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Anything and everything Annex

Our Vision

Successful urban centres around the world feature a healthy mix of owned and long-term rental properties.

Rental accommodations are essential in attracting new, talented labour streams that contribute to a city’s dynamic and upward trajectory. In Toronto, quality rental properties are in dramatically short supply.

Annex Flats represents a bold new chapter in Toronto rental housing. The six-unit development is constructed in an underutilized laneway, addressing the city’s rental housing shortage through an infill opportunity that features an innovative reimaging of space. The community also unlocks Toronto’s “missing middle”, which is the shortage of available housing options between single-detached homes and high-rise apartments/condominiums.

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A perfect blend of indoor living and outdoor space, right in the heart of Toronto’s Annex.

Project Specs

  • Neighbourhood icon Neighbourhood Annex Toronto
  • Building Type icon Building Type Apartment
  • Walk Score icon Walk Score 95
  • Transit Score icon Transit Score 93
  • Bike Score icon Bike Score 97
  • Levels icon Levels 2
  • Suites icon Suites 6
  • Beds icon Beds 1, 2, & 3 Bedroom
  • Sq. Ft. Range icon Sq. Ft. Range 1300 - 1600
  • Status icon Status pre-construction
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Design

Exterior

Featuring a modern exterior of metal siding, plus rich medium-brown wood and industrial metal accents, Annex Flats comfortably fits within the Annex community fabric while making a bold architectural statement.

 

Interior

Annex Flats features 6 three-bedroom family-oriented units, which have been meticulously designed for everyday life. Spacious rooms, large windows and open-concept living areas make the Annex Flats stand out.

Annex Flats render
  • Cocktail at local bar
  • Dupont Subway station
  • Brick building
  • The Royal Ontario Museum

Area Amenities

Toronto’s Annex neighbourhood has a rich cultural heritage, with the world-famous University of Toronto’s main campus within its borders. Indicative of the university’s student population, the neighbourhood has an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants and entertainment venues. The area also features Toronto’s world-famous Culture Corridor, including the ROM, Bata Shoe Museum, Gardiner Museum and Hot Docs Cinema. While the Annex has some of the highest property values in Toronto, the nearby neighbourhoods of Yorkville and Casa Loma/Forest Hill are even more stratospheric – shining a golden halo on our Annex address.