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Argyle Lofts – 183 Dovercourt Road

Rising five stories, The Argyle Lofts was and remains the tallest structure in the immediate neighbourhood. The distinctive corner bakery entrance will continue to be the loft’s front door, with the clock retained as a reminder of the building’s industrial past. The City insisted on much of the retention, as the building was listed as heritage in 2003.

Argyle Lofts - 183 Dovercourt
The history and charm of this building set it apart from other industrial loft conversions in Toronto making it truly one-of-a-kind. The Argyle Lofts will continue to be a landmark in this prime residential neighbourhood. Finally completed in 2007 after some serious delays (heritage issues and whatnot), the building has been a hit with Toronto loft lovers.

Argyle Lofts - 183 Dovercourt
The Argyle Lofts converted the 1919 landmark Edwardian-style, five-storey former bakery into 86 lofts. The Ideal Bread Company was founded in 1909 by brothers William and Charles Carruthers and Robert McMullen. They demolished the small original 1873 building and hired the architect Sydney Comber to design their new factory, which R.G. Kirby and Son then built. In 1938, Ideal amalgamated with Wonder Bakeries, and production ceased in 1957. Since then, the building has had a variety of uses.

Argyle Lofts - 183 Dovercourt
The lofts in this lovely brick building consist of 1 and 2-bedroom lofts. The 1-bedroom suites are around 500-600 square feet in size, with the 2-beds in the 700 to over 1,000 square-foot range. There’s no shortage of natural light inside the units, as most have tall windows and open floor plans.

Argyle Lofts - 183 Dovercourt
The two-storey penthouse lofts afford spectacular city views through walls of windows and have private roof decks. The penthouses are set back from the fa├žade so not to detract from the architecture and are not immediately visible from the street below. Ground-floor units facing the street will have private front yards.

Argyle Lofts - 183 Dovercourt
Parking is hard to come by, though. Units do come up for sale fairly often, so be sure to get in touch if this building interests you.

Argyle Lofts - 183 Dovercourt
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Contact Laurin Jeffrey for more information – 416-388-1960

Laurin Jeffrey is a Toronto real estate agent with Century 21 Regal Realty.
He did not write these articles, he just reproduces them here for people who
are interested in Toronto real estate. He does not work for any builders.

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Annex Lofts – 113-115 Dupont Street

The Annex Lofts are an amazing luxury loft conversion at 113-115 Dupont Street in a unique conversion from a commercial building. This intimate 7-suite building has a fantastic Annex location on Dupont between Bedford and Davenport. Stunning contemporary finishes contrast with the amazing original concrete loft structure. Extraordinary living spaces with great light, high ceilings and expansive wall spaces perfect for art. True loft living in a great neighbourhood setting.

Annex Lofts - 113-115 Dupont Street
Remarkable and stylish lofts in one of the Annex’s (very few and) most fabulous boutique loft buildings. A few blocks east of the Devonshire soft lofts, as well as the gorgeous Madison Avenue Lofts, this area is finally getting some of the luxury lofts it deserves – and that people are looking for.

Annex Lofts - 113-115 Dupont Street
Magnificent details and finishes abound throughout these huge lofts. Unparalleled master bedrooms with massive windows and spa ensuites. Soaring 12′ ceilings, the finest design and craftsmanship with superb use of natural stone, wood and exposed brick. From the random-sized-plank wood flooring imported from Germany through Toronto’s Floorworks to the sculpted modernist vanities by Italy’s Antonio Lupi bathroom design company, every detail inside the three-storey building was chosen for flair as well as function. All lofts have walk-outs to balconies or massive terraces with with spectacular city views.

Annex Lofts - 113-115 Dupont Street
Inspired by the true meaning of a New York loft. This magnificent loft conversion by award winning Zinc Development created massive (the smallest is around 2,500 square feet up to the biggest at 5,000 square feet) personal residences with soaring ceilings, towering windows and unbelievable urban views. Appointed with only the finest appliances and finishes, including Bosch dishwashers, AEG ovens and gas cooktops, Liebherr fridges and custom stainless steel hoods.

Completed in late 2007, original buyers met with developer Ken Zukerman to customize their lofts – not surprising given their $1-2 million price tag. But they got 2 or 3 bedrooms, 3 washrooms and more square footage than most homes for the money. And with a location that is steps to all that Yorkville and the Annex has to offer, restaurants and shopping are never far from home.

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Contact Laurin Jeffrey for more information – 416-388-1960

Laurin Jeffrey is a Toronto real estate agent with Century 21 Regal Realty.
He did not write these articles, he just reproduces them here for people who
are interested in Toronto real estate. He does not work for any builders.

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Academy Lane Lofts – 1852 Queen Street East

Originally built in 1913, the structure at 1852 Queen Street East was once part of the East Ford sales and service station. Owner William Humphries Moore turned it into a bowling alley and dance academy in 1923. Moore had emigrated from Ireland with his 10 children and originally lived in the west end of the city. The stonemason, who worked on Toronto’s Old City Hall, moved to the Beaches in 1906.

Academy