One Avondale Lofts
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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    Also Known AsOne Avondale Lofts[1]

    Corp #Toronto Standard Condominium Corporation #1809

    Address1 Avondale Avenue[1][2][3]

    Postal CodeM2N 7J1[1][2][3]

    FrontsAvondale Avenue, Harrison Garden, and Yonge Street

    NeighbourhoodWillowdale East

    CityToronto, Ontario, Canada

    Urban AgglomerationGreater Golden Horseshoe

    ClusterThe Residence of Avondale

    Nearby Buildings34 Avondale, Savvy - Condominiums at Cosmo, Proctor & Gamble, Spectrum - North Structure, Warner Brothers Building, Cosmo - West Structure, Cosmo - East Structure, Pied a Terre, The Residence of Avondale - North Structure, and The Residence of Avondale - South Structure

    Nearby ParksAlbert Standing Park, Avondale Park, Franklin Park, Stuart Greenbelt, and Yorkminister Park

    WardWillowdale (23)



    DesignationCommercial[2], Office[2], and Residential Condominium[2][4][5]


    Floors Above-Ground20[2][3][4]

    Height (Non-Specific)74m (242.78f)[2]

    Residential Suite Count96[2][8]

    AmenitiesBicycle Parking[2], Business Centre[4][8], Concierge[4], Fitness Facilities[4][8], Garden[4][8], Guest Suite[4], Multimedia Room[8], Events Room[4], and Hot Tub[4][8]



    Complete (2006)

    Construction (2004 to 2006)

    One Avondale Lofts - Construction

    Proposed (2003 to 2004)


    1. 2009-07-19:
    2. 2004-06-16: City of Toronto - City Council, "Rezoning Application 04 109961 NNY 23 OZ"
    3. 2004-07-06: City of Toronto - City Council, "TORONTO NORTH COMMUNITY COUNCIL AGENDA MEETING 7"
    4. 2004-11-01: Condo Life, "Avondale attractions", page(s) 60
    5. 2011-01-22: National Post, "For Sale: Upper penthouse for a stylish bachelor"
    6. 2005-12-12: Reed Construction Data, "Avondale lofts rising"
    7. 2005-08-03: Reed Construction Data, "Watch your step"
    8. 2005-08-20: The Toronto Star, "Yonge corridor proves popular", Allison Harness
    9. 2005-10-21: Reed Construction Data, "Pied à Terre"
    10. 2006-03-02: Reed Construction Data, "Pied à Terre Progress"