Unveiling an exciting new project in a century old yarn factory.
Where you live is personal. A place to slowdown, reflect and recharge. An honest place – where you can be yourself.
Lanehouse offers a private address at an intimate scale, on a cobble stone laneway animated by high design.
Tucked into the Bloordale neighbourhood, Lanehouse on Bartlett is a former yarn factory thoughtfully reimagined by Curated Properties into 13 loft-houses and 3 flats.
Lanehouse on Bartlett’s remained industrial-feel mirrors Bloordale’s history
Nestled in the heart of Toronto’s Bloordale neighbourhood, developer Curated Properties is transforming a former yarn factory into striking loft-style houses.
Once complete, Lanehouse on Bartlett will contain 13 loft-houses and three flats. While the development is preserving its authentic roots, it also boasts forward-thinking features and finishes. Each suite will be dressed in raw materials, like exposed brick, to play up the soaring 18-foot ceilings and skylit cathedral master baths.
A cobblestone laneway leads to the lofts, encouraging residents to explore the surrounding neighbourhood. Not only has Bloordale received a modern facelift in the last decade, but new restaurants and shops are constantly popping up in the area. Take for instance the recently-opened Bar Isabel or trendy Bar Neon that continues to garner buzz. The area is also home to a variety of other unique retail stores and art galleries.
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