2505 - 44 St. Joseph St

2505 - 44 St. Joseph St
2505 - 44 St. Joseph St
2505 - 44 St. Joseph St
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2505 - 44 St. Joseph St

1 Bed | 1 Bath | 0 Parking
Last Listed Price
$2,500
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Actual Size

53 sqm

Lot Size

sqft

Price /sqft

$4

Street Frontage

NA

Style

Apartment

Property Details

Heating Type:

Forced Air

Parking:

No

Parking Type:

Underground

Property Type:

Condo Apt

Lot Front:

NA

Lot Depth:

NA

Virtual Tour:

About 2505 - 44 St. Joseph St

44 St Joseph St is in the city of Toronto. This property is conveniently located near the intersection of Bay St and Wellesley St W. Nearby areas include Yonge and Bloor, Church St. Corridor, Yorkville, and St. James Town, and the city of Rural is also close by.

Recommended nearby places to eat around 44 St Joseph St, Toronto are Kupfert & Kim, Clay Restaurant and BBQ Express. If you can't start your day without caffeine fear not, your nearby choices include Second Cup Coffee. Groceries can be found at Rabba Fine Foods which is nearby and you'll find Pharmasave Sanomed Pharmacy & Compounding Centre only steps away as well. Interested in the arts? Look no further than The Gardiner Museum, Toronto Police Museum or Sun Life Financial Museum + Arts Pass. Wanting to catch a movie? Cineplex Cinemas Varsity and VIP, Green Space On Church and The ROM Theatre are within walking distance from 44 St Joseph St, Toronto. Love being outside? Look no further than Norman Jewison Park, George Hislop Park or Alexander Street Parkette, which are only steps away from 44 St Joseph St, Toronto.

For those residents of 44 St Joseph St, Toronto without a car, you can get around rather easily. The closest transit stop is a BusStop (BAY ST AT ST JOSEPH ST NORTH SIDE) and is only steps away, but there is also a Subway stop, WELLESLEY STATION - NORTHBOUND PLATFORM, not far connecting you to the TTC. It also has (Bus) route 6 Bay nearby. Residents of 44 St Joseph St also have decent access to Gardiner Expressway, which is within a few minutes drive using on and off ramps on Yonge St.