Toronto Loft Conversions

Toronto Loft Conversions

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323 Queen Street Lofts

323 Queen is a historic little building, right at Queen and Berkeley Streets, at the southern edge of rapidly-redeveloping Regent Park. The building was renovated and converted to lofts in 2004, with commercial space on the main floor. There are 2 units upstairs and one behind the store on the ground floor.

The three lofts form a co-ownership, one of the few lofts with that ownership structure. Thus, you need a 30% down payment and approval of the other units to buy here.

323 Queen Street East Lofts
This Toronto loft conversion dating from the late 1800s is both ideally located and gorgeously crafted. Each unit has its own unique floor plan: the first has two bedrooms and bathrooms spread over 1,150 square feet, the second is a one bedroom at 825 square feet, and the last also has one bedroom with 700 square feet of space to call your own. Each of the lofts has been completely renovated, with features such as cherry wood floors, high ceilings, birch kitchens with stainless steel appliances and ensuite washer/dryers. There is no parking at the building, street parking permits are required.

323 Queen Street East Lofts
This Queen Street address puts you at the hub of one of the most vibrant and exciting areas Toronto has to offer. Queen Street East has maintained its identity as home to several historic sites, including the Metropolitan United Church, Dominion Square, the Queen Richmond Centre and St. Paul’s Basilica – not to mention the Dominion Hotel, one of the oldest remaining hotels in the city and one of the best spots for the hottest jazz in downtown Toronto.

323 Queen Street East Lofts
This area is home to several of the city’s most popular brunch venues, not to mention St. Lawrence Market, arguably Toronto’s best location for fresh Ontario produce, meats, cheese, fish, and bulk food galore for those who prefer the DIY approach to brunch. With a variety of cafes that will suit everyone from the chain-coffee shop devotee to the indie, local, fair-trade espresso aficionado, your community has all the ingredients you could want to create your own home in the city, a home that is both luxurious and exciting, both exclusive and neighbourly.

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Contact Laurin Jeffrey for more information – 416-388-1960

Laurin Jeffrey is a Toronto real estate agent with Blue Elephant Realty.
He did not write these articles, he just reproduces them here for people who
are interested in Toronto real estate. He does not work for any builders.

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323 Queen Street East Lofts
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323 Queen is a historic little building, right at Queen and Berkeley Streets, at the southern edge of rapidly-redeveloping Regent Park. The building was renovated and converted to lofts in 2004.
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