Queen West Lofts & Condos
Queen West has become synonymous with cutting-edge galleries, trendy restaurants and an electrifying nightlife. With cultural destinations such as The Drake and Gladstone Hotel, it’s no wonder why developers are chomping at the bit to bring their boutique loft and condo projects to this neighbourhood. The streetscape is dotted with historic and modern lofts such as Chocolate Factory Lofts and Bohemian Embassy; here is just a sample of what Queen West has to offer.
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Candy Factory Lofts – 993 Queen West
Candy Factory Lofts is one of Toronto’s most famous hard-loft buildings and also the most desired by loft purists. Located at 993 Queen Street West and surrounded by designer stores and trendy restaurants, lofts like this are becoming a scarce commodity. There are a total of 121 units in the 6-storey Candy Factory that features extremely wide hallways, exposed posts and brick walls with high 12-foot ceilings.
Chocolate Company Lofts – 955 Queen West
The Chocolate Lofts offer a mix of original hard-loft architecture and brand new industrial soft-lofts in Queen West. Located at 955 Queen West, the building offers a 24hr concierge, a cool party room and fitness centre.
41 Ossington is a development by Reserve Properties (Rise Condos and 109 Ossington) with architecture by Raw Design. Shown above is a gorgeous two-bed loft with 1,200 square feet of living space plus a terrace patio. Some of the features include a custom designed kitchen, oak hardwood floors and 10 foot ceilings.
156 Portland is a boutique development by Tribute Communities and RioCan. There are plenty of local amenities nearby including restaurants, cafes and some of the best bars in the city. There is also a Loblaws conveniently located at the base of the building.
Bohemian Embassy Condos is a two-tower residential complex by The Pemberton Group, known for U Condos and Neon Condos. Bohemian Embassy consists of a 9 storey mid-rise building at 1169 Queen West and a 19 storey tower at 1171 Queen West.