BLOORCOURT VILLAGE

874 Bloor Street West

DEVELOPED

Top Up for Neighbourhood on the Rise

Bloor West is a neighbourhood to watch. Literally! It is the subject of a very cool digital documentary about this community in transition.

Top Up for Neighbourhood on the Rise

Bloor West is a neighbourhood to watch. Literally! It is the subject of a very cool digital documentary about this community in transition.
874 Bloor Street West
874 Bloor Street West | Bloorcourt Village

Type

Mixed-use development, 12,000 square feet.

Description

Re-purposing of former single-storey retail property to a mixed-use retail / purpose-built rental in an up and coming stretch of Bloor Street West.

874 Bloor Street West | Bloorcourt Village

Type

Mixed-use development, 12,000 square feet.

Description

Re-purposing of former single-storey retail property to a mixed-use retail / purpose-built rental in an up and coming stretch of Bloor Street West.

Location

Located on Bloor Street West, steps from the Bloor / Ossington Subway station, this new build infill will provide the community with a national tenant and modern housing options. The area is a colourful patchwork of mature ethnic residents, young professionals and University of Toronto’s student population.

BLOORCOURT VILLAGE - Restaurant
BLOORCOURT VILLAGE - Restaurant

Location

Located on Bloor Street West, steps from the Bloor / Ossington Subway station, this new build infill will provide the community with a national tenant and modern housing options. The area is a colourful patchwork of mature ethnic residents, young professionals and University of Toronto’s student population.

Coffee Girl - Tims

Neighbourhood

Eclectic, eccentric and ethnic – Bloor West has a lot of genuine character. From Portuguese bakeries, Italian men’s clubs, Ethiopian restaurants, South American tapas, retro barbershops and hipster bike stores and vintage clothing.

Coffee Girl - Tims

Neighbourhood

Eclectic, eccentric and ethnic – Bloor West has a lot of genuine character. From Portuguese bakeries, Italian men’s clubs, Ethiopian restaurants, South American tapas, retro barbershops and hipster bike stores and vintage clothing.