Nestled in a strip of 19th century warehouse buildings, 383 Sorauren takes on the warehouse style with modern flare, making it a wonderful option among Toronto real estate. In the words of architect Peter Clewes, "our design approach reflects both the strong forms of industrial architecture and the attention to detail and materiality found in the surrounding residential community." That becomes pleasingly clear once inside. The interiors take the rich textures of historical buildings, and pairs the detailing with contemporary, modern aspects. 

Located in Roncesvalles, or "Roncy" as locals affectionately address it, wonderful independent coffee shops are at every corner. Perfect for catching up with friends, or casual meetings in a relaxing environment. For later on in the evening, your choices of restaurants are endless, from Cajun to Asian, Polish to Indian, and much more. Don't feel like dining out? Don't worry, grocery stores are in walking distance. 

Building:  10 storeys with full balconies, french balconies, or terraces on every suite. Developed by Gairloch  and Centrestone Urban Development Inc. with architectural design by renowned Peter Clewes of architectsAlliance The interiors were thoughtfully designed by Johnson Chou from Johnson Chou Inc. 

Amenities:  Underground parking, fully equipped workout area, three season outdoor lounge, guest suite, and more.

Suite Features:  9' foot exposed concrete ceilings (10' in penthouse suites), Corian kitchen countertops, stainless steel backsplashes, brand name appliances in kitchen... Corian sinks with solid core veneer slab bathroom cabinets and drawers in bathrooms, and your choice of porcelain floor tiles... this is just a handful of features!