This Property Has Been Sold!
155 Dalhousie Street
Suite 656

This Property Has Been Sold!
155 Dalhousie Street
Suite 656




Deliciously Delectable Dalhousie- You’re Going to Eat It Up!

Pour yourself some coffee and put some sugar in your cup, because this gorgeous 2 bedroom hard loft is the one you’ve been looking to settle down with and make home. Approximately 1,350sf of living space, unit 656 is decked out with all the bells and whistles you’d look to find in your dream loft. Poured concrete floors, two King sized bedrooms, two FULL bathrooms with heated floors. A sleek renovated kitchen, and a massive open concept living space with overwhelmingly beautiful western afternoon sunlight.

Talk about finding your soul-mate when it comes to a condo, this handsome hunk of burning love will turn the heat up with its gas fireplace and floor to ceiling flush slate mantle. Exposed concrete slab ceilings and duct work, 656 is the epitome of excellence when it comes to loft living.

Feeling limited and confined about your past relationships with condo living? The Merchandise building was once the storage facility for Sears! This means HUGE move-in elevators, easy access ramps, wide hallways and tall ceilings- do you want to move a grand piano in? YOU CAN!

World class amenities: 24hr concierge, full gym, basketball court, roof top deck with dog walk, indoor pool and more! Metro grocery store right at your door, TTC, shopping, restaurants, and entertainment- not to mention Toronto Metropolitan University.

Without a question, 656-155 Dalhousie St is the Dreamboat you’ve been desiring!

Additional Information

Possession | 30/60 days / TBD
Size | Approx. 1,350 square feet
Property Tax |
$3,880.00 / 2021
Maintenance Fees | $921.65 / month includes building insurance, parking, locker, common elements and water.
Parking | 1 owned underground space (billed separate at $82.94/month)
Storage | 1 owned locker
Mechanics | Heat pump/electric, central air
Inclusions | Fridge, stove, microwave range hood and dishwasher. Washer & dryer. All lighting fixtures and window treatments. Gas fireplace.
Exclusions | None

About the Neighbourhood | Garden District

The Garden District is a busy downtown area named for Allan Gardens, a park with a glass-domed plant conservatory. The district is home to Yonge-Dundas Square, surrounded by shopping complexes, restaurants, and flashy billboards, and a magnet for street performers and tourists. Performing arts venues include the restored 1920 Ed Mirvish Theatre, and the Ryerson University campus features a large photography gallery.

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Mary-Kate Rose