Grain Mass Timber Lofts is a New Loft development by Gairloch Developments located at Dundas St W & Dupont St, Toronto.
With its focus on sustainable and healthy living, Grain Mass Timber Lofts offers a unique living experience in Toronto. The use of Cross-Laminated Timber (CLT) is a major step towards sustainable construction and helps reduce the carbon footprint of the building. The central courtyard design of the building, surrounded by greenery, adds to the tranquility of the living space. By choosing to live at Grain Mass Timber Lofts, residents can be a part of the movement towards more sustainable and regenerational change in the city. The building's location in the Junction Triangle offers easy access to a vibrant community with an array of local amenities. Overall, Grain Mass Timber Lofts offers a refined and sophisticated living experience that is conscious of its impact on the environment.The Junction Triangle is a transportation hub, with multiple subway and bus lines running through the area. This makes it easy for residents of Grain Mass Timber Lofts to get around the city and access all the amenities that Toronto has to offer.The Junction Triangle is a diverse and vibrant community, with a mix of families, young professionals, and artists. There are many community events and festivals throughout the year, including the popular Junction Summer Solstice festival. The area surrounding Grain Mass Timber Lofts has a strong cultural diversity, with a mix of different ethnicities and backgrounds represented in the community. This creates a rich and dynamic neighbourhood with a lot of interesting things to explore and experience.The area is home to many local amenities, including cafes, restaurants, bars, shops, and parks. The popular West Toronto Railpath trail runs through the area, providing a great place for residents of Grain Mass Timber Lofts to bike or walk.Gairloch developments is a Toronto-based, results oriented real estate development firm with a focus on acquiring quality sites, and constructing well designed buildings where real people want to live, work, and shop.