Toronto Loft Buildings


There are numerous Toronto Lofts available in the city. These unique living spaces offer great options for those looking for something a bit different in Toronto.

Discover the loft buildings in the Toronto area below.  If you are looking for available Toronto Lofts on the market now, click here.

Toy Factory

43 Hanna Avenue

Liberty Village is host to the old Irwin Toy Factory which is now an authentic loft conversion. These lofts are extremely popular in part because of the character...
 

1 Columbus Avenue

One Columbus Avenue was finished in 1996 by Jackson Goad Architects and is located south of Dundas St. W in Parkdale, just off Sorauren Ave.
 

10 Sword Street

South Cabbagetown is the home of 10 Sword Street, just east of Parliament Street and north of Gerrard Street East. In 1997, Peachtree Properties completed...
 

115 Manning Street

In 1986, Hans Monvik developed 115 Manning Avenue. Due to most of the original building being destroyed in a fire, the condominium as it stands today is primarily new.
 

20 Brockton Street

20 Brockton is an interesting residence set in a quiet back alley with separate entrances for each of it's 18 suites. These lofts are conveniently located near...
 

200 Clinton Street

For the college minded set, the lofts at 200 Clinton Street at the Clinton/College intersection in Little Italy are perfect. When one becomes available, it's acquired quickly ...
 

24 Noble Street

At 24 Noble Street, at Brock Street in Parkdale and just off Queen Street West, are some of the most inexpensive lofts available. They are smaller in size ranging from...
 

289 Sumach Street

289 Sumach Street was formerly known as the Ontario Medical College for Women. Located in the southern area of Cabbagetown west of Parliament and just north of...
 

32 Stewart Street

32 Stewart is an amazingly modern loft-styled building developed by Walter Harhay in 2002. This highly desirable property has 9 storeys with 50 suites, exposed concrete...
 

347 Sorauren Avenue

347 Sorauren is another conversion condominium located in a pleasant residential area of North Parkdale. Formerly it was a ball bearing factory but has since been renovated and now has..
 

383 Adelaide Street East

Liberty Lofts is a condominium that was originally two warehouses; a beam and brick post turn of the century structure and a mushroom concrete column building from the...
 

41 Shanly Street

Bob Mitchell is responsible for converting this former machine shop into this 10 loft-style condominium in 1983. Just off Dovercourt and north of Bloor Street West,...
 

6 Bartlett Avenue

6 Bartlett Avenue was one of the first loft style condominiums to grace Toronto. Located east of Dufferin Avenue and north of Bloor Street, this Allan D. Gordon Associates...
 

8-16 Croft Street

Littlewood Hess developed the 5 townhouse-designed lofts just east of College Street and Bathurst. Croft is a former armory and is set on a back alley lane.
 

833 West

833 King Street West

833 King Street West was converted from a 1930's perfume factory and a modern addition and now holds 52 lofts. It's located in the exciting neighborhood of King West...
 

Abbey Lane Lofts

261 King Street East

Designed by architect Len Sedun, and developed by Harhay Developments in 2001, Abbey Lane Lofts is a 6 storey building with 26 lofts. Their sizes range from the one bedroom...
 

Absolute Lofts

77 Lombard Street

Absolute Lofts and the St. Lawrence area are among the home buyers of Toronto's top listed properties. Intracorp developed these lofts on Lombard Street as new construction in 2002.
 

Academy Lane

1852 Queen Street East

Academy Lane Bowling Alley has since been redeveloped to become Academy Lane Lofts and is comprised of 4 storeys with 12 single and multiple level lofts.
 

Brock Lofts

27 Brock Street

Brock Lofts is a warehouse conversion that is a welcoming surprise to all who enter. It was transformed by M&M Developments in 2003 but who have kept the unique feel by...
 

Camden Lofts

29 Camden Street

Architecturally, the Camden Lofts with it's red brick and loads of square pane windows leaves much to be desired from the outside. However, if you like the industrial look, you'll..
 

