Having represented numerous clients throughout the years in the neighbouring Robert Watson Lofts, there is no development currently in downtown as highly anticipated for me as 383 Sorauren Avenue.

Being one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Toronto, Roncesvalles welcomes such an innovative and iconic project. Having been one of few realtors selected for an exclusive sales event before the general realtor launch, I encourage you to contact me for further information as well as a private consultation to ensure early access and review the projects general parameters. I look forward to hearing from you soon!


Named for its location at 383 Sorauren Avenue in Toronto, 383 Sorauren is a condominium building in the Roncesvalles neighbourhood, one of the city’s most diverse and established areas. Currently under construction, the complex is slated to begin occupancy in the fall of 2016, and will house 160 units with a mix of 2-storey townhomes on the first floor.

Building occupants will enjoy such amenities as a concierge, a workout facility, an outdoor lounge complete with kitchen and barbeque hookups, a fully-furnished guest suite, and an underground parking.

Designed by renowned Architects Alliance, building units will range from 470 to 1,500 square feet in size, and boast such features as 9-foot exposed concrete ceilings – 10-foot in the penthouse, individually controlled heating and air conditioning, porcelain floor tiles, frameless glass shower doors, and kitchen islands complete with integrated dining table.

The building’s allure is further enhanced by its location. Framed by Queen Street West to the south, High Park to the west, Bloor Street West to the north, and Lansdowne Avenue to the east, Roncesvalles, also referred to as Roncesvalles Village, is a thriving district known for its strong Polish community along with an extensive array of Polish businesses and institutions.

Residents will be within walking distance to a myriad of markets, shopping venues, deli shops, cafes, and restaurants as well as a burgeoning nightlife. The area is also home to the annual Polish Festival which takes place in the fall. The neighbourhood knows no shortage of green spaces such as Sorauren Park located at the intersection of Wabash and Sorauren avenues, and High Park – the city’s largest public park.

383 Sorauren joins an entire lineup of condo structures in the district including the Robert Watson Lofts at 363and 369 Sorauren Avenue, the 347 Sorauren, and the Roncesvalles Lofts at 25 Ritchie Avenue to name just three.

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