One of Calgary’s true loft conversions, meaning it was formerly a warehouse. Built in 1911 to 1913, the rambling blend of two buildings started as Imperial Tobacco and spirits warehouses. They were converted into the mixed-use Imperial Lofts in 1996.
The west wing houses two very large office condominiums, one of them spanning two floors. The east building holds 24 condo suites from one-bedroom or all-open suites as small as 633 square feet, and two-bedroom or all-open suites of up to 1,287 square feet. The homes have 13-foot ceilings and dramatically large industrial-style windows. Some suites have a loft bedroom suspended above the living area.
Parking for all 24 suites is indoors with titled ownership, and there are basement lockers. There’s a great common-use roof-top deck and a party room with billiards and exercise equipment.