Candy Factory

993 Queen Street West

Once the Ceda Candy Company Factory (Fizzies and Rockets), this condominium has kept the name and is now known as the Candy Factory Lofts. It covers an entire city block but...
 

Chocolate Factory

955 Queen Street West

In the eclectic style Queen Street neighborhood, the Chocolate Company Loft is a brilliant combination of original and new. The older portion of the building includes wooden posts...
 

Claremont Hall

34 Claremont Street

Claremont Hall was once an extension of the St. Cyril and Methodius Roman Catholic Episcopal Church and constructed in 1950. It was converted to 13 residential condominiums...
 

District Lofts

388 Richmond Street West

District Lofts is in the trendy Queen Street West neighborhood and just a quick walk from restaurants, chic clothing shops, clubs, Chapters bookstore, two streetcar and subway lines..
 

Earl Street Lofts

21 Earl Street

Earl Lofts is an exceptional building in that it offers lofts with more of a townhouse feel. With multi-levels and bedrooms that overlook living areas, these are still defined as lofts..
 

Electra Lofts

1029 King Street West

At the center of King West Village is where you'll find the urban styled Electra Lofts. They offer an open-concept floor plan overlooking an open mezzanine below...
 

Gotham Lofts

781 King Street West

If you enjoy the King West area or you're just looking for an exclusive residence, you can have both at Gotham Lofts. This transformation from a harness factory ...
 

Hepbourne Hall

110 Hepbourne Street

An original extention to the Dovercourt-St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, Hepbourne Hall has since been converted into 21 lofts. This original collegiate gothic-styled...
 

Imperial Lofts

80/90 Sherbourne Street

The word "location" is synonymous with the Imperial Lofts. On the corner of Sherbourne and Adelaide, these lofts are a short jaunt to buses, streetcars,...
 

Industrial Revolution I

676 Richmond Street West

Although 676 Richmond Street West is a smaller building, it's a great place to set up residence. It was a knitting mill originally, but was converted by Mitchell and...
 

Industrial Revolution II

670 Richmond Street West

Developed from the former Decca Records warehouse is this 12 unit loft condominium on 676 Richmond Street West, also constructed by Bob Mitchell. Each loft...
 

Kensington Lofts

160 Baldwin Street/21 Nassau

In the center of Kensington Market is where you'll find Kensington lofts; formerly the George Brown College which was developed in 1999 by Context Developments...
 

King West Village

954 King Street West

The modern and clean look of this part of the original project in King West Village was built by Urbancorp in 2000. The exterior boasts metal and 7 storey...
 

Massey Harris Lofts

915 King Street West

Another wonderful conversion is this transformed 1883 Massey Harris farm equipment headquarters finished by Canderel Stoneridge in 2003. The Massey...
 

Richmond Mews

287 Richmond Street East

Richmond Mews was an Instrument Factory warehouse on Richmond Street just east of Sherbourne Street. Alan Gordon developed this condominium...
 

Soho

477 Richmond Street West

The Soho at 477 Richmond Street West is often confused with the other Soho's in Toronto. The developer so appreciated the name that he continually uses...
 

Space

255 Richmond Street East

Known as "Space", this condominium provides a stylish interior close to downtown. Co-operators Insurance Company completed this undertaking in 2004...
 

St. Lawrence Lofts

81A Front Street East

A group of 130 year old warehouses on the original waterfront of Toronto is the site of the converted St. Lawrence Lofts. It's centered in the St. Lawrence Market area...
 

Studio One

121 Prescott

Available for under $300 per sq. ft. makes this condominium one of the most affordable in all of Toronto. Antonio/Gottdenker developed this loft building in 1996...
 

Tecumseth Lofts

766 King Street West

Tecumseth Lofts was new construction built on an existing structure in 1999 by Harhay. It's located at the corner of Tecumseth and King and offers a total..
 

The Bartlett Lofts

8 Bartlett Avenue

This high quality post and beam style construction at 8 Bartlett Avenue comes from a turn-of-the-century boutique building. The columns and ceiling beams...
 

