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58 St. Patrick Street
Loft #83 




1+1 Bed 

1 Bath




Settle into one of the city’s trendiest neighbourhoods in this perfectly unique one bedroom plus den spanning over 900/sqft. This home offers the ultimate blend of style and comfort.

Finding everything you desire in a condo is a real challenge when the majority in Toronto are tiny and uninspired. If you’ve seen one, you’ve seen them all. Not so with 58 St. Patrick, from either a space or value perspective. This ultra-unique 1+1 loft spans over 900 square feet plus an oversized terrace, priced at $698,000—that's an unheard-of value at $757 per square foot in the core. It's bright and contemporary, nestled in a tranquil corner of the building, providing the ultimate private sanctuary. Inside, you'll appreciate the well-designed floor plan, premium flooring, high ceilings, and oversized windows that flood the unit with natural sunlight. Step out onto the perfect entertainer's patio to enjoy summer cocktails with friends and family. The Pinterest-worthy kitchen is house-sized with a large island and stone countertops. The den is spacious enough for a large home office, while the primary bedroom easily accommodates a king-size bed with room for bedside tables and movement. No issues with storage here - this unit comes with 3 owned lockers! As the saying goes, all you need to do is move in.

Building Amenities: 

Gym, Party Room, Outdoor Pool, Property Management On Site


Built-in Microwave, Oven, Fridge, Built-in Dishwasher, Washer, Dryer, All Electrical Light Fixtures, Window Coverings, 3 Owned Lockers 

Special Feature:

Are you a business owner seeking office or commercial space in the core? This building is unique in offering some units the opportunity to run small businesses from these lofts. Property management would be happy to discuss these options with you.

Maintenace Fees

$1,030.93/month and Includes all utilities (water, heat, *hydro) + *cable and *internet.

*Typically, hydro ($65/month) and cable and internet (a $150 value) are not included in building maintenance fees. This amounts to a $215 value. When subtracted from the monthly fee of $1,030.93, the actual cost for comparison with other buildings is only $815.93 for 922 square feet. That represents excellent value for the city.

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The Neighbourhood


Queen West is one of the trendiest and most vibrant areas in the city. Its dynamic energy is unmatched. and noted by international taste makers and one of the most colorful neighborhoods and home to some of the best restaurants, independent boutiques, music venues, art galleries, and murals. It's also a bustling hub for businesses, with offices, studios, shops, and hotels attracting entrepreneurs, artists, and professionals. Queen Street West is an ideal neighbourhood for anyone looking to experience the heart of Toronto's creative spirit and live in the city's artistic and cultural scene.

Hot Black Coffee

200m, 2 min walk

Longo's Market 

750m, 10 min walk

Grange Park

250m, 2 min walk

Osgoode Station 

300m, 4 min walk




Soluna is a bohemian-themed oasis that evokes the charm of a tropical resort, offering food and cocktails inspired by the coasts of the world. Designed to be a go-to destination for those seeking an escape from the norm in the heart of the city.

The menus weave a tapestry of flavors inspired by Mexico, Bali, Turkey, Greece, Italy, and Spain, taking you on a captivating gastronomic journey through the essence of each destination.

During the warm summer months, indulge in the rooftop oasis for a perfect, carefree escape from the bustling city life. Enjoy a vacation-like atmosphere with a special selection of cocktails and tapas, all accompanied by light  melodic lounging music.


Grange Park

Nestled behind the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) and adjacent to OCAD University, Grange Park is a cherished urban green space offering respite amidst Toronto's downtown. Surrounded by inspiring art institutions, it features one of Canada’s most distinctive playgrounds.

Funded by the AGO, the City of Toronto, and private donors, the playground opened in celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday. 

Paying homage to the neighbouring AGO, the playground incorporates elements of an artist’s studio. The north playground includes climbing structures resembling a spilled paint can and crumpled paper, while the south playground features a colorful elevated artist’s palette, a charcoal pencil tower, and a climbable squished paint tube sculpture. 



Queen Street West

Queen West is a vibrant, trendy and known for its eclectic mix of culture, art, and commerce. The dynamic street is home to numerous independent boutiques, vintage shops, and some of the city's best restaurants and cafes. It's a cultural hub, featuring many art galleries, live music venues, and iconic street art, fostering a creative community of artists, musicians, and designers. Queen West also offers a lively nightlife scene with diverse bars and clubs, and it frequently hosts events and festivals. Its central location, makes it a popular and accessible destination for both locals and visitors seeking to experience the heart of Toronto's creative spirit.

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