150 Sudbury St, Toronto
About this loft
The Little Portugal neighbourhood is one of those areas that will never lose its charm, no matter how many modern mid-rise condos pop up here — there’s simply too much history. Tasteful new constructions like the Westside Gallery Lofts are even embraced by locals, as they offer more buyers the chance to inhabit this charismatic pocket of west Toronto.
The Westside Gallery Lofts at 150 Sudbury Street is part of a dual-building project that also includes the Curve Condos at 170 Sudbury. The building at 150 Sudbury was the first to be constructed in 2012, with the Curve Condos following suit about two years later.
Urbancorp is behind the construction of this sleek glass structure. Sections of red brick frame the base of the building, adding a touch of traditionalism to 150 Sudbury Street. A landscaped courtyard divides the two sister buildings, while simultaneously offering residents some green space to enjoy right outside the front doors.
A semi-private courtyard isn’t the only perk of living here though. Residents also have access to a gym, sauna, and pool, as well as party and meeting rooms. Guest suites are also available for friends of residents who are too infatuated with these Toronto lofts to go back to their own homes.
While the Westside Gallery Lofts doesn’t overpower the neighbourhood, as it reaches to a comfortable 20 storeys, it is 12 floors taller than its next-door neighbour at 170 Sudbury. Even with only 20 levels to fill, Urbancorp managed to create 369 brand new lofts for those looking to settle down in Toronto’s west end.
The lofts are not palatial in size, but with all of the amenities plus the city at their doorsteps, residents seem to make due. With lofts starting at approximately 330 square feet, single young buyers are likely to find what they are looking for here. For those in need of a bit more space, the largest units here reach to just under 1,000 square feet. First time home buyers who are looking to crack the market will be pleased to know that prices here are generally below those of Toronto condos for sale in neighbourhoods such as Queen West and Trinity Bellwoods.
Regardless of size, the walls at 150 Sudbury Street are covered in windows that reach from ceiling to floor. On top of the natural light that pours in through oversized windows, many of the homes are also outfitted with generously sized balconies.
This building wouldn’t be called the Westside Gallery Lofts if they didn’t have some of those quintessential loft features. The homes are 150 Sudbury therefore have 9 foot ceiling heights, exposed concrete, hardwood flooring, and visible ductwork, making for a more interesting look than the standard blank slate condo. Since the building is a modern construction, however, finishes are fresh and glossy, especially in the kitchens and bathrooms.
With their homes in the charming Little Portugal neighbourhood, residents of the Westside Gallery Lofts have plenty to explore in their spare time. Just up the block is West Queen West, a street known for its style in every sense of the word. In fact, Vogue magazine named this strip of Queen one of the world’s coolest neighbourhoods in 2014.
West Queen West isn’t best to discover at any particular time of day. Sunday morning strollers can stop in for brunch at the Drake Hotel or any of the cute cafés they may come across. Nightlife seekers can wander the exact same area and be equally satisfied by the cocktail bars and concert venues here. Foodies will likely want to make a reservation at any of the inventive eateries on Queen or Ossington, where restaurants are known to fill their tables days ahead of time.
Liberty Village is yet another area to explore, to the south of 150 Sudbury Street. Just beyond this area is Lake Ontario, where outdoorsy types can walk or cycle along the Martin Goodman Trail, or take a dip in Sunnyside Pool.
With its location just west of the downtown core and the financial district, residents won’t have as much traffic to deal on their commutes. Drivers can even hop onto the Gardiner Expressway via Jameson Avenue, after which they can zip around the southern edge of the city in a hurry. From 150 Sudbury, even Pearson International Airport is only a 20-minute drive away.
Those without cars are in luck too. The streetcar service along Queen Street West runs 24 hours a day, and carries passengers toward Osgoode subway station on the University-Spadina line. The King streetcar is another great option, as well as buses that run north and south along Dufferin Street and Ossington Avenue.
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