The 75 Portland Condos are a remarkable living experience. Located at 75 Portland St Toronto and displayed as “Seventy5”, this condo building exudes modern design. With an art-deco feel and crafted by the famed designer Phillipe Starck, the 75 Portland Condos combine social dynamics with trendy urban living
The Kings Lofts at 800 King St W Toronto provide true two storey loft configurations and an amazing location close to the central heart of King West Village. With varying suite sizes and upgrades throughout the years, The Kings Lofts live up to their name in terms of providing true open space layouts.
The Electra Lofts Condos located at 1029 King St W Toronto provide a great selection of varying layouts and open concept living. Lofts are extremely popular and the building has formed an established presence in this corner of King West. Exposed concrete and differing exposures at 1029 King St W create a true downtown loft atmosphere.
The West 833 Condos hold a very traditional history for the area. Located at 833 King St W Toronto, the condominium is made up of two structures. The western positioned building is an original perfume factory from the 1930’s. The West 833 Condos offer a boutique style loft building with soaring ceilings and modern design suites that still retain the charm of a bygone industrial era.
The Glas Condos located at 25 Oxley St Toronto provide an amazingly contemporary and sophisticated lifestyle option. Situated right in the entertainment district of King West, yet on a quiet side-street, the Glas Condos are boutique living at its finest
Lofts 399 located at 399 Adelaide St W Toronto provide a truly contemporary living experience. Situated right in the heart of King West, the Lofts 399 are distinguished by the exposed concrete, 10 foot ceilings
The Worx Lofts are situated right near the heart of the King West entertainment strip. Located at 436 Wellington St W Toronto, these hard lofts offer a distinct character in an understated building clad in traditional industrial brick. With exposed ceilings, direct elevator access to some suites and an enticing downtown location
The Charlotte Lofts located at 36 Charlotte St Toronto are within a subtle, brick lined building right in the heart of the entertainment district. With varying unit sizes and full two-storey lofts on the upper floors, the Charlotte Lofts create a hidden gem right in the heart of the action of downtown Toronto
The Zed Lofts at 38 Niagara St Toronto provide a plentiful selection of varying floor plans and styles right in the heart of King West. With the concrete and glass constructions scheme, the Zed Lofts cater to a modern crowd. Unique 3 storey lofts at the penthouse level bring a truly unique flavour to this contemporary structure
The Tecumseth Lofts situated at 766 King St W Toronto provide unique and true hard-loft living options. Originally a commercial building, this conversion to loft space has allowed for great utilization of space. With unique 3 storey options available, the space can accommodate a true family looking for the downtown Toronto lifestyle. With a boutique aura, it truly is special to live at the Tecumseth Lofts Toronto only steps away from everything King West has to offer.
The 468 Wellington Lofts offer some of the most unique luxury loft lifestyles in all of downtown Toronto. The lofts at 468 Wellington St W are recognized as having enormous floor plan layouts with square footage ranges of 1400 to around 5000 sqft. Exposed ceilings ranging up to 14 feet and a mix of interesting materials throughout these Toronto lofts makes for a true unique living option
The Massey Harris Lofts at 915 King St W Toronto are a true loft style gem. A restored red brick structure located in a very accessible location, these lofts present real character. With a modernized addition at the top of the original structure, the unit selection is coveted and interesting. These loft restorations provide amazing contrast to the more modern concrete focused construction which makes the Massey Harris Lofts Toronto a unique real estate option.
The King West Village Lofts at 954 King St W Toronto offer true two storey lofts in an established building. Having been one of the original projects in this area, the styling set the tone for the rest of the developments in this pocket of King West. With large windows and a modernistic feel, the lofts at 954 King St W provide a unique and functional living option.
The Quad Lofts are located centrally in the King West neighbourhood of downtown Toronto. Situated at 19 Brant St Toronto and 23 Brant St Toronto, the Quad Lofts provide a nice assortment of units with tastefully designed finishes. Separated into two buildings with a central courtyard, the buildings provide residents with a presentable entrance experience and ultimate convenience
The Stewart Lofts are nestled in one of the most central King West locations possible; 32 Stewart St Toronto. With a contemporary design scheme featuring high ceilings with exposed concrete and glass accents, the Stewart Lofts are the definition of trendy King West living
The Soho Metropolitan Condos located at 36 Blue Jays Way Toronto provide an amazing boutique style living experience. Nestled in the heart of the entertainment district in downtown Toronto, the Soho Metropolitan Condos form part of the hotel giving residents access to unparalleled convenience and luxury
The Gotham Lofts at 781 King St W Toronto offer a unique and true loft experience. Originally having been a textile mill and horse harness factory, the structure has been updated and converted to provide modern and character filled lofts. The Gotham Lofts Toronto provide a central location in the Niagara neighbourhood and carry charm via exposed brick and wooden beam accenting among other design touches.
Twenty Niagara is located as the name suggests at 20 Niagara St Toronto. This boutique style building offers varying loft designs with ceiling heights ranging up to 16 feet. Exposed concrete and large floor layouts create a unique living experience. Since each floor features just 4 units, even the 1 bedroom units have greater square footage