2480 dundas street west

You can get a Toronto loft for $635k but the catch is you have to buy 14 of them

Navigating Toronto's housing market for an affordable apartment can be a headache amid rising inflation and consistently high prices in the downtown core. 

Several loft studios at 2480 Dundas Street West have entered the market at an average price of $635,000 each, but the catch is, you'll have to buy all 14 of them included in the listing. 

2480 dundas street west The stretch of loft studios is currently on the market for a whopping $8,885,000, but comes with 14 individual studios that have been renovated throughout. 

2480 dundas street west The location is in close proximity to Bloor Street West and Dundas Street West, and several shopping centres such as Shoppers Drug Mart, Fresh Co., LCBO, and Loblaws. 

2480 dundas street west The property is also located about a five-minute walk from Dundas West Station, and a three-minute walk from Bloor GO Station.

2480 dundas street west Each loft studio has its own quirky detailings and makes great use out of its given space. 

2480 dundas street west Lots of the units feature industrial-style exposed brick walls as well as exposed plumbing. 

2480 dundas street west The units could also be a fixer-upper's dream, with endless possibilities to renovate the space to reflect your preferences. 

2480 dundas street west Some of the units feature colourful exposed plumbing, which adds an eclectic feel to the space. 

2480 dundas street west Many of the units also feature bright and airy windows that draw in plenty of natural light. 

2480 dundas street west The 11,937-square-foot site is currently on the market for $8,885,000.

You can check out the full listing here

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