189 queen st east

Condo of the Week: 189 Queen St. East

Hey look, a condo for less than $500,000! Line up, workers. One of 11 lofts in the Boiler Factory on Queen East, this condo is steps from the streetcar, steps from Moss Park, and a brief walk away from the Queen subway station. A good thing, too, since parking is not included. Channel your inner Mimi Marquez and check out this condo of the week.

SPECS:

Address: 189 Queen Street East, #5
Price: $469,900
Size: ~900 s.f.
Ceiling: 10 ft
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Parking Spaces: N/A
Locker: N/A
Terrace: 235 s.f.
Exposure: North
Monthly Maintenance: $330.19
Taxes: $2,617
Building Amenities: Enter phone security system

toronto boiler factory condo

NOTABLE FEATURES:

  • Private 235 square foot rooftop terrace
  • Office space
  • Viking professional series gas range and hood
  • Bosch dishwasher
  • Three islands
  • Original wood posts
  • Exposed brick
  • Across from Moss Park
  • Window coverings and light fixtures included
  • Laminate floors
189 queen st east toronto condo

GOOD FOR:

Moss Park chess players, streetcar advocates, and nude sunbathers. Good for people who actually enjoy cooking at home and/or die-hard Rent fans.

189 queen st east toronto condo

MOVE ON IF:

You're afraid of sound issues concerning loft living, uncovered light bulbs, or Moss Park. You think you should get at least two bedrooms for close to half a million dollars, or a parking space, or a locker. Negotiations should include that popcorn machine.

Additional photos:

toronto boiler factory condo189 queen st easttoronto boiler factory condotoronto boiler factory condotoronto boiler factory condotoronto boiler factory condo

More info at torontolofts.ca

If you had the dough, would you buy this home? Let us know where you stand in the comments below.


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in City

Someone in Toronto set up a cafe for dogs on their front lawn

Toronto now has loading platforms in bike lanes and here's how they work

You can now sanitize your phone for free on GO Transit using a UV light

Toronto community pays tribute to activist tortured in Egyptian prison

Ontario wants to fine people $25K for sharing videos of online eviction hearings

Park in one of Toronto's wealthiest areas overrun with signs protesting lockdown

Canada could invoke Federal Emergencies Act to aid Ontario with vaccines and sick pay

Here's how to book the AstraZeneca vaccine in Ontario if you're 40 or over