Wallace Station Lofts at 371 Wallace Ave started life as the four-storey warehouse for the Canadian Glue Stamp Factory, built in 1929, and it’s four coach houses, built for the company in 1949. Named after a nearby train station that is no longer in existence, Wallace Station Lofts offers one-of-a-kind finishes for the one-of-a-kind Toronto lofts dweller. This former fire station has been beautifully finished. Located in the Dundas and Bloor W area close to high park and the Junction. It's sure to satisfy those hard loft enthusiast seeking loads of character. A vibrant neighbourhood that is still described as Toronto’s “Little Poland,” Roncesvalles attracts people from all over Toronto, whether it is to sample the wares of authentic Polish butchers and bakers, or to sip organic, fair-trade coffee in one of the area’s many cafes.
Sunny South Facing Junction Condo On A Quiet Side Street Built In 2010 (Rent Controlled), Junior One Bedroom In A Quiet Mature Building W/Concierge, Separate Galley Kitchen W/ Lots Of Cupboards, Counter Space, Full Size Fridge, Stove, Dishwasher, Microwave, Washrm W/Tub, Laundry Ensuite, Two Closets, Unit Next To Stairs For Easy/Quick Exits, Hydro Ranges $49-95/Month While Wfm, Ac Incl In Maintenance Not Your Hydro, Bike Lockers Available $6-12 Per Month.More details
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