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Gothic Lofts

32 Gothic Ave

Gothic Lofts History




About the Loft -


About the Neighbourhood - High Park was formerly part of the Town of West Toronto Junction which was annexed by the City of Toronto in 1909. The High Park property south of Bloor Street was purchased in 1836 by John Howard, Toronto’s first surveyor. He named his estate High Park because of its beautiful view of Lake Ontario. In 1873, Howard deeded his estate to the City of Toronto.


32 Gothic Ave

Loft Type Hard
Status Completed
Built 2007
No. of Units 7
Storeys 3
Building Amenities

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