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Intimate, chic, and elegant are just a few of the adjectives surrounding the plush lofts at 32 Camden. At least, that’s what you get when Core Architects and Sorbara Group design a modern soft loft apartment in the center of downtown Toronto.
Because of its position on Camden Street, nestled between two buildings in the Queen West neighborhood, the designers of 32 Camden had little option but to create a small community. Even so, for an urban mid-rise soft loft, there are lots of communal places to enjoy. On the ground floor, there is a gym, a lounge with a pool table and an outside patio, and a communal area.
The soft lofts are conveniently positioned in the heart of the Fashion District. As a consequence, individuals who live in the building have the opportunity to be trendy both inside and outside the residence. Prospective purchasers searching for a bit of solitude, on the other hand, will like the building’s location on a quieter side street.
Moving about from 32 Camden is straightforward due to its central location, regardless of how many wheels a homeowner has access to. Those who don’t have any, for example, can take the Spadina streetcar to get as far south as Lake Ontario or as far north as Spadina Station. Alternatively, Queen and King streetcars are suitable for east-west travel, stopping at different Yonge-University-Spadina line stations along the way.
Residents may spend a day wandering through Chinatown or visiting Kensington Market and the Art Gallery of Ontario, thanks to its closeness to Spadina Avenue. Culture enthusiasts will appreciate the proximity to places like as the Scotiabank Theatre, the Tiff Bell Lightbox, the Princess of Wales Theatre, and Roy Thompson Hall.
When you live at 32 Camden, the only problem with eating out is deciding where to go on any given night. There’s plenty for everyone on Queen West, from casual diverse cafes to luxury selections for anything from steak to real Neapolitan pizza on King.
The features become even more remarkable when passing through the warm oak entrance and inside the residences surrounded by a cold concrete and glass façade.
With just 87 apartments in the whole building, the Toronto condos for sale here offer an unusual variety of layouts, sizes, and exposures. The soft lofts are spread out across 12 floors and range in size from 350 to 1,350 square feet — they may be as snug as studios or as big as three-bedroom urban palaces.
The Sorbara Group of Companies have operated office, retail, commercial and industrial properties, built communities in different sizes for over 75 years. They are a respected builder in the industry, and you can find their properties in Brooklin, Toronto, Brampton, Oakville and Oshawa just to name a few. They also deal with many fields including investment, management, construction, planning, development and real estate.
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