The Brewery Lofts

90 Sumach Street

Located just north if Queen Street East is The Brewery, a huge six storey structure that houses 100+ lofts. The Sorbara Group completed this conversion...
 

The Century Lofts

365 Dundas Street East

Century Lofts is a converted factory in Cabbagetown has tall 11 foot ceilings, huge industrial windows, original Terrazzo flooring, and concrete mushroom columns....
 

The Charlotte Lofts

36 Charlotte Street

The Charlotte Lofts are ideally set in 13 storeys in the middle of the club area of downtown Toronto. Residents can spend time on their French terrace...
 

The Creed Building

295 Davenport Road

At the intersection of Davenport and Bedford Roads, and exactly between Yorkville and the Bloor Annex, the Creed Building was developed by TTH Developments in 1998....
 

The Derby

393 King Street East

Originally built by Track Investments in 1988. Then Ron Thom and Dermot Sweeney teamed up to develop the Derby into the condominium it is today...
 

The Glebe

660 Pape

Suites within the Glebe are sized from 1000 to over 2000 sq. ft. and are in the mid-range in price running from $325 per sq. ft. to $375 per sq. ft. ...
 

The Kings

800 King Street West/208 Niagara

In 2000, Triloft built the Kings Lofts and Townhouses with the townhouses located off Niagara and Adelaide to the north, and the primary loft style...
 

The Knitting Mill

426 Queen Street East

Between River and Parliament Streets on Queen Street East, the Knitting Mill is another converted warehouse and it's located close to the Toronto...
 

The Lofts on King

180 Frederick Street

The Lofts on King are not the conventional styled condos we most often see today. They have the unique distinction of being amidst the busy King...
 

The Merchandise Building

155 Dalhousie Street

Three individual teams of international interior designers collaborated to create the diversity of styles in this landmark historical building. The Merchandise...
 

The Movie House

394 Euclid Avenue

Inside of the Little Italy neighborhood, you'll find the Movie House lofts. Designed by Jackson Goad Architects, developed by Mathew Roseblatt and John Berman...
 

The Oxford

75 Markham Street

The Oxford is a former picture frame factory that was converted and completed in 1986. It's just northwest of Bathurst Street and Queen Street West...
 

The Peanut Factory

306 Sackville Street

The Peanut Factory carries it's name from the former Peanut Warehouse and processing plant it once was. It has 4 floors with nine 1500 to more...
 

The Soho

188 Eglinton Avenue East

Soho lofts, located at 188 Eglinton Avenue East, is only minutes walking distance from the Yonge Street subway, and just a short, but scenic north/south drive...
 

The Soho Grand

350 Wellington Street West/36 Blue Jay Way

Starting on the 5th floor and continuing to the 16th floor at the top of the building, SOHO Grand Condominium has an ideal location at Wellington Street West and..
 

The Sylvia

50 Camden

Sylvia Lofts truly does accommodate it's residents. With "rolling" walls that transform private spaces to open spaces, and moving windows, these units can be...
 

The Westside Metropolitan Lofts

700 King Street West

Young and Wright Architects has renovated this former office building into what is now Westside Lofts. Set in the trendy location of King and the northwest corner...
 

The Wrigley

245 Carlaw Avenue

The Wrigley Building dates back to 1916 when it was the infamous gum factory, but this 6 storey building has since been converted to residential lofts....
 

Trinity Park Lofts

901 Queen Street West

Architecture of the Trinity Park Lofts was by Page & Steele while the actual development was done by Paul Anisman in 2002. Trinity Bellwoods is a 31 acre..
 

Twenty

20 Niagara Street

Twenty only houses 22 suites with 24 parking spots, but it is attached to the National Historical site of Victoria Memorial Park. It's located south of King Street West...
 

Wellington Works

436 Wellington Street West

Matthew Rosenblatt, John Berman, and Waterloo Capital completed The Worx in 1998 with 34 suites. Located on Wellington Street West, just west of Spadina Avenue...
 

 

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