I have a bit of a loft fetish. Fortunately for me, and for those that share my love for cool authentic loft spaces, Toronto has a lot of really impressive loft conversions. Candy Factory, Monarch Building, Abbey Lofts, Church Lofts are just a few of the most unique buildings in Toronto’s rich loft landscape.
Every once in a while, I like to look at Toronto’s best loft offerings on the market right now. If you happen to be in the market for an authentic loft space get in touch so we can discuss your options [email protected]
6 Bartlett Ave #4 for $739,900
Having recently sold #11 in the building, I have a good understanding of how intimate and truly residential this 13 unit building is. Nestled on a quite residential street in the up and coming Bloorcourt area – right off of Bloor St W – this loft conversion offers great value for the square-footage. The conversion took place back in the 80’s but this particular unit has been opened up and modernized. Over 1400sqft with a private roof top terrace and parking. Listed by ROYAL LEPAGE TERREQUITY W & Y HOMES, BROKERAGE.
383 Adelaide St E PH12 for $825,000
383 Adelaide St E, commonly known as the Liberty Lofts, is a converted Gillette Factory which was tuned into 46 residential loft suites back in 2001. PH12 offers a 1300sqft interior on 2-levels with the addition of a 342sqft terrace. Fully upgraded throughout and poured concrete floors make this a lovt-lovers dream. For foodies, the St Lawrence Market is only a few steps away. Listed by ROYAL LEPAGE SIGNATURE REALTY, BROKERAGE.
90 Sumach St #309 for $869,000
90 Sumach is also known as the Brewery Lofts but used to be a CBC prop storage building before being converted to live/work lofts back in 1999 by the Sorbara Group. #309 is a fully loaded loft with soaring 14ft ceilings and an awesome west-facing city view. This lofts are BIG and #309 is approx 1600sqft. Polished concrete floors, a dramatic fireplace and large gourmet kitchen with high-end stainless steel appliances. 90 Sumach is located in the rapidly improving Corktown District. Listed by ROYAL LEPAGE REAL ESTATE SERVICES LTD., BROKERAGE.
371 Wallace Ave #9 for $929,000
The Wallace Station Lofts at 371 Wallace Ave which is in the rapidly developing Junction Triangle neighbourhood. Wallace Station Lofts is a low-rise 4-storey building (with 4 adjacent coach houses) that was a former glue factory converted to 38 residential lofts in 2007. It is an easy one to over look as it sits at the end of Wallace Ave away from some of the more traditional condo-filled areas of the city. #9 is a multi-level and approximately 1800sqft with a huge skylight and a custom metal staircase. There is a gourmet chef’s kitchen, rooftop terrace with gas-line for BBQing. This one should not be missed. Listed by MARKETPOINT REALTY CORP., BROKERAGE.
If you would like more info on any of these please get in touch via email at [email protected]