155 Dalhousie Street Toronto

Rental of the week: 155 Dalhousie Street

This loft is captivating with its polished concrete floors, soaring ceilings and open concept layout.155 dalhousie street torontoLocated in the historic Merchandise building, this apartment boasts 1,000 square feet of living space, which is enough for two bedrooms plus a den and a bathroom.

155 dalhousie street torontoThe kitchen, dining and living room flow from one to another. The layout is a bit weird but the right furniture can make the space.

155 dalhousie street torontoThe living room seems quite narrow, almost hallway-esque, due to where the bedrooms are placed, but there’s lots of natural light thanks to the large windows.

155 dalhousie street torontoThe bedrooms have those cool sliding barn doors for some privacy. And the master bedroom also has lots of closet space, which is always a bonus.
155 dalhousie street toronto

Specs
  • Address: #1022- 155 Dalhousie Street
  • Type: Condo
  • Rent: $3,500/ month
  • Listing agent: Salar Taba
  • Furnished? No
  • Utilities: Yes except hydro
  • Air conditioning? Yes
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Parking: 1
  • Laundry? In-suite
  • Outdoor space? No
  • Pet friendly? No155 dalhousie street toronto
Good For

Pride Month. You’re only a couple of blocks from all the best LGBTQ bars in Toronto and you pretty much have a front row seat to the parade.

155 dalhousie street torontoMove On If

You want private outdoor space. While there’s a rooftop terrace with a pool, gardens and a koi pond, you can’t guarantee that you’ll be alone.155 dalhousie street toronto

Lead photo by

Salar Taba


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