WELCOME TO LOFT 312 AT 1410 DUPONT STREET
This 626 square foot loft is situated within the original part of a century-old brick warehouse once owned by General Electric.
The modern kitchen features granite counters, a breakfast bar and stainless steel appliances. Overlooking the open concept living and dining rooms, it’s perfect for entertaining!
The living and dining areas are equally impressive with plenty of natural light through the south facing skylights. The space is further enhanced by exposed ductwork, trendy light flooring and enough room for a home office!
The master bedroom is a wonderful space with large south facing windows and a walk-in closet! The washroom is equally as impressive with modern finishes and neutral tones throughout.
Loft 312 is move in ready and even includes parking.
The building has fantastic amenities including an impressive rooftop patio conveniently located right down the hall and there are so many great shops, cafes and restaurants all within walking distance!
Fuse at 1410 Dupont Street is part of the Wallace Emerson neighbourhood’s transition where former industrial buildings and land are being converted to residential and commercial use. Loft 312 was built within the century-old brick warehouse previously owned by General Electric who used the space for television assembly.
The overall vibe of Wallace Emerson is casual, artistic, culturally-rich, and hip. It is a neighbourhood that excels at the art of variety. Tattoo parlours, daycares, wig shops, greasy spoons, upscale pubs, and local specialty shops, coexist in harmony.
Nearby you’ll find the Wallace Emerson Community Centre. This modern facility includes an indoor swimming pool, a gymnasium, a games room, a large children’s playground and an active seniors lounge. Next to the community centre, Wallace Emerson Park features four floodlit tennis courts, and a twin surface artificial ice rink that offers everything from recreational skating to house league ice hockey.
One of the most exciting neighbourhood landmarks is the West Toronto Railpath. Built on an abandoned rail line, the West Toronto Railpath was designed as a safe, car-free, linear park. Its naturalized ecology has become a canvas for art, a lively community gathering space, and a catalyst for major neighbourhood changes and connections.
With so many changes to the neighbourhood, there’s continuously a new gem to discover. Start your journey with 1410 Dupont Street Loft 312. (http://www.torontoneighbourhoods.net)