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

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Toronto Loft Conversions

Coleman Lofts - 99 Coleman Avenue Coleman Lofts – 99 Coleman Avenue
This small boutique warehouse conversion is hidden away just north of the Danforth. One of the best kept secrets of the Toronto loft market, this is a warehouse that was converted into only 16 hard lofts. It is one of Toronto’s older loft conversions and was likely completed sometime in the early 1990s. These units generally have 2 levels and most come with fireplaces. A rarity in converted lofts, many also have balconies or terraces. This is a very rare building with units coming up maybe once a year, but they are truly stunning and often go for over list price.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Corktown Lofts - 21 River Street Corktown Lofts – 21 River Street
Once a slum for immigrant workers, Corktown is truly coming into its own. With the revitalization of Queen Street East ramping up ever faster, this area is one to keep your eye on. The Corktown Lofts were developed by Plaza Corp (of Chocolate Company Lofts fame) and was completed in 1997 with only eight hard loft units. The Corktown Lofts have rather generous suites with 1,400 square-foot lofts being the norm, which makes them the right choice for a lot of east-end urbanites. The only issue is that the condo fees are quite high, even with no amenities. Prices are not too bad, for the size.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Creed Lofts - 295 Davenport Road Creed Lofts – 295 Davenport Road
Originally the Creed fur storage building, this conversion consists of 19 units that are art deco inspired, and roughly 800-1,200 square feet, with ceilings up to 13 feet. Accents include terraces, atriums, skylights, hardwood floors, gas fireplace, open concept kitchen. Some suites are multi-level and share an inside atrium. Steps from Yorkville this building is a favorite for many upscale professionals. Condo fees are reasonable (utilities extra) and once again due to its small size there are no facilities. The greatest appeal of these converted lofts is the location – at the edge of the Annex, and just steps to Yorkville.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Croft Lofts - 8-16 Croft StreetCroft Lofts – 8-16 Croft Street
The Croft Lofts is a large building that was converted into five freehold lofts. Prior to the renovation, it housed Eastern Rug Cleaning. Before that, the building was a garage. A group of people purchased the warehouse in 1987 with the intention of converting it to live/work lofts. The existing building had 10,000 square feet of open space on two floors, with windows on all four sides. The structural system is a combination of timber and steel beams, and mill-flooring decking throughout. They rarely come up for sale, only 2 have come available since the 1990s.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Dominion Felt Works Lofts - 41 Shanly Street Dominion Felt Works Lofts – 41 Shanly Street
Located in the west end of Toronto, 41 Shanly Street was an existing felt manufacturing industrial building, embedded in a single family residential neighbourhood. Around 1983 it was converted and extended into 10 multi-level loft residences, with indoor parking and features such as private roof terraces and fireplaces included as a standard. Toronto’s original loft conversion, 41 Shanly offers suits ranging in size from 800 to 1,800 square feet, and is located just north of Bloor and Dovercourt. Each loft features a fireplace and private roof top terrace. Other features include exposed brick, 12′-30′ ceilings, atrium windows and skylights, private garage, and low maintenance fees.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Earl Court - 38 Earl Street Earl Court – 38 Earl Street
Earl Court consists of ten new row houses, and three old rehabilitated houses, in a total of four distinct buildings. One row of new houses are set behind the street and accessed by an alleyway. But it is the heritage Victorian homes that really wow. Three and four-level units, with smaller units around 1,250 square feet and the larger ones in the 1,500-2,000 square foot range. Some of the most striking Victorian rowhouses in Toronto. Close to Yonge & Bloor, the Church Street Village, Yorkville, you name it.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Eight Wellesley Lofts - 8 Wellesley Street Eight Wellesley Lofts – 8 Wellesley Street
In the present market, there just aren’t enough authentic lofts to choose from. But there are buildings that offer alternatives – with ceilings that are 9 or 10+ feet high, larger windows, semi-open concept layouts, hardwood floors, etc. Completed in 1997, this converted office building is one of downtown’s hidden gems. With huge suites and high ceilings, you would not believe the price per square foot. Second floor units have massive terraces with 300-400 square feet of outdoor space. One of only a handful of converted office buildings, Eight Wellesley Lofts joins Westside Lofts, the three Soho Lofts and Tribeca Lofts. The roof garden has amazing views of the city and the location could not be better with the TTC literally next door. Easily one of the best priced loft buildings in all of Toronto.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Euclid Lofts - 257 Euclid Avenue Euclid Lofts – 257 Euclid Avenue
Five contemporary lofts converted from what may have been some sort of church in 2003/2004 and ranging in size from 1,516 to 2,617 square feet. The lofts feature hardwood flooring, gas fireplaces, stainless steel countertops and 12.5 feet ceilings. The building was previously used by the Assemblies of the First Born Church, who some accuse of being a cult. Just south of the Movie House Lofts at 394 Euclid, it is one of few loft conversions in the Little Italy or Annex area.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Evening Telegram Lofts - 264 Seaton Street Evening Telegram Lofts – 264 Seaton Street
The Evening Telegram Lofts are in what was once home to the Toronto Evening Telegram, a newspaper that later became the Toronto Telegram. When The Tely folded in 1971, former staffers founded The Toronto Sun. This hard loft is located in south Cabbagetown on a lovely stretch of Seaton street. This boutique converted loft building has 10 units only. Some of the lofts have private roof terraces or ground level patios (rare to get outdoor space with hard lofts). There are large semi-circular windows in some units, but they all have high lofty ceilings. There is no onsite parking, but permits are available for the street. Definitely worth looking at when they come up for sale.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Feather Factory Lofts - 2154 Dundas Street West Feather Factory Lofts – 2154 Dundas Street West
Carved from the early 20th century Toronto Feather and Down Company factory on Dundas Street West, the Feather Factory Lofts is one of the newest additions to the Toronto loft conversion scene. Rising only 5 storeys above the intersection of Dundas and Ritchie, this boutique loft houses only 44 hard lofts. These lofts retain the original charm and workmanship of the wooden posts and beams. Large expanses of mullioned windows highlight the industrial nature of the lofts. Exposed brick seals the hard loft appeal. Ceilings range up to 14 1/2 feet in this converted factory. Topping it all off, stainless steel counter tops in the kitchen highlight the factory feel of the Feather Factory Lofts.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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