Also known as the Westmoreland Lofts, West40 is Toronto’s newest loft conversion, in Dovercourt Park. Located at Bloor Street West and Westmoreland Avenue (40 Westmoreland Ave), Dog Day Developers is converting a heritage designated century-old church into hard loft residences. Dog Day Developers is a boutique firm that specializes in the design, re-development and construction of unique, architectural, historical buildings. West40 will have only 17 units, which will be carved into the original structure. Each suite will have its own private access from outdside and the layouts will be 3 or 4 storeys, incorporating some of the church’s original features.
Architects Asen Vitko and W. A. Langton have combined history, grand architecture and urban living into this unique project. West40 has been designed with attention to brick detailing, a stunning bold tower and Tudor-arched openings. The style is distinguished from the late 19th century Gothic Revival by its reduced scale and early medieval English architecture design elements.
Suite interiors, designed by Cherie Stinson, will include soaring cathedral ceilings up to 33 feet, original brick masonry, hammer-head wooden trusses, classic stone columns, historic capitals, and Gothic brick arches and windows. Each suite has a unique layout, and they range in size from 1178 sq ft to 1986 sq ft.
Suite finishes include:
• custom designed Davenport Kitchens (with quartz countertops, large island, and a premium appliance package) • 4 piece bathroom (with a deep soaker tub, a separate glass shower enclosure and an oversized rain shower head) • matching hexagon mosaic natural stone bathroom flooring and wall tiles • 5 inch wide pre-finished engineered hardwood flooring from Floorworks • individually controlled heating and air conitioning • pot lights in the living room, dining room, kitchen, foyer, hallways, stairways, powder room and selected bedrooms • wireless doorbell • wireless door to unit communication • site light with designer bollards and lamp posts
Prices are starting in the $700,000 range to over $1 million, and includes one parking space.
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