Loft profiles

833 King Street West Toronto

West 833 Lofts

Welcome to the West 833 Lofts! This Art Deco perfumery circa 1930s that was converted by Triloft in 1998. The building now consists of a soft loft seven storey section on the east side and original three storey hard loft on the west. The perfumery is recognized by the Toronto Historical Board.

The 52 lofts feature open concept layouts, exposed concrete, 9 to 18 foot ceilings and big industrial style windows.

The vibrate and trendy King West is at your doorstep!  Some of the city’s best restaurants, bars, clubs and shops are right there on King Street. Or, why not explore the eclectic Queen West area up the street? 

Building features, intercom security access, indoor parking, storage units, bicycle storage and roof terrace overlooking Stanley Park.

Loft range in size from approx 700 square feet to over 1,600 square feet.

781 King Street West Toronto

The Gotham Lofts

This gorgeous building circa 1917 was a former harness factory. Converted in 1996 by Canadian Equity and Development the 47 lofts feature some amazing double and single level layouts.  

The Gotham is truly an exclusive address in the trendy King West neighbourhood. This beautifully 6 floor hard loft conversion features 9.5 foot - 12 foot exposed wood ceilings, authentic wooden posts and beams, metal joists, exposed yellow brick walls, large windows and hardwood floors.

The lobby has an elegant New York or Chicago building décor.

Facilities include an exercise room and meeting rooms. Parking is underground.

Lofts range from approx 625 square feet to 1360 square feet.

954 King Street West Toronto

The Electra Lofts

Seven storeys of glass, metal and concert brought together to create modern loft living.

These spacious and bright lofts feature double level layouts with soaring 17 foot concert ceilings, exposed concert walls, open concept design with mezzanine bedrooms overlooking the living rooms below, double height windows and balconies.

The Electra Lofts are situated in the quieter pocket of the vibrate King West neighbourhood. However, some of the city’s best restaurants, bars, clubs and shops are just a short walk away. Or, you can explore the eclectic Queen West neighbourhood up the street. 

Unique modern style with a King West twist! Perfect for all urbanites.  

Facilities include a full renovated gym, media room and recreation room.

1 Shaw Street & 1005 King Street West

DNA Condos & Lofts

Downtowns Next Address” A new level of modern central living that’s inspired by the turn of the century King West buildings. The limestone detailing brings to light an era when great brick buildings dominated the streetscape. These finishes are brought together with glass and steel to add a contemporary twist.

This Canderel Stoneridge Group development was completed in 2006 and boasts two ultra modern buildings; 1 Shaw Street is Phase 1 and 1005 King Street West is Phase 2.

The zen suites are fitted with high end finishes such as granite counters, gas stoves, stainless steel appliances, sliding barn doors, deep soaker tubs, moveable kitchen islands, floor to ceilings windows and exposed concert.  

The two buildings also feature some double level layouts as well as huge private terraces on the east side with spectacular city views.

Some of the amenities at DNA Condos and Lofts include; fully equipped fitness centre,
yoga/aerobatic room, multi-purpose room with kitchen and meeting room.

DNA lofts and condos range in size from approx 400 square feet to over 1700 square feet. 

993 Queen Street West Toronto

The Candy Factory Lofts

This is the epitome of a true loft conversion in the trendy Queen West neighbourhood. Completed in 1999 by the Metro Ontario Group this former fabric mill & candy factory has dominated the street-scape since 1907.

With Trinity Park across the street and every possible amenity you can desire at your door step, no wonder this is such a popular loft conversion. 

The 6 storey building occupies and entire city block and houses about 121 suites.

Units feature authentic warehouse character like 12-14 foot exposed wood ceilings, authentic brick walls, floating spiral ductwork, post and beam construction and huge arched windows that provide lots of natural light.

Luxury finishes like hardwood floors, gas fireplaces, granite counters and high quality appliances are common in the units.   

This conversion also features superb 2 story penthouses with spiral staircases and private outdoor terraces.

Suites range in size from approx 800 square feet to almost 4000 square feet.

Amenities include a 24 hour concierge, guest suite, party room and fitness room.

766 King Street West Toronto

The Tecumseth Lofts

Little boutique loft in the heart of it all! This former commercial building was conversion into 28 great lofts by Walter Harhay. The designed was created by architect Len Sedun. 

Completed in 1999 these hard loft feature some amazing layouts with vaulted 28 foot ceilings. Units flaunt the original exposed concert, exposed metal duct work, hardwood floors, skylights, granite counters, gas fireplaces and Jacuzzi tubs. The average exposed ceiling height is approx 11 feet. May lofts have outdoor space with gas BBQ hookup.

This loft offers you central living in the vibrant King West with restaurants and entertainment including, Lee, Susur, Thuet Bakery, the Brant House and the Devil’s Martini all next door. Suite sizes range from approx 710 square feet to 1600 square feet.

1029 King Street West Toronto

The Electra Lofts

The Electra Lofts in the trendy King West. This complex consists of an 11 storey double level loft fronting King Street and townhouses on the south side. 

The yellow exterior and bright interior give this building a funky urban feel.

Double level open concept layout allows for huge 16 foot ceilings which make the loft bright and spacious.

These soft lofts feature functional finishes, exposed concrete and balconies. Some of the penthouse lofts feature massive private terraces.  

The Queen West and King West neighbourhoods are yours to explore. Some of the area amenities include Starbucks, Massey-Ferguson Park, florist, dry cleaner, bank, medical, convenience store and pharmacy. You also have easy access to Toronto's business district with TTC at your door.

Building amenities include; exercise gym with sauna and separate cardio room, board room, party lounge, card room, guest parking and all units have personal security systems.

955 Queen Street West Toronto

The Chocolate Factory Lofts

Welcome to the Chocolate Factory Lofts! Incredible feat of engineering and design.

Linking two early 20th-century buildings was no easy task but the result is worth it.

The six storey project houses 146 lofts and offers a mix of authentic wood beam / brick lofts and brand new industrial lofts.

The historical sections of the building boast exposed wood ceilings, brick walls, wooden posts, steel beams, huge windows and high end finishes in the kitchen and washroom.

New construction offers barn style doors, concrete ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, exposed concrete walls and ceilings, Juliet balconies and top notch finishes throughout.

The vibrant and eclectic Queen West neighbourhood offers everything that urbanites desire. Parks, shops, restaurants, bars and lounges are at your doorstep.

Looking for a one of a kind loft? This loft is perfect for you!