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Rental of the week: 165 Bathurst Street

The term "studio apartment" tends to be abused on apartment listing sites. Pretty much any unit without a bedroom gets this description, when in fact a studio should infer ample space to establish a live/work setup.

165 Bathurst Street TorontoThis apartment near Queen and Bathurst doesn't suffer from misidentification: it's a sizeable warehouse space with separate kitchen area that could double as a residence and work studio thanks to its tall ceilings and open layout.

165 Bathurst Street TorontoOf course, it doesn't come cheap. Both the location and the size contribute to a listing price that will surely drive away many people in the market for a studio space. Still, you get the sense that someone will be drawn in by the exposed wood ceilings, modern kitchen and loft sensibility.

165 Bathurst Street TorontoSpecs
  • Address: 165 Bathurst St.
  • Apartment type: Studio
  • Rent: $1,635
  • Utilities: Included
  • Bedrooms: 0
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Parking: No
  • Laundry? In building
  • Outdoor space? No
  • Pet friendly? Yes
165 Bathurst Street TorontoGood For

Someone who has always wanted a loft space but can't afford to buy a condo or rent in a high-end building like the Candy Factory.

Move On If

You need a bedroom. The living area in this apartment can easily accommodate a bed, couch and workspace, but there isn't any privacy here.

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