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

Medland Lofts - 235 Medland Street Medland Lofts – 235 Medland Street
Medland Lofts is a conversion of a 1920s Art Deco style building into ten creative urban living spaces. Nine of the lofts are two story spaces that face south and west. These lofts all open onto private, oversize roof terraces – perfect for outdoor entertaining and summer barbeques. One main floor loft offers street level access and a private entrance, and is perfect for someone seeking a live/work space. The Medland Lofts are located in the central Toronto neighborhood of The Junction, what has been named one of the top ten places to live by a number of different media. Home to artists, galleries, small businesses and restaurants, the neighborhood enjoys a strong sense of urban community.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Merchandise Building Lofts – 135 & 155 Dalhousie StreetMerchandise Lofts - 155 Dalhousie Street
The Merchandise Lofts are located near Dundas and Church Streets. The Merchandise Building is Toronto’s largest loft conversion with over 500 suites ranging from 450 to 2,500 sq ft. The lofts features 12-foot ceilings, exposed concrete ceilings, polished concrete or hardwood floors, and massive mushroom columns. Glass-partitioned bathrooms, elevated bedrooms, granite, open-concept kitchens and huge solid maple sliding doors are some of the key features. The Merch has some of the best facilities of any loft building, including 24-hour concierge, outdoor pool, party room, basketball court, fitness facilities, guest suites and the best rooftop in Toronto! The Sears Merchandise Building showcased the demand for loft living in Toronto.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Millington Lofts - 5-7 Millington Street Millington Lofts – 5 & 7 Millington Street
One of only three freehold loft conversions in Toronto, these stunning lofts are stunning examples of exciting world class design. Spectacular soaring atriums above circular metal stairs, unbelievable glassed-in ground floor courtyards, 1,000 square-foot roof gardens, you can’t ask for much more. Featured on the Cabbagetown Tour Of Homes, these incredible New York-style lofts were built in 1915 and once the stables to the Metcalfe Mansion (circa 1885).
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Modern Beach Lofts - 952 Kingston Road Modern Beach Lofts – 952 Kingston Road
952 Kingston is a unique 24 unit building which marks the first loft conversion project in this area of the city. This property is steep with history beginning life as a movie theatre in the early 1940’s. When you look at the upper level of the building you can see the Art Deco influences in stone details and linear motifs. The residential entrance of the building recalls the sense of the original theatre grand entrance. Upper levels house distinctive curves, glass facades and terraces. The conversion of the 1940 movie theatre into the Modern Beach Lofts will be a landmark in the upscale north beach neighbourhood. Stainless steel appliances, 10-foot ceilings and polished concrete floors are some of the many features that 952 Kingston has to offer.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Movie House Lofts - 394 Euclid Avenue Movie House Lofts – 394 Euclid Avenue
Once an actual movie house, the original facade of this complex was saved in the renovation. Just 18 units exist in the building and there are no parking facilities. The Movie House Lofts are multi-storey lofts, with the top level units having roof terraces. The living room/dining areas usually have 16 foot ceilings with a mezzanine overlooking the area below. Loft sizes range from a 730 square foot one bedroom on one level, to a 1300 square foot two bedroom on three levels. Before movies, it was the Western District Orange Hall, built in 1913.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Network Lofts - 2 Fieldway Road Network Lofts – 2 Fieldway Road
The Network Lofts started life in 1971 as a Bell Canada office and was reborn as a loft conversion. It was built originally for hundreds of employees and visitors, and included many elevators, a parking garage, as well as industrial heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems. While the character of the structure was maintained – from its original thick, industrial floors to columns with a radius of nearly 30 inches – it was modernized inside and out. The Network Lofts range in size from one bedroom to two bedrooms and a den. Ceilings are 10-½ feet in standard units and up to 17 feet in two-storey suites on the 8th floor where the building’s mechanical room was originally located.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Noble Court Lofts - 24 Noble Street Noble Court Lofts – 24 Noble Street
The lofts on Noble Street tend to be some of the most affordable hard lofts in all of Toronto. The Noble Court Lofts are located just off Queen Street West near Dufferin. The building was converted from industrial offices to loft spaces in 1989. The lofts feature 10-1/2 foot ceilings, exposed brick walls, hardwood floors, timber columns and beams, and large windows. 24 Noble Street offers authentic lofts at reasonable prices, with more charm and character than most of the rest. There are no amenities at The Noble Lofts, which are reflected in the relatively low monthly maintenance fees. Parking is available on a first come first serve basis in a shared parking lot.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Nursing Lofts - 33 Price Street Nursing Lofts – 33 Price Street
Located near Yonge and Summerhill the Nursing Lofts were converted from the Ontario Nursing Association Residences. Converted around 1996, there are 20 lovely open concept lofts ranging from 470 to 1,458 square feet in configurations from studio to two bedrooms + den. As one would expect from the location, these authentic lofts feature above average finishes such as limestone floors, french double door openings to Juliette balconies and the beautiful Georgian facade. The Nursing Lofts are adjacent to the Toronto Lawn and Tennis Club, just a block from Yonge Street.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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One Columbus Lofts - 1 Columbus Avenue One Columbus Lofts – 1 Columbus Avenue
Experience a true factory ambiance in this intimate live/work ten unit, five-storey, former Rawlings Baseball Glove Factory. Completed in 1996 by Jackson Goad Architects, these hard lofts feature 10-foot ceilings, exposed brick walls, polished concrete floors, rustic wood ceilings, industrial steel beams as well as wood beams. Some lofts have direct elevator access and also have private rooftop patios. A mere ten loft units ranging from 1,300 square feet to more than 2,400 square feet are housed in this unique building. Located off Sorauren Avenue, south of Dundas Street West, One Columbus Avenue is truly an authentic loft.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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Oxford Lofts - 75 Markham Street Oxford Lofts – 75 Markham Street
Located at 75 Markham Street in Toronto, and originally housing the Oxford Picture Frame Factory (which had recently relocated from Oxford Street) this 1930s industrial gem was converted in 1986 into 16 multi-level loft residences, retaining many of the original heavy timber and brick details from its previous use. Typical loft attributes include exposed brick, hardwood floors, fireplaces, timber columns, and steel joists. Ceiling heights range between 10-20 feet. Underground parking available. Lofts range from 1,000 to 1,900 square feet with one, two or three bedrooms.
Email or phone 416-388-1960 today if this building interests you.
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