Last month, we introduced Grid Developments' Sunday School Lofts, a new four-storey condominium development planned for Dewhurst Boulevard, just north of Danforth Avenue between Pape and Donlands subway stations. Restoring and retaining the 1925 facade of the Temple Baptist Church, the project will feature a new contextually sensitive design by George Popper Architect with heritage work overseen by ERA Architects. As the project's marketing phase ramps up, we are now learning more about Sunday School Lofts' 32 residences, which offer generous layouts sure to appeal to families.
Set on a tree-lined street in an established community of single and semi-detached homes, the project is geared towards a family lifestyle, with an average suite size of 1,033 ft². Ranging in size from 583 ft² to 1,453 ft², 27 of the 32 units on offer feature two or more bedrooms. Seven out of the eight penthouses will feature two-storey layouts that combine the size of nearby single-family homes with conveniences of condominium living.
With registration now open, early responses indicate that the spacious layouts are generating quite a bit of interest. 74% of the 525 registrants are seeking 2-bedroom or larger units, underlining the market's demand for family-friendly condos within walking distance of rapid transit.
Sunday School Lofts will put residents steps west of Donlands Station, and a few blocks east of Pape Station. From there, residents will be within a few minutes of Downtown Toronto via subway. The neighbourhood also offers an abundance of parks, as well as the dining, shopping, entertainment, and vibrant cultural offerings of The Danforth.
You can view renderings and current info by visiting the project's dataBase file, linked below. Want to get involved in the discussion? Check out the associated Forum threads, or leave a comment using the field provided at the bottom of this page.