Loft profiles


361 Sorauren Avenue & 363 Sorauren Avenue

Robert Watson Lofts

This beautifully restored and converted circa 1903 Robert Watson Candy Factory houses 153 ultra modern lofts. The complex is actually made up of two sections; the authentic conversion that fronts onto Sorauren Avenue and the new six storey soft loft at the back.The converted vintage lofts feature; exposed century-old brick, heavy timber framed structure, open concept layouts, massive industrial style windows, 10 to 16 foot exposed wood ceilings and many other vintage features. The new soft loft addition features high ceilings, open concept layouts, polished concrete floors, concrete columns, and huge windows with spectacular views. Some of the high-end finishes include granite, stainless steel appliances, contemporary cabinetry, granite countertops, washrooms with marble counter tops, full-width mirrors and oversized soaker tubs.The penthouses have huge terraces with spectacular downtown views.Building amenities include outdoor patio, multi-purpose room, meeting lounge, exercise room, bicycle storage and guest parking. Lofts range in size from approx approximately 550 square feet – 1,500 square feet.


1 Columbus Avenue Toronto

The Columbus Lofts

This rarely available luxury boutique houses 10 exceptional lofts.  A former Rawlings baseball glove factory this intimate 5 storey conversion was Completed in 1996 by Jackson Goad Architects. 
These spacious hard lofts feature many vintage characteristics such as exposed brick walls,wood beams and posts, polished concert floors, exposed 10 foot wood ceilings and live/work use. Truly a must see building.    
Some units have private elevator access and rooftop terraces. 
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.  These loft range from approx 1,400 to 2,000+ square feet. 


20 Brockton Avenue Toronto

The Brockton Lofts

Welcome to the Brockton Lofts! A unique warehouse conversion that’s tucked away in a quite lane way.  

This low-rise conversion features 18 spacious and bright two and three storey units with exposed wood ceilings, 12 to 18 foot ceilings, wood columns and beams, exposed brick, original maple floors, skylights and fireplaces to cut down on heating costs. 

Suites have separate ground floor entrances.
Lofts rang in size from approx 350 square feet to 1600 square feet. 


24 Noble Street Toronto

The Noble Court Lofts

An affordable vintage loft steps to trendy Queen West and the up-and-coming Parkdale neighbourhood. If you’re looking for a starter loft this might be perfect for you!  
Formerly an industrial office building, this 5 storey low-rise was converted in 1989 by Greenwin Properties.   

These live/work spaces have beautifully preserved character including 10.5 foot exposed wood ceilings, exposed brick walls, hardwood floors, timber columns and beams and industrial style windows.Some of the areas attractions include Gladstone Hotel, the Drake, and Queen Street art galleries, and all amenities. It's also a short walk to Roncesvalles Village and easy access to the downtown core via streetcar. Parking located behind the building on a first come basis.

Suites range in size from approx 460 square feet to over 1200 square feet. 


384 Sunnyside Avenue Toronto

The Abbey Lofts

One of the most stunning conversions in the city! This circa 1914 Medieval Revival style, neo-Gothic church houses 24 one-of-a-kind lofts.  
The architects have beautifully retaining most of the vintage characteristics of this century old church.

 Some of the vintage features include three solid wood church doors, light-grey solid limestone walls and stone cladding, 90-foot church tower and huge arched stained glass windows that let light into the vaulted structure. 

The lofts feature original stone / brick walls, open-concept layouts, high ceilings in sunken living rooms, galley-style kitchens and island eating areas. The modern luxury finishes in the kitchen and washrooms are perfectly complimented by the vintage church characteristics.  

Steps to Roncesvalles Village and High Park this high-demand community has great shopping, restaurants, nightlife and Toronto’s most beautiful downtown park. Public transportation, a five-minute walk to the Bloor subway line and there are three streetcars nearby, running along College, Dundas, and King.


284 St. Helens Avenue Toronto

The St. Helens Loft | The Bloorline Lofts

This former mattress factory has been beautifully converted by Plazacorp into some of the city’s best live/work lofts.  

The developer went to great length to preserve vintage characteristics that make this building unique. These open concept lofts feature; wooden ceilings, exposed brick walls, exposed ducts and beams, gigantic windows, modern kitchen and washrooms and soaring ceilings up to 15 feet. 

Layouts include single level, double level and three storey lofts. 
Located on a small street, in an up and coming neighbourhood this historic building is just steps to the Bloor subway Lansdowne station. You’re also minutes from Roncesvalles Village and Bloor West Village and High Park.

Lofts range in size from approx 350 square feet to over 1,100 square feet.
A must see loft! 


437 Roncesvalles Avenue Toronto

The High Park Lofts

With its unusual design and impressive environmentally friendly features this building has heads turning. Completed by Stinson Properties in 2007 this building houses 111 unique lofts.

The enormous 130 foot long interior atrium is definitely one of the features that make this building stand out. This design allows suites to be flooded with light on both sides throughout the day. Inside the climate controlled atrium you will find a beautifully landscaped garden. 

Lofts feature bright and open designs, hardwood floors, stainless steel kitchens, soaring ceilings up to 17 feet high, some split-level layouts and some units have gas fireplaces. 
Environmentally friendly building! Geothermal heat is used to provide natural warming and cooling for the building's interior. This would also help reduce the buildings heating and cooling costs in turn keeping the maintenance fees low. 
Ideal Roncesvalles Village location!

You’re steps to great shopping, restaurants, nightlife and Toronto’s most beautiful downtown park. Public transportation, a two-minute walk to the Bloor subway line and there are three streetcars nearby, running along College, Dundas, and King.


2154 Dundas Street West Toronto

Feather Factory Lofts

Welcome to the Feather Factory Lofts! A beautiful century old factory that’s located in the friendly and convenient Roncesvalles Village. 

This building will houses approx 44 lofts which feature massive exposed wooden ceilings,vintage post and beam construction and exposed brick walls. 

Ideal Roncesvalles Village location! You’re steps to great shopping, restaurants, nightlife and Toronto’s most beautiful downtown park. Public transportation, a two-minute walk to the Bloor subway line and there are three streetcars nearby, running along College, Dundas, and King.