if you have any questions or would like detailed pricing and floor plans, leave a comment below or contact me

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