100 Hayden Street Unit 1402 – 1 Bedroom + Den – 1 Bath – Leased

Building Details

Address: 100 Hayden Street – Unit 1402, Toronto, ON M4Y3C7

Neighbourhood: Bloor & Church

Developer: Philmor Group

Architect: Bernard H. Watt

Interior Designer: Bryon Patton and Associates

Year Built: 2005

# of Units: 165

Parking: Rental Available

Locker: Yes (1 unit)

Square Footage: 598 sq. ft.

Rooms: 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath + Den

Leased: $2,050 per month

Agent: Wins Lai, Living Realty Inc., Brokerage

The Space

Photo of 100 Hayden Street from outside.

100 Hayden Street Exterior

100 Hayden Street comes with 1 bedroom, 1 bath, and a den that can be used as a home office or for your storage needs.

Built in 2005, the condo exterior is made of rich rose-coloured brick, smooth stone, and copious amounts of glass. 

The interior is no less beautiful, with large rooms, plenty of windows, laminate floors, and a walk-out balcony.

Photo of 100 Hayden Street living room and kitchen. And first of all, also, another, furthermore, finally, in addition because, so, due to, while, since, and therefore.

At 598 sq. ft., the condo is perfect for couples and individuals

100 Hayden Street’s kitchen has a marble countertop and comes fully-stocked with the following appliances:

  • Fridge, stove, microwave and dishwasher
  • Washer and dryer
Photo of 100 Hayden Street kitchen, with its so many dark appliances. Same, less, rather, while, yet, opposite, much as, either as a result, hence, consequently, therefore, and in conclusion.

The dark appliances provide a bold contrast against the earthy tones of the cabinetry

It also includes a cozy breakfast area with a view.

Photo of 100 Hayden Street's rather large breakfast area.

Savour your morning coffee as you admire the amazing view

Next we come to the bedroom….

In addition to being spacious, its large window provides a wealth of natural illumination and gorgeous glimpses of the neighbourhood.

100 Hayden Street's master bedroom

100 Hayden Street’s master bedroom is both peaceful and incredibly well-lit

The adjoining washroom is a little slice of paradise. With an overarching white colour-scheme, the frosted shower doors add to the beautiful and serene aesthetic.

There’s also a soaking tub that’s larger and deeper than regular bathtubs, making it perfect for relaxation.

100 Hayden Street washroom. We can see the so called frosted shower doors and rather heavy white colour scheme. And, first of all, also, another, furthermore, finally, in addition because, so on.

Soaking in warm water is known to lower blood pressure and improve circulation. Plus it’s a great way to unwind after work.

Another highlight is the giant closet with sliding glass doors.

And if that’s not enough space to hang your clothes and accessories, the condo also boasts a den.

Photo of closet and mirror doors. First of all, also, another, furthermore, finally, in addition because, so, due to, while, since then.

There’s no need for a full-length mirror thanks to the closet doors

Unlike most dens, this one comes with a built-in desk which can be removed, thus freeing up more space.

So in this picture we see the rather large den and its desk. It seems like, maybe, probably, almost most of all, most noteworthy, and so especially relevant.

The den doubles as a work area and storage room

The walk-out balcony (accessible via the living room) offers sweeping views of Toronto’s north side. It’s also wide enough for a reading bench or chair.

Photo from balcony shows Toronto and so much of the streets below.

Residents are treated to a scenic mix of modern and historic buildings from their balcony


Photo of 100 Hayden Street lobby

The lobby is simply stunning. Plus it’s got 24-hour concierge service.

100 Hayden Street offers the following amenities:

  • An indoor pool, sauna, gym & exercise room
  • A rooftop deck, garden & BBQ area
  • A party room, billiards & meeting room
  • 24-hour concierge service & security guard
  • Parking rental & more

About Bloor & Church

Photo of Church Street, church, and condo.

There’s a reason it’s called Church Street

100 Hayden lies on the corner of Bloor & Church, a great location for many reasons.

First, it’s a cul-de-sac, so homeowners can enjoy peace and quiet while still residing in the busy downtown core.

Second, it’s minutes from Yonge & Bloor, where you’ll find Toronto’s best shopping destinations, including the Atrium, Eaton Centre, Yorkville Village, 10 Dundas Street, Chinatown and countless more.

Photo of 10 Dundas Street. We can see so many stores.

10 Dundas Street is a great place to shop, dine or catch a movie (Image Credit: DXR, Wikipedia)

Third: the area is home to amazing eateries like the 7 West Cafe. A short walk from Hayden Street, the cafe is open 24/7, 365 days a year. And its rooftop patio serves up drinks as well as spectacular views.

Other fine dining options include the upscale menu at Chabrol’s, brunch at Lola’s Kitchen, or drinks at Brothers Food and Wine (ranked Toronto’s best new restaurant).

Photo of pub.

The Bishop and the Belcher pub is a 3-minute walk from home

And last but not least, there’s the incredible entertainment….

While Church Street sounds very serious and traditional, every year it throws a huge Halloween bash. BlogTo describes it as “hands down the best place to celebrate Halloween in Toronto.”

Photo of Halloween street party.

Church Street has the best Halloween parties in Toronto (Image Credit: Wikimedia)

Just how big is it? Imagine 6 entire blocks of partying…where “shops, cafés and bars [are] bumping all night long.”

Photo of 2 people dressed as a bee and Terminator.

“I’ll bee back….” (Image Credit: LoozrBoy, Wikipedia)

Church Street also hosts a monthly LGBTQ stand-up comedy night. So if you love drinking, partying and live entertainment, Church Street is the place to be.

Other Location Highlights:

Photo of Queen's Park, trees, and statue.

Queen’s Park is a great place to read, relax, or walk your dog (Image Credit: MarcusObal, Wikimedia)

  • Amazing social, cultural & artistic scene (eg. Phoenix Theatre, Gardiner Musuem, Bathurst Centre for Culture)
  • Several nearby grocers, including Loblaws, Metro and No Frills
  • Fantastic green-spaces (eg. Queens Park & Rosedale Valley)
  • Access to world-class transportation, including TTC subway, streetcar & bus
  • 100% Bike Score, 95% Transit Score & 99% Walk Score

The WOW Factor

Photo of 100 Hayden Street interior

100 Hayden Street is beautiful inside and out

Gorgeous interiors, spacious storage, awesome amenities, and a location that’s quiet yet connected, secluded yet part of Toronto’s bustling centre.

100 Hayden Street offers residents the best of private and public life.


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