At the heart of one of the most thriving and sought after neighborhoods in the Uptown Toronto area.
Originally a part of George Brown College, and were converted into these spacious lofts in 1999.
Toronto’s most famous hard loft condo buildings.
Conveniently situated opposite beautiful Trinity Bellwoods park and vibrant Queen West
The Toy Factory Lofts were designed by the famous Quadrangle Architects.
It is located just west of Bathurst Street on 637 Lake Shore Boulevard West, near the waterfront.
These spacious suites are most appealing to hard loft lovers who want a little more edge.
These lofts have led the way for other developers in this heavily sought-out former industrial area.
These hard lofts range between 4,000 and 5,000 sq.ft. and are nothing short of breathtaking.
Fashion District Lofts, completed by Freed in 2009 and located in the heart of Toronto’s fashion district,
A unique loft condo conversion which is located in Lawrence Park, Toronto.
Garment Factory Lofts sits between the Printing Factory Lofts and the Wrigley Lofts at 233 Carlaw Ave.
An 11-storey architectural gem located in the heart of the Fashion District at King and Portland.
The edgy U-shaped twin towers helped define the concept of the modern loft.
located at Dundas and Carlaw on the boundary of several historic neighborhoods, the city’s former textile and factory district.
Madison Lofts will forever be in-demand.
A mid-rise building of 5 stories located in Brockton Village.