Downtown Toronto Lofts at 155 Dalhousie Street - Near the Corner of Dundas and Church Streets
Originally the Robert Simpson Mail Order Catalogue Building, the Merchandise Building is a loft conversion that is a classic example of the renowned early 20th century “Chicago School” of industrial architectural design.
With a foot print of over a million square feet, the Merchandise Building is one of the largest buildings in downtown Toronto and contains a wide range of hard lofts with regard to size and style.
With custom designed kitchens, solid maple barn door room separators, soaring ceilings, and some of the best
views of the city, this is an amazing building with excellent amenities, steps from the heart of downtown Toronto.
Onsite Amenities include:
Gym / Exercise Facilities
½ Basketball court
Roof Top Terrace With Garden (almost ½ an acre)
Multi-Purpose Room with lounge
Guest Suites (2)
24 Hour Concierge & Security
Units in this building range in size from 450 to just over 2500 square feet and include Studios, 1 Bedroom, 1+1 Bedrooms, 2 Bedrooms, 2+1 Bedrooms, and 3 Bedroom suites. All suites have polished concrete floors and 12 foot ceilings.
Available Leases range from $1695 to $3950
Recent Solds range from $263,800 to $639,000
* Maintenance Fees are approximately $0.54 per square foot.
Located in the Merchandise Building: A 24 Hour Metro Grocery Store.
Less than 10 Minutes By Foot: The Eaton Centre, The St. Lawrence Market, Grocery Stores, (Metro 24hr, No Frills, Sobeys 24hr, Loblaws 24hr), the LCBO, 5 Churches, a multitude of exceptional restaurants, cafes, pubs, bars and clubs, the TTC, (Queen & King Subway and Streetcars), parks, galleries, shops and services for all your needs, (from shoe repair to hardware), a public library, City Hall, St. Paul's Hospital, Medical Clinics, Drug Stores, Ryerson University, George Brown College, and much much more.
Less than 30 Minutes By Foot: Queen Street West, King Street West, The Art Gallery of Ontario, The Royal Ontario Museum, The University of Toronto, The Beer Store, The Church Street Corridor, Hospital Row on University Avenue, Chinatown, Kensington Market, Sugar Beach, the Waterfront Boardwalk, the St. Lawrence Community Centre, and much more.
Less than 5 Minutes By Car: The Don Valley Parkway, The Gardiner Expressway and the QEW.
For more information on Suite pricing and availability at The Merchandise Building, please contact Toronto Real Estate Sales Representatives Matthew Bennett and Brittaney Bennett by clicking HERE.
For more information on the St. Lawrence Market area, please view our “Neighbourhood” video and information page HERE.