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Let's be honest: There are few things in Toronto reaestate with as cool of a reputation as lofts. From hard lofts with exposed brick and beams to modern “soft lofts” with soaring windows and concrete ceilings, they are truly spectacular places to call home in the city. Yet, can you actually find a Toronto loft with all the style you’re looking for AND a great location AND at an affordable asking price?While lofts are among the higher priced condos, this is partly due to the extremely l..
Lofts are among the coolest properties for sale in Toronto. With high ceilings, soaring windows, and perhaps some exposed concrete or wood beams, lofts have their own unique character that is appealing to many buyers. When you think of Toronto lofts, you might picture ones that are simply out of budget. Hard Lofts, ones that are converted from heritage buildings such as churches or factories, often cost over a million dollars to own. They are older buildings that are both one of a kind..
Toronto’s Factory LoftsIf you love historic character and unique industrial style, factory conversions are sure to catch your eye. Toronto has many lofts carved out of former factories. While the Distillery District is aptly named for its history, there are also many areas that were once primarily industrial. Heritage buildings remain, many with intriguing names that remind us of their past.The lofts within these former factories feature exposed brick walls, metal and timber beams, and ware..
Toronto’s historic churches offer us some of the most striking and beautiful architecture in the city. When they are no longer being used as a place of worship, it would be a shame to see these grand buildings torn down. Instead, many condo developers have embarked upon painstaking restoration/transformation projects by turning heritage churches into one-of-a-kind hard lofts. Soaring timber beams, stained glass windows, and bell tower lookouts are just some of the reasons Church condos are ..
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