Coming soon to the Dovercourt and College area is a new townhouse development by developer Curated Properties and architect firm RAW Design. The site currently a low-rise office building, will transform into a two-storey townhouse complex named Dovercourt 455, and will sit on top of the existing structure. Curated Properties is known for repurposing buildings without tearing them down to create new spaces. Their Lanehouse project on Bartlett Avenue will convert an old yarn factory into a modern townhouse complex, the first residential laneway development in the city. They also transformed a former auto garage into a modern development on Richmond Street. The latest townhouse project at 455 Dovercourt Rd. has 12 residences, ranging in size from 1,050 to 1,500 square feet with balconies and rooftop terraces, prices starting at $649,000. The project is still in the preconstruction phase but when completed the units will have a great view of the city. Love it or hate it? Take a look at the renderings and decide.
· Lanehouse on Bartlett: an Interview with Adam Ochshorn [Curbed Toronto]
· Transforming an Old Yarn Factory into a Cool Laneway Project [Curbed Toronto]