Condo of the Week: 43 Hanna Avenue
Liberty Village was once a heavily industrialized area and as factories moved out, condo developers moved in. It's probably one of the first places people in the city think of when they want to find a loft or dream of the day they can afford one. The Irwin Toy Factory actually occupied 43 Hanna Avenue in what is now known as the Toy Factory Lofts until 2003 and the area has grown steadily in the years since.
This particular two-bedroom unit is on the larger size with just over 1300 square feet of living space, floor to ceiling windows and a total of six Juliet balconies. True to definition, this hard loft also has beautifully restored wood ceilings and exposed brick walls while the bedrooms are both a great size with wall-to-wall closets and the master bedroom has a ensuite.
This could be a great space for a young family. Parks, schools and transit are all within a short distance and dual incomes could potentially make this affordable. This would also be a great space for a young professional who may, or may not, be willing to take on a roommate. Not only is this a great entertaining space, but everything you need is a walk away - groceries, the gym and Williams Landing, just to name a few.
MOVE ON IF:
Living in an area rife with condos and condo development isn't your idea of paradise.
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