Bartlett Loft Towns
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6 Bartlett Ave
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    Walk Score
    96
    Transit Score
    90
    Bike Score
    54
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    CONDO Demand
    N/A
    Unit Availability
    low
    Property Type
    Hard Loft
    Developer
    Allan D. Gordon Associates
    Condo Completion
    1984
    Property Management
    Affordable Property Management Inc.
    Unit Size Range
    1400 - 1500 SQFT
    Number of Units
    13
    Number of Storeys
    3

    6 Bartlett Ave, Toronto

    About this loft

    Loft Overview

    The Bartlett Loft Towns were one of the first authentic loft conversions in the city, however today they read as anything but amateur. Rather, the lofts at 6 Bartlett Avenue defined originality and innovation before Toronto even knew the protocol for a successful hard loft conversion.

    Thanks to developer Allan D. Gordon Associates and their innovative foresight, the Bartlett Loft Towns serve as inspiration for redevelopments of defunct spaces with so much hidden potential. The developer’s triumph with the Bartlett Loft Towns was even recognized by the province, as it was honoured with an Ontario Renew Award in 1985. The project left a lasting impression on Toronto’s real estate market, as today loft conversions are the most desired style of condo in the city.

    Prior to its conversion into thirteen highly sought after Toronto lofts, the building was utilized for a number of industrial purposes, including twine production, automotive repair, and fishing tackle manufacturing.

    The building dates back to at least 1947, as an aerial map of Toronto taken in that year, courtesy of the Toronto Archives, includes the 6 Bartlett Avenue structure. However, some difficulty lies in finding the exact date the building was erected, as no aerial photographs of Bartlett Avenue exist in the archives prior to 1947. A cursory glance at the building’s exterior architectural style suggests that it was built sometime in the mid-20th century, when minimalism and concrete were in fashion.

    After browsing through Goad’s Atlas of Toronto (via the blog ‘recursion’), however, we discovered a map that provides a good estimate of the year Bartlett Lofts were built. 6 Bartlett and 8 Bartlett seem to suddenly appear on the map after 1910, and before 1903. The 1910 map even offers information about the original material of the building.

    Incredibly enough, 6 Bartlett was constructed of wood over a century ago.

    The Suites

    Once inside, it's difficult not to notice the stunning exposed brick in the 6 Bartlett Avenue lofts. While given a slight facelift during its 1985 redevelopment, the attractive early 20th century industrial design is still intact at the Bartlett Loft Towns.

    Quality hardwood floors contrast with exposed ductwork for that distinctive loft feel. Private rooftop patios and wood burning fireplaces offer additional luxury to the charm already in place in the units.

    Most of the Toronto condos for sale here span three floors, and around 1,400 square feet, providing enough space for those looking to raise a family without compromising location or style. And for drivers, nothing beats a parking space in a sheltered garage.

    The Neighbourhood

    Dovercourt & Wallace Emerson-Junction is a name that has yet to become household, which makes it all the more magical. The neighbourhood is enjoying that grace period just before utter gentrification, when its time in the limelight will equate to soaring prices.

    Dovercourt Park and the Wallace-Emerson subsection are primarily residential, with local businesses sprouting up along major arteries such as Bloor Street West and Dupont Street. From Portuguese egg tarts, to public art studies, live music, and mom and tot yoga, commerce in Dovervourt caters to its neighbours perfectly, without that overwhelming sense of consumerism found in downtown Toronto.

    Transportation

    With Bloor Street lining the southern edge of the neighbourhood, the Bartlett Lofts are conveniently located for both drivers and those who use public transit.

    As a major artery, Bloor provides a quick route for those travelling east or west in the city, as well as connections to north-south streets such as Dufferin and Ossington.

    For those who rely on public transportation, Ossington and Dufferin subway stations are mere minutes away, from which the whole city is readily accessible.

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    Amenities

    BBQ
    Security System

    Maintenance Fees Cover

    Maintenance fees include

    Water

    Owner / renter pays separately

    Hydro
    Heat
    Air Conditioning

    Past Sold & Rented Listings

    Stats, Trends & Rankings

    Price Per Square Foot
    Bartlett Loft Towns vs The Dovercourt | Wallace Emerson-Junction Area

    $138.00
    Less Expensive
    per SQFT compared to the neighbourhood average
    Bartlett Loft Towns's Avg
    price per SQFT
    $731
    / SQFT
    Neighbourhood Avg
    price per SQFT
    $869
    / SQFT

    Building Trends At Bartlett Loft Towns

    Days on Market

    Units at Bartlett Loft Towns spend an average of
    N/A
    Days on Market
    based on recent sales

    List vs Selling Price

    On average, these lofts sell for
    100%
    of the list price.
    Or in other words, the
    entire list price

    Offer Competition

    Lofts in this building have a

    LOW
    chance of receiving
    Multiple Offers

    Turnover of Units

    On average, each unit is owned for
    8.7
    YEARS before being sold again

    Property Value

    0%
    Increase in property value within the past twelve months

    Price Ranking

    N/A
    Highest price per SQFT out of 20 condos in the Dovercourt | Wallace Emerson-Junction area

    Sold Units

    0
    Units were Sold over the past twelve months

    Rented Units

    3
    Units were Rented over the past twelve months

    Best Value

    Bartlett Loft Towns offers the
    ?
    best value out of 20 condos in the Dovercourt | Wallace Emerson-Junction neighbourhood

    Return on Investment

    Bartlett Loft Towns has the
    ?
    highest ROI out of 20 condos in the Dovercourt | Wallace Emerson-Junction neighbourhood

    Rental Yield

    Bartlett Loft Towns yields the
    ?
    highest rent prices out of 20 condos in the Dovercourt | Wallace Emerson-Junction neighbourhood

    High Demand

    Bartlett Loft Towns is the
    ?
    most popular building out of 20 condos in the Dovercourt | Wallace Emerson-Junction neighbourhood

    Sales vs Rental Values For This Loft

    2 Bed1450 - 1499 SQFT
    Average Cost Per Sqft
    N/A
    Sales Price Range
    N/A
    Rental Price Range$4,200 - $4,850
    2 Bed + Den1400 - 1400 SQFT
    Average Cost Per Sqft
    N/A
    Sales Price Range
    N/A
    Rental Price Range$4,400 - $4,400

    How Often Are Units Listed?

    2 Bed1450 - 1499 SQFT
    Average Sales Availability
    N/A
    Average Rental Availability
    Every466Days
    Ratio of Unit Type in Building25%
    2 Bed + Den1400 - 1500 SQFT
    Average Sales Availability
    Every629Days
    Average Rental Availability
    Every819Days
    Ratio of Unit Type in Building63%
    3 Bed1500 - 1500 SQFT
    Average Sales Availability
    Every692Days
    Average Rental Availability
    N/A
    Ratio of Unit Type in Building13%

    Maintenance Fees
    Bartlett Loft Towns vs The Dovercourt | Wallace Emerson-Junction Area

    $0.11
    More Expensive
    per SQFT compared to the neighbourhood average
    Bartlett Loft Towns's Avg
    monthly maintenance
    fee per SQFT
    $0.62
    / SQFT
    Neighbourhood Avg
    monthly maintenance
    fee price per SQFT
    $0.51
    / SQFT

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