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Tecumseth Lofts


766 King St W




corp #
MTCC 1325
building type
Harhay Construction Management Ltd
number of suites
property mgmt co
Shelter Canadian Properties
smallest unit
705 FT2
largest unit
1178 FT2
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What we know about Tecumseth Lofts:

This former commercial building was converted into Tecumseth Lofts in 1998 by Walter Harhay who is known for many other Toronto loft projects including Zen Lofts, 169 John, and 66 Portland. The Tecumseth Lofts have very functional layouts. Most lofts have outdoor space, exposed concrete ceilings, hardwood floors and exposed ductwork. Sadly, there are only 28 lofts in this building and the neighbourhood is in high demand.

What's Nearby:

Looking for your next favourite place to eat? There is a lot close to Tecumseth Lofts, like Old York Bar & Grill, Edulis and Morso Me, just to name a few. Grab your morning coffee at Jimmy's Coffee located at 107 Portland Street. Groceries can be found at Kitchen Table which is a short walk. For those days you just want to be indoors, look no further than Victoria Memorial Square and Fort York: Garrison Common to keep you occupied for hours. If you're in the mood for some entertainment, Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival and CineCycle are some of your nearby choices around 766 King St W.

Getting Around:

For those residents of Tecumseth Lofts without a car, you can get around quite easily. The closest transit stop is a Streetcar Stop (KING ST WEST AT TECUMSETH ST) and is only steps away but there is also a TTC Subway stop, ST ANDREW STATION - NORTHBOUND PLATFORM, a 2-minute drive connecting you to Toronto's TTC. It has routes 304 KING running from 05:13 am to 05:31 am, and504 KING running from 05:59 am to 01:54 am. If you need to get on the highway often, Gardiner Expressway and Dan Leckie Way has both on and off ramps and is only a 2-minute drive.