Toronto Loft Conversions

Toronto Loft Conversions

I know classic brick and beam lofts! From warehouses to factories to churches, Laurin will help you find your perfect new loft.

Modern Toronto Lofts

Modern Toronto Lofts

Not just converted lofts, I can help you find the latest cool and modern space. There are tons of new urban spaces across the city.

Unique Toronto Homes

Unique Toronto Homes

More than just lofts, I can also help you find that perfect house. From the latest architectural marvel to a piece of our Victorian past, the best and most creative spaces abound.

Condos in Toronto

Condos in Toronto

I started off selling mainly condos, helping first time buyers get a foothold in the Toronto real estate market. Now working with investors and helping empty nesters find that perfect luxury suite.

Toronto Real Estate

Toronto Real Estate

For all of your Toronto real estate needs, contact Laurin. I am dedicated to helping you find that perfect and unique new home to call your own.

 

Toronto Loft Conversions

Candy Factory Lofts - 993 Queen Street West Candy Factory Lofts – 993 Queen Street West
This is the one that started the Toronto loft craze! The Candy Factory Lofts features lofts converted from a century-old candy factory. The lofts have 12-foot ceilings, exposed brick and timber, tastefully exposed duct work, real hardwood floors, large window panes and top-of-the-line interior finishes. Amenities include a 24-hour concierge, live-in superintendent, a guest suite, party room, fitness room, and oversize hallways. The two-storey penthouses have large terraces. Trinity-Bellwoods Park is at your front door and 24-hour streetcar access is at your front door. The Candy Factory Lofts range in size from 950 square feet to 2,500 square feet and larger.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Carhartt Lofts - 535 Queen Street East Carhartt Lofts – 535 Queen Street East
The Carhartt Lofts – at 535 Queen Street East – are converted from an original Corktown work wear and denim factory. This small boutique building houses only 11 live/work units. Features classic loft characteristics such as post and beam construction details, exposed brick, concrete and wood floors, large windows and 12 feet ceilings. The Carhartt Lofts are large, around 1,500 square feet each. One of the 3 basement units still features original factory details such as ramps and stairs, with the kitchen built on the concrete stand where one of the jean presses used to be.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Carlton Lofts - 185 Carlton Street Carlton Lofts – 185 Carlton Street
The Carlton Lofts were converted from a beautiful old mansion, the William Jamieson House, built sometime around 1865, now designated a historical property. With commercial space in the basement and on the main floor, the top of the home was divided in 1988 into only 4 very special and unique lofts. All with rooftop terraces overlooking the beautiful tree-lined streets of old Cabbagetown, they are a special treat. They are on two levels, some with exposed wooden rafters. With so few lofts in it, this is one of the more exclusive loft residences in Toronto.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Century Lofts - 365 Dundas Street East Century Lofts – 365 Dundas Street East
The Century Lofts are an impressive south Cabbagetown Art Deco factory converted to lofts. The lofts have 11′ ceiling heights, concrete mushroom columns, large industrial windows and original terrazzo floors. Some lofts are ideal for work/live space since they have both street and building access. The lofts range in size from smaller 550 square foot units up to large 2 bedroom lofts at 1,100 square feet. Very Low maintenance fees since no amenities.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Chambers Courtyard Lofts - 30 Morrow Avenue Chambers Courtyard Lofts – 30 Morrow Avenue
A newer hidden gem, a converted light industrial building on one of the coolest Junction-area streets. Attention artists! A two-storey, nine unit century boutique true loft development with an exterior of brick and stone. Situated on a large private landscaped courtyard at the end of Morrow, overlooking the West Toronto Railpath. Large, expensive, private, gated. This is not your typical loft conversion! Completed around 2008, they are never for sale. When they are, expect prices close to $1 million and sizes over 2,000 square feet.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Chocolate Company Lofts - 955 Queen Street West Chocolate Company Lofts – 955 Queen Street West
Next door to the Candy Factory Lofts, the Chocolate Company Lofts are located at 955 Queen Street West. The Chocolate Company Lofts in Toronto offer a mix of original loft architecture and brand new industrial Bauhaus-style lofts, set in the desirable and eclectic Queen West neighbourhood. The old part of the building includes wood slate or corrugated steel barn-style ceilings, wooden posts, steel beams, exposed brick, huge windows and high ceilings. New construction offers barn style doors, concrete ceilings, steel beams and floor to ceiling windows.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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The Church Lofts - 111 Robinson Street - 36 Claremont Street The Church Lofts – 111 Robinson Street / 36 Claremont Street
This former church is located in the Trinity-Bellwoods neighbourhood, east of the park, north of Queen Street West. The appeal of this conversion has got to be the unique structure as well as the great location. The rarest of church conversions, the Church Lofts are both large and quite expensive. The church was converted into only 2 freehold hard lofts in the mid-1990s, both with huge underground parking spaces. Features include soaring 25′ ceiling, enormous windows, original hardwood floors, and private rooftop decks. With 5,0000+ square feet on multiple levels, expect to pay in the millions for one of these lofts – if it ever comes up for sale that is!
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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The Church Lofts - 701 Dovercourt Road The Church Lofts – 701 Dovercourt Road
The Church Lofts is a new loft conversion, completed in early 2010. This authentic hard loft church conversion created only 28 contemporary heritage lofts, each one as unique as the next. Church Loft features include original stained glass windows, original brick, steel trusses, cornice mouldings and vaulted ceilings up to 17 feet. The units are one and two-storey authentic lofts ranging in size from 614 to 1,484 square feet. Modern interiors will comprise of European kitchens with stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors and contemporary fixtures. Balconies, terraces and rooftop decks are offered with some lofts and there are 23 parking spaces available.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Claremont Lofts - 62 Claremont Street Claremont Lofts – 62 Claremont Street
The Claremont Lofts are one of those rare jaw-dropping loft conversions. A former banquet hall (Casa Do Benfica), these lofts were converted in 1999. Right in the heart of the Queen West Village, these 2 and 3-level lofts are like nothing else. Ceilings range up to 24 feet in the 2 and 3 bedroom units, some with libraries. They have private garages with their own entrances and there is even a separate guest suite. The Claremont Lofts are large, around 2,100-2,200 square feet each. They are not your standard hard loft conversion, as there is no brick or concrete or wood. But they have hardwood floors, skylights and rooftop terraces with around 700 square feet of outdoor space. With only 8 units, these come up very rarely and are priced out of many people’s reach.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Claremont Hall Lofts - 34 Claremont Street Claremont Hall Lofts – 34 Claremont Street
Right next door to the uber-exclusive 3-unit Church Lofts (not to be confused with the new The Church Lofts project on Dovercourt) and just down the street from the Claremont Lofts at 62 Claremont, this boutique loft conversion was carved out of church hall. Originally constructed in 1950 as a secular extension to the St. Cyril and Methodius Roman Catholic Episcopal Church, this very solid masonry structure was converted into 13 hard lofts in 1995. The adjoining Church and manse were severed and developed as three additional and very large authentic loft spaces. Yet another amazing loft conversion by Bob Mitchell.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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