Grid Developments is building on its successful run of infill developments with the official launch of the Lofthouse on Saturday, September 16th.

The public launch will be the final release of units at this six-storey, loft-inspired condo project coming to 495 Logan Avenue in the established, family-friendly Riverdale neighbourhood.

Anyone interested in attending the event, which will take place at 14 Dewhurst Boulevard, just north of Danforth and east of Jones Avenue, are encouraged to register at thelofthouse.ca.

Prices at the 58-unit boutique residence — already 70-per-cent sold — begin at $539,900 for one-bedroom-plus-den layouts, while two-bedroom units start from $599,900.

Those visiting the Lofthouse presentation centre will be able to check out a stunning two-bedroom model suite, the work of Andrew Pike Interiors. Since 2012, the company’s founder, Andrew Pike, has served as resident decor expert on CTV’s The Marilyn Denis Show.

Nearly every floorplan includes a recessed balcony, meaning residents can enjoy their private outdoor space, rain or shine. Ideal for those perfect summer days, residents can take advantage of a shared rooftop terrace overlooking Withrow Park, only three minutes away.

While the Lofthouse’s Logan address boasts a near-perfect Walk Score of 94, meaning “daily errands do not require a car,” stacked parking by Klaus is available for extra.

Residents at the Lofthouse will find themselves right in the thick of a thriving community that includes a bustling stretch of Danforth as well as quiet residential streets. Hip Queen East is only a short stroll south, while new restaurants and bars like Maple Leaf Tavern and Chula Taverna are transforming Gerrard East into a culinary hotspot.

The neighbourhood is bounded by the green Don Valley to the west, the Upper Beach to the east, trendy Leslieville and the soon-to-be-revitalized Portlands to the south, and East York to the north.

Grid, a merging of experienced developers Urban Fabric Development and Aykler Developments, is known for its unique infill projects, such as the Sunday School Lofts, which incorporates the facade of a 1925 church.

For more information about the Lofthouse by Grid Developments, register at thelofthouse.ca.

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