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Downtown Toronto, on Elm Street near University Ave and Dundas Street. Members can walk to Kensington Market, Chinatown, two universities and many of Toronto’s landmarks. Our neighbours include major teaching hospitals, research centres, and art galleries. Parks, shopping centres, grocery stores, schools, banks, and two subway stations are all within walking distance.
We have an Award Winning rooftop garden. There is a great view of the city and in summer comfortable outdoor furniture to enjoy the outside. There are thirty rooftop plots for aspiring gardeners, each spring members can apply for an individual garden plot. There is also a common herb garden which all members can enjoy.
Hydro and cable is included, members pay for their own internet and telephones.
There is very limited underground car parking available for rent and the wait list is long. You can add your name the wait list when you become a member and move into the building. The best bet is to apply for Permit Street parking through the City of Toronto.
Yes, the building has three designated bike storage areas. A wait list is available.
Yes, there is a small dedicated exercise room with basic equipment.
No clothes washers are allowed in individual units. The building has a main floor laundry room with front loading Coin-o-Matic washers and dryers.
We have a main floor Community Room used for member meetings and community social events that has a well appointed kitchen. The space can be rented for family or work functions.
We have a no dog policy and exotic pets are not permitted Two neutered cats are allowed for each unit.
No smoking is permitted in any of the Co-op Common areas or outside space. A No Smoking Policy for the building is under review.
Do not grow in common areas, smoke in the common areas of the building. Smoking for medicinal purposes permitted in individual units, Second hand smoke should not impact other members from enjoyment of their units.
There are many opportunities to get involved and be a part of the community; all members are encouraged to participate by attending member meetings and social events. A good way to know your neighbours and the co-op is to become a member of one of the committees, Membership, On-Call, Education, Bylaws, Gardening and Social.