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

Liberty Lofts - 383 Adelaide Street Liberty Lofts – 383 Adelaide Street
The Liberty Lofts are located just east of Sherbourne street at Adelaide and are a conversion from the old Gillette Razor Factory. The Liberty Lofts are housed in a beautiful old style loft with enormous concrete columns and brick posts, and the original courtyard was maintained by installing a skylight. Now an atrium, the gorgeous courtyard can be seen as one rides up the elevator. Parking is at a premium as there are only spaces for the penthouse lofts. The Liberty Lofts are a great value in downtown Toronto.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Lofts at 90 Sumach - 90 Sumach Street Lofts at 90 Sumach – 90 Sumach Street
A massive six story former CBC prop warehouse located at Queen Street East and Sumach. Most of the Lofts at 90 Sumach feature concrete floors and ceilings with huge concrete mushroom columns with ceiling heights of 14 feet. Parking is located inside on the first and second floors. Facilities include a party room, fitness room, and conference areas. The building features a security system but no guard or concierge. The Brewery Lofts are all huge, generally in the 1,200-1,600 square foot range, with some even larger.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Lofts on Frederick - 180 Frederick Street Lofts on Frederick – 180 Frederick Street
Converted from a former commercial building, these “softish” hard lofts are situated at King East and Frederick (east of Jarvis) in Toronto’s tremendously desirable St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood. A small building, there are only 12 lofts occupying the top 2 floors of this 4-storey building. Even though it was converted in 1998, these lofts are very rarely available. The units feature lofty 11′ concrete ceilings, hardwood floors, open concept kitchens and large windows. Parking is only available on a rental basis, but the maintenance fees are not too high. There is no real outdoor space with these lofts, as only one has a terrace.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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The Loretto Lofts - 385 Brunswick Avenue The Loretto Lofts – 385 Brunswick Avenue
Located in the Annex and originally designed by architect Neil G. Beggs, the Loretto was completed in 1914. The heritage designated structure incorporates numerous Beaux-Arts Design principals popular at the time. The existing building was maintained and restored in keeping with its historic relevance and beauty. The overall complex is centred on an interior landscaped courtyard and amenities pavilion with most lofts and townhomes including private terraces and balconies. Completed in 2007 by Context Developments, this is one of the few lofts in The Annex. Next door to the Schoolhouse Lofts at 391 Brunswick, these are the only loft buildings in the area. There are a few scattered around Dupont and Davenport – but this is one part of Toronto that everyone wants a loft in, but that has very limited supply.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Macdonell Lofts - 243 Macdonell Avenue Macdonell Lofts – 243 Macdonell Avenue
This little old brass foundry, located in between Parkdale and Roncesvalles Village, was converted into six hard lofts. It is one of earliest loft conversions in Toronto and was completed probably around 1986. Originally, all of the units were heated by electric baseboards, but by now many have been renovated and are heated by gas. The sizes of these authentic hard lofts vary, and some of the units have rooftop terraces. They rarely become available so keep your fingers crossed.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Macpherson Church Lofts - 12 Macpherson Street Macpherson Church Lofts – 12 Macpherson Avenue
In the heart of the Toronto’s Summerhill community, this century-old, former Baptist church on Macpherson Avenue is revered by the handful of residents who live there. The developer took a large church that had been gutted by fire, and only made five massive lofts – as opposed to trying to cram in as many one-level units as possible. This building is one of the most unknown, yet coveted, church conversions in Toronto. Features of these lofts include spacious suite sizes, multiple levels of living space and unique floor plans that preserve the brick building’s grand architectural features.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Madison Avenue Lofts - 380 Macpherson Avenue Madison Avenue Lofts – 380 Macpherson Avenue
The conversion of an old Toronto Hydro office and storage building into an upscale, New York-style loft is generating a steady current of interest. The historic structure, built in 1951 at the foot of Casa Loma, houses the Madison Avenue Lofts, with 211 units featuring ceilings 10- to 14-feet high. The hydro facility, located at Madison and Macpherson Avenues, was very costly to rebuild and refurbish, but it was the only way to keep its original columns, tall ceilings, stairwells and banisters. Architect Paul Northgrave added two storeys to the top, and combined industrial architecture with Art Deco designs.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Malthouse Loft Towns - 35-39 Old Brewery Lane Malthouse Loft Towns – 29-39 Old Brewery Lane
The Malthouse Loft Towns is designated as heritage, an Italianate-inspired building designed by Victorian architects Smith & Gemmel. The building’s shell is the old malthouse, last remaining building from the Don Brewery, built in 1876. The exterior features buff brick pilasters, decorative corner corbelling, rounded arches, and oval cast-iron tie-rod plates. It also includes elements such as exposed red and buff brick walls from the original building, and many other one-of-a-kind architectural features from the Victorian industrial era. Each loft/townhome includes versatile home office/study areas, soundproofing for optimal privacy, unique trim finishes, and sliding barn doors in bedrooms (excluding master bedroom).
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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The Mansions at Jarvis - 539 Jarvis Street The Mansions at Jarvis – 539 Jarvis Street
At a time when city dwellers treasure unique living spaces more than ever before, the conversion of one of Jarvis Street’s original mansions is truly significant. In terms of history, architectural merit and its central downtown location, the Mansions at Jarvis is one of the most exciting projects the city has to offer. The mansion was originally built by Henry S. Mara in the 1880s, in the heart of the Jarvis Mansion District. On this street, wealthy landowners built their dream homes, and today’s residents are painstakingly restoring these homes to their former glory. Prior to the conversion, Mansions at Jarvis was known as the Victoria Daycare Centre. Just next door is where Canada’s once-Governor General Vincent Massey and his brother, actor Raymond Massey, were raised.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Masonic Hall Lofts - 2 Gloucester Street Masonic Hall Lofts – 2 Gloucester Street
Masonic Hall Lofts are Toronto’s most central hard Lofts. Just converted in 2007, the developer kept the majority of the lofts as rental properties. Features and finishes differ from unit to unit – some units have original brick walls while others offers 20-foot ceilings with massive skylights. There are approx 20 units, though only one has come up for sale since completion. Right at the corner of Yonge and Gloucester, it is a heritage building that was protected by the city in 1973. Right between Bloor and Wellesley, you can’t get much more downtown than this. Literally steps the subway, all that Yonge and Church Streets have to offer, restaurants, shopping and more.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Massey Harris Lofts - 915 King Street West Massey Harris Lofts – 915 King Street West
The Massey Harris Lofts, constructed in 1883, were converted from the red brick office building that was designed by Edward James Lennox, one of Toronto’s leading architects (who would go on to design Old City Hall). For close to a century, it served the company as it evolved into Massey-Ferguson and eventually Varity Corp. In 1973, the building was listed as a heritage property. Located at 915 King Street West, the Massey Harris Lofts feature 11-foot ceilings and vintage brick walls. The lofts feature baths with all glass showers and radiant floor heating. A true loft conversion that is always highly desired.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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