20 Stewart is an intimate 9-storey building that houses only 59 lofts. Built by Freed Developments, this is a residence with a lot of prestige, elegance and modern edge. It features a boutique hotel-style lobby, 9” exposed concrete ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, pre-finished engineered hardwood floors, drop down sliding doors and exposed metal piping. The open concept kitchens boast movable islands with built-in wine racks and granite countertops.
The building, located just southeast of Bathurst and King, was designed by Core Architects, a renowned firm responsible for many innovative residences in Toronto. In fact, projects such as 66 Portland, Fashion House Lofts and Six50 King are in the neighbourhood.
In recent years, this neighbourhood has become one of the trendiest downtown districts. It’s boomed with some of the city’s best restaurants, cafes, boutiques, markets, galleries and theatres. Some of the great local offerings include the Wheat Sheaf Tavern, Toronto’s oldest pub, Le Select Bistro and Jacobs & Co Steakhouse.
From 20 Stewart Street, you can easily walk to the Entertainment District, the Financial District, Dundas Square and Harbourfront. With major event venues like the Rogers Centre so close by, residents at 20 Stewart won’t have to deal with traffic or parking when they’re attending games or concerts. The area is also a prime spot for catching public transportation with Spadina, King, Queen and Bathurst streetcars going by 24 hours a day.
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