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Worx Lofts


436 Wellington St W




corp #
MTCC 1232
building type
CityScape Development Corp.
number of suites
property mgmt co
Goldview Property Management
smallest unit
954 FT2
largest unit
1996 FT2
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What we know about Worx Lofts:

436 Wellington also known as the Worx Lofts is an exclusive 34 unit loft building. This building is sure to suit all yuppies and executives looking to live in a location sprawling with fancy bars and restaurants steps from your door. This particular strip of Wellington street houses some of the most expensive lofts in the city of Toronto (500 and 468 Wellington). The Worx Lofts offers gorgeous brick and beam lofts and will continue to be a high demand building for years to come. Many of the ground floor and penthouse units offer 2-storey layouts. All floors offer 10.5 ft ceilings and many have direct elevator access. These units are hot property and can be snapped up in days when priced correctly.

What's Nearby:

There are quite a few restaurants to choose from around Worx Lofts. Some good places to grab a bite are Mira and SPIN Toronto. Venture a little further for a meal at Rodney's Oyster House, Porchetta & Co or Wilbur Mexicana. If you love coffee, you're not too far from Quantum Coffee located at 460 King Street W. Groceries can be found at Fresh & Wild which is not far. For those days you just want to be indoors, look no further than Victoria Memorial Square, Fort York: Garrison Common and Toronto Railway Museum to keep you occupied for hours. If you're in the mood for some entertainment, Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival, CineCycle and TIFF Bell Lightbox are some of your nearby choices around 436 Wellington St W.

Getting Around:

If you are reliant on transit, don't fear, Worx Lofts has a TTC Streetcar Stop (KING ST WEST AT SPADINA AVE WEST SIDE) not far. It has routes 304 KING running from 04:31 am to 04:49 am, and504 KING running from 05:27 am to 01:27 am. ST ANDREW STATION - NORTHBOUND PLATFORM Subway is also a 1-minute drive. 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.