5-storey historic building was originally a Wrigley’s warehouse before undergoing a true loft conversion. It was built in 1907 and converted into 79 loft units in 1998. It’s in the heart of the Film District, and ideally-located close to the Beaches, downtown and an easy walk to the Danforth, the Queen Street streetcar, shops and restaurants.
Boiler Factory Lofts offers eleven units that have all been custom-designed by the original purchasers. The Lofts feature private terrace, features exposed brick, and highlights post and beam ceilings up to 14 feet high.
Bloorline Lofts is a converted mattress factory near Bloordale Village and steps away from trendy Roncesvalles Avenue at 284 St. Helen’s Ave. With its exposed brick and ductwork, hardwood floors, large industrial windows, track-lighting, spacious kitchens and open floor plans.
This vintage Toronto loft building located near historic Cabbagetown is the perfect place to relax, entertain and enjoy life in the city. Bleecker Street Lofts has exposed brick, diagonal wood and 10 to 11-foot ceilings are part of its natural charm that ties perfectly with the area in which it is surrounded by. With nearby Allan Gardens, Riverdale Farm and historic Victorian homes.
8 Bartlett Lofts conversion was completed in 2002 by Alice Street Holdings, and is located just east of Dufferin St. and north of Bloor St. The building was originally established in 1907 as a rope manufacturing facility.
Academy Lane, a former Bowling Alley which has been developed into lofts in 2003. This four-storey 12-unit boutique loft building at 1852 Queen St was developed in 2003 and features beautiful exposed beam construction, or gaze out the over-sized windows as you prepare for entertaining in your state-of-the-art kitchen.
Abbey Lofts at 384 Sunnyside Ave is a 24-unit building dating back to 1910, when it was built to be the Howard Park Methodist church. As a church conversion, many lofts feature original stained glass windows or brick walls, while others highlight the building’s exposed wood and steel trusses.
The Ideal Loft building is located on the southwest corner of Bathurst and College Sts. The Bathurst and Carlton streetcars will take you to the University, Yonge and Bloor St. subway stations within minutes. Kensington Market, Little Italy, U of T, Queen West are all within walking distance.
Broadview Lofts offers true loft living with it’s original brick, concrete floors, wood beams and open living spaces. The building contains 154 loft units with 10 1/2 foot ceilings and convenantly located at Eastern and Broadview.