James Cooper Mansion is a condo development by Tridel at Sherbourne St, Toronto.
A wealthy industrialist, James Cooper built the house in 1881 and it served for some years as the Keeley Institute for Nervous Diseases until finally passing to Tridel developers who decided to transform the building into a modern condo residence.
This condo has a 95/100 walk score and a 93/100 transit score.
Floor plans are not to scale and is subject to architectural review and revision, including without limitation, the Unit being constructed with a layout that is the reverse of that set out above. All materials, specifications, details and dimensions, if any, are approximate and subject to change without notice in order to comply with building site conditions and municipal, structural, Vendor and/or architectural requirements. Actual floor area may vary in accordance with Bulletin 22 published by the Tarion Warranty Corporation. Bulkheads are not shown on floor plans and may be located in areas of the Unit as required to provide venting and mechanical systems. Balconies, Terraces and Patios if any are exclusive use common elements, shown for display purposes only and location and size are subject to change without notice. Window location, size and type may vary without notice. E.&O.E.
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