Loft profiles

901 Queen Street West Toronto

Trinity Park Lofts

This luxury boutique loft is located across from the Trinity Bellwoods Park, one of the biggest parks downtown. The exterior design matches the character of the authentic Queen West buildings. 
This seven storey loft houses 102 industrial style units with luxury finishes.  
These soft lofts were built by Equity and Development Corp and feature 9 foot ceilings, some double level layouts, hardwood / laminate floors, stainless steel appliances, private balconies or terraces and sisal broadloom carpeting on the upper levels. 
Elite Central living! This loft is perfect for the dog lover as well as those that love to shop! 
Building amenities include an exercise room, common room with kitchen and landscaped courtyard.

301 Markham Street Toronto

Ideal Condos and Lofts

Situated in the heart of Little Italy this modern jewel is one of the very few condominiums in this trendy neighbourhood. Context Developments and the award-winning architectural firm Architexts Alliance built this soft loft in 2001.
Its 68 lofts feature bold urban designs, high-ceilings, exposed concert, wood or laminate floors, huge windows and lofty finishes. 
Floors 2-5 feature single level suite with 9 foot ceilings, floors 6/7 and 8/9 feature two level loft units with 9'6" ceilings and massive terraces with tremendous city views. 
Little Italy offers many authentic coffee bars, restaurants and lounges. No wonder these lofts are so popular! You’re also minutes to Kensington Market, U of T, and the trendy Queen West District. 
Suites range in size from approx 550 square feet to over 1,400 square feet.

21 Nassau Street & 160 Baldwin Street

The Kensington Market Lofts

The Historic Kensington Market is now filled with artists and urbanites wanting to be in the centre of it all! These lofts are surrounded by shops where, ethnic mom and pop restaurants share the street with fruit markets, butchers, best cheese stores, and bakeries. 

These two circa 1920’s low-rise brick buildings were originally part of George Brown College and were converted to lofts in 1999. Conversion was done by Context Developments.

-21 Nassau Street houses 61 lofts in a 4 storey building.  

-160 Baldwin Street houses 79 lofts in a 6-story building. 

These phenomenal lofts feature soaring ceilings, open concept layouts, huge windows, polished bamboo, cork or hardwood floors, terraced penthouses, some double level layouts and industrial finishes. These are also environmentally friendly lofts with unique solar heating /cooling system which reduces heating costs by 25%-30%.This Central Living location is also steps away from Chinatown, Little Italy, The Annex, and Queen St West, U of T and University Hospitals. Amenities include large multi-purpose room, garage monitored by surveillance cameras and a landscaped central courtyard.

394 Euclid Avenue Toronto

The Movie House Lofts

Boutique loft conversion in the Heart of Little Italy. It’s extraordinarily rare to find a hard loft conversion in this trendy neighbourhood and with only 18 units available its truly high demand.   

It was converted in 1998 by John Berman, Matthew Rosenblatt and Jackson Goad Architects. Once an actual movie theatre these lofts feature some spectacular character, finishes, layouts and terraces. The living room/dining areas usually have 16 foot ceilings with a mezzanine overlooking the area below. 
Live steps to trendy cafes, restaurants and lounges in the friendly Little Italy neighbourhood. 

Mainly multi-storey lofts ranging in size from approx 730 square feet to 1300 square feet 3 level layouts. 
Unfortunately there is no parking facilities. However you can always apply for city street permit parking. 

110 Hepbourne Street Toronto

Hepbourne Hall Lofts

Hidden away from the hustle and bustle this small street gothic style conversion was originally an extension to the Dovercourt - St. Paul's Presbyterian Church. 

Converted in 1990 these 21 lofts offer stone turrets and gothic arched leaded windows and marvellously restored frames. Some layouts have a raised floor under the bedroom, or a raised floor under the den, or sunken living rooms, which allows for plenty of ensuite storage under the raised areas. 

Hepbourne Hall features magnificent barrel vaulted foyers, stone and wood floors - exceptional use of materials and some private walk-out terraces.

In the heart of Bloorcourt Village! A wonderful up and coming area with great shops, restaurants, subway and every amenity you can ask for. Also, the trendy Little Italy is down the street.

Lofts range from single storey to three storey layouts, some with skylights, in size from approx 575 square foot to 2,200 square foot. 

183 Dovercourt Road Toronto

The Argyle Lofts

A luxury loft conversion from a 1919 landmark Edwardian style, five storey former bakery.  
The exterior character has been beautifully preserved. Many features like the antique clock at the corner entrance were saved as a reminder of the building's industrial past.
Inside the 86 lofts feature great open spaces, exposed wood ceilings, authentic red brick walls, industrial style windows, moving walls and luxury finishes. Some lofts have private courtyards or gardens.     

The double level penthouses feature private roof terraces with spectacular city views and are set back from the façade so not to detract from the architecture. Ground-floor units facing the street have private front yards. 

This quite location is right in the thick of downtown’s trendy Queen West neighbourhood. The Queen West features some of Toronto’s most popular clubs, bars and lounges. You can also explore the newly revived Ossington Avenue just north of Queen. 
Truly one-of-a-kind central living.

347 Sorauren Avenue Toronto

The Sorauren Lofts

A former ball-bearing factory converted into 48 authentic hard lofts, this building features two additions and a combination of interesting industrial finishes.

This conversion houses some one-of-a-kind lofts with open concept layouts, high ceilings, exposed steel structure components, exposed brick and beams and steel framed mezzanine levels.  The second floor lofts features 12 to 15 foot metal ceilings with open web steel joints, 6 foot windows, floating staircase on the second floor and skylights. The main floor typically has 15 foot ceilings with heavy timber posts and beams. Some main floor lofts also have private patios. Some units have patios facing the park. 

Once an industrial area, this pleasant neighbourhood has seen many industrial buildings converted into lofts. With an impressive selection this area is quickly becoming loft central. Located near lively Roncesvalles Village, amenities are all a short stroll away. The ethnically diverse neighbourhood offers shopping, restaurants, cafes and everything you need. It's also close to High Park, with easy access to the College and Dundas Street cars.