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

Hunt Club Residences - 1111 Avenue Road Hunt Club Residences – 1111 Avenue Road
The Toronto Hunt Club, an address of distinction for over 100 years, is now an exclusive enclave of luxury townhomes and one and two-level loft-style condominiums. The handsome renovation provides an elegant streetscape, while protecting many graceful historic features, such as the sweeping staircase in the foyer and the Jacobean style of the original officer’s mess from the days when this was an RCAF training school. Today, the Hunt Club comprises 21 exclusive loft units, ranging from 1,500 to 2,000 square feet, so they are as much as home as anything. Ceilings range from 10 feet to a soaring 17 feet. All have 2 bedrooms, though some have dens, with 2 or 3 washrooms each.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Imperial Lofts - 80-90 Sherbourne Street Imperial Lofts – 80 / 90 Sherbourne Street
The Imperial Lofts are located on the northwest corner of Sherbourne Street and Adelaide Street East. They consist of a 6-storey red brick loft building and a 3-storey yellow brick art deco structure. The 6-storey mill style structure features exposed wood beams and brick walls as well as 10-1/2 foot ceilings. The art deco building has concrete columns and ceilings. Imperial Loft sizes vary from 780 square feet to 1,300 square feet. There is no concierge or facilities so it has decent maintenance fees.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Industrial Revolution Lofts - 676 Richmond Street West Industrial Revolution Lofts – 676 Richmond Street West
Originally a knitting mill, the Industrial Revolution Lofts has a concrete wall separating each unit, making this one of the best loft conversions in the area. The lofts range from 750 square feet to 2,000+ square feet. Each unit has a fireplace, balcony, hardwood floors and high ceilings of 10 to 16 feet. Each loft also has one underground parking space. The Industrial Revolution Lofts are located just west of Bathurst street on Richmond.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Industrial Revolution II Lofts - 670 Richmond Street West Industrial Revolution II Lofts – 670 Richmond Street West
The Industrial Revolution II Lofts are a boutique downtown loft conversion with low condo fees and a desirable funky location. These are some of the reasons the lofts sell fast in Industrial Revolution II. The second phase of Bob Mitchell’s loft conversion of the knitting mill at 676 Richmond, this loft was completed in 1997, carved from a former Decca Records Warehouse. There are only 12 suites in this building and all the lofts are multi-storey and range in size from 700 to 2,000 square feet.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Ironworks Lofts - 99 Chandos Avenue Ironworks Lofts – 99 Chandos Avenue
A fairly recent conversion of a small industrial building, completed around 2009-2010. Boutique loft, only 15 units. Most are single level, well-finished, though lacking much character. Common rooftop area, many lofts have private outdoor space. Close to Earlscourt Park, Dufferin subway, schools, parks, shopping and more. Off the beaten path but still fairly close to downtown. Certainly an interesting – and affordable – option for those looking for hard loft conversions.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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i-Zone Lofts - 326 Carlaw Avenue-1159-1173 Dundas Street East i-Zone Lofts – 326 Carlaw Avenue & 1159/1173 Dundas Street East
Located at Carlaw and Dundas, in Leslieville, this low rise building houses 76 of Toronto’s most industrial funky lofts. i-Zone’s units are all legal live/work spaces, and are especially popular with artists working in the Studio District. Some of the lofts have rooftop terraces, or at least the option to build outdoor space above the loft. The units were originally sold as raw loft space, with many owners choosing to upgrade the kitchens and bathrooms. The i-Zone Lofts offer unique layouts with easy access to the Gardiner & DVP.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Kensington Market Lofts - 160 Baldwin and 21 Nassau Kensington Market Lofts – 160 Baldwin Street & 21 Nassau Street
Located near Spadina and College, the two buildings that make up Kensington lofts were formerly owned by George Brown College. The original terrazzo floors remain throughout the hallways and stairways, accented with modern finishes. Interior finishes include cork, bamboo, or hardwood floors, large open concept gourmet kitchens, and mezzanine levels providing up to 20 foot ceiling height. Amenities include a party room and a meeting room. The lofts, which total over 140 units, range in size from one bedroom to multi-level two bedrooms plus den with spacious terraces. The Kensington Market Lofts are centrally located in the Kensington market, which bustles with some of the city’s best boutiques, specialty shops and international groceries.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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King’s Tower Lofts – 393 King Street WestKings Tower Lofts 393 King Street West
Most people know the pinkish glass of the building near King and Spadina, but few know that it is the King’s Tower Lofts, condos carved from a former office building. Once known as the King’s Tower Business Centre, it was originally built between 1991 and 1993 by Gordon Cheney Architect Inc. It did not last long as an office, likely another victim of the early 90s recession. The resulting units range in size from 500-square-foot bachelors up to two-bedroom lofts that are close to 2,000 square feet. They all benefit from the industrial construction, and if you peel away the drywall, you can find higher concrete ceilings, as well as exposing the ductwork and conduits to give a more lofty vibe.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Knitting Mill Lofts - 426 Queen Street East Knitting Mill Lofts – 426 Queen Street East
The Knitting Mill Lofts is a converted factory located on Queen Street East between River and Parliament Streets. These lofts are true open concept units with exposed brick walls, wood beams, hardwood floors and 11′ ceiling heights. There are only 28 units in the Knitting Mill Lofts, ranging from 600 square foot studios up to 1,200 square foot 2 bedroom lofts. Maintenance fees are low with utilities extra. Parking is outside with a very limited number of spots.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Le Corbu Lofts - 194 Merton Street Le Corbu Lofts – 194 Merton Street
194 Merton is Le Corbu – an intimate art-deco inspired 34 unit complex of converted lofts in Midtown Toronto. Spacious open concept living with 10 foot ceilings. Some of the lofts have fireplace. The Le Corbu Lofts offer an exercise room, lockers, parking. Practical wood laminate flooring warms these centrally located lofts. Up-to-date kitchens feature stainless steel appliances in this intimate loft building. The ceilings are high, as one would expect, and floor plans are generous. The Le Corbu office conversion lofts boast a common rooftop deck with barbecue facilities. Take advantage of the fitness room and other shared facilities and get to know your neighbors. Parking and storage lockers are available.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Lennox Mews Lofts - 228-230-234 St. George Street Lennox Mews Lofts – 228-230-234 St. George Street
The three historic houses at 228, 230 and 234 St. George typify the single family houses that once lined the grand streets of the Annex. The Annex, known as one of the City’s first “suburban” neighbourhoods, retains many of its historic houses, typically now home to professors, writers, and university students. Around 1996, the historic houses were converted to lofts and condo units by Urban Corp. In the conversion project on St. George, the developer links the three historic houses together with a new multi-housing unit to the rear to make one housing complex. The loft & townhouse complex retains the distinct appearance of the three original houses. The building at the south, 228 St. George, was designed in 1901 by Arts and Crafts architect, Eden Smith. At number 230, in the middle of the trio of houses, stands a house designed in 1909 by local architects, Edwards and Saunders. At the north, 234 St. George was constructed in 1903 as the home for Robert Watson, who commissioned one of Toronto’s most influential architects, E.J. Lennox, for the design.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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