Both developments sold out soon after hitting the market — and we aren’t surprised. Each unique in its own right, these two developments are the coolest and most innovative we’ve seen in a while.
An adaptive re-use building in Toronto’s west end, Dovercourt 455 was immediately hailed as one of high design. The collection of 12 townhomes will sit on top of a three-floor commercial space that will be repurposed for tenants in the arts and media field. Each suite will also feature a balcony and expansive rooftop patio with panoramic views of the city below.
In the heart of bustling Little Italy, Dovercourt 455 is also moments from some of the city’s liveliest neighbourhoods, including Bloor Street, Dufferin Grove and Trinity Bellwoods.
Lanehouse on Barlett
Another one of Curated’s sold-out townhouse developments, Lanehouse on Bartlett in Toronto’s west end, will become some of Toronto’s first laneway homes.
Originally a century-old yarn factory, Lanehouse will take shape as 13 lofts and three flats in Toronto’s Bloordale neighbourhood. Tucked away on a quiet laneway at 50 Bartlett Avenue in Toronto, Lanehouse offers a private environment that’s still not completely removed from the downtown core.
Stay tuned for construction updates from both Lanehouse on Bartlett and Dovercourt 455.