the carlaw rendering

Leslieville, which is hailed as one of Toronto’s hippest neighbourhoods, is about to become even more appealing once the The Carlaw by Streetcar Developments begins occupancy in December of this year.

Since you’ve already seen renderings of the modern 12-storey building, it’s time to walk inside the project and take a peek at one of the floorplans.

The Carlaw’s two-bedroom plus den suite best encapsulates everything the loft-style building has to offer. The 747-square-foot unit has been smartly designed to make the most of the space. When you enter, the foyer offers tons of wall space for residents to get creative and display one-of-a-kind artwork.

The guest bathroom is just around the corner. From there you’ll find an open-concept living and dining room space in the centre of the suite. The big draw? Since the room is out in the open, residents can prepare a gourmet meal in the European-style kitchen while still entertaining guests. There’s plenty of space to unwind too, thanks to an expansive balcony that faces west and overlooks Carlaw Avenue.

the carlaw floorplan

If you’re looking to live large, just wait until you hear about the master bedroom. The large space will feature an ensuite, a walk-in closet and hardwood floors. The second bedroom is just across the hall and includes a spacious closet of its own along with a large balcony. Talk about utilizing space.

The suite caters to a number of different lifestyles, from young couples to growing families. Take the den for instance — it can be transformed into an office space, reading area or even a playroom for children.

Located at the corner of Carlaw and Dundas, the modern residence will neighbour a variety of shops, restaurants and bakeries. It will house 320 lofts and 21 urban townhomes.

Prices for available lofts start at $226,900 and suites range in size from 400 to 1,300 square feet.

For more information call 416 690 8588 or email info@thecarlaw.ca. You can also learn more by visiting the project page here.

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