155 Dalhousie Street | Merchandise Lofts

Property Tours
February 7, 2020

A virtual property tour in The Merchandise Lofts located at 155 Dalhousie Street, with Christopher Bibby, Toronto’s #1 real estate representative for downtown condominium sales.

Completed in 2003, the Merchandise Building stands as one of Toronto’s most iconic and coveted Loft conversions. Originally constructed for the Robert Simpson company in 1910 and later utilized as a Warehouse for Sears Canada, the property stands as one of Toronto’s largest buildings by floor area at over one-million square feet.

As one of the largest loft conversions in all of North America, this is a rare opportunity to own an architecturally significant piece of real estate to call home. This is the first time the unit is being offered for sale since completion.

At 1,787 square feet, the two-bedroom loft graciously occupies the south-west corner of the building on the 9th floor. This is by far the most sought after portion of the building due to its impressive views and abundance of natural light throughout.

One of the most remarkable features of this unit are the views, we are nestled in a pocket that provides us some of the most breathtaking views of the city’s financial district and downtown core.

With soaring 12 foot ceilings, polished concrete floors and large industrial windows, the buildings heritage and character are prevalent throughout.

The expansive living room will afford its new purchaser the piece of mind of effortless entertaining. The built-in fire place provides a cozy ambience and the perfect place in the unit to retire after a long day and gaze into our cityscape.

The Dining Room provides adequate space as a dinner host or for family gatherings. With a built in bar area and unobstructed west views, your guests will appreciate the invite.

The top of the line, renovated kitchen comes equipped with custom cabinetry, ample storage throughout, top of the line appliances & a convenient breakfast bar.

The Master bedroom trumps the size of an average condominium unit in the city. The room has custom millwork throughout, both south and west views, a spa-like ensuite bath as well as an expansive walk—in closet.

The second bedroom is the perfect space for a guest bedroom or home office and with its jaw-dropping west views, the enclosed space has adequate natural lighting throughout the day

The unit as well has many additional perks, which are uncommon to most conventional buildings, including; an exclusive use four hundred square foot locker room, a private wine cellar and a two car tandem parking space

The area is in striking distance to the St. Lawrence Market, Financial District, Ryerson University and the Eaton Center.

If you are looking for an architecturally significant loft located right in the heart of our central core, then this just might be the property for you. My name is Christopher Bibby of Remax Hallmark Bibby Group Realty and this is my latest listing in The Merchandise Building at `.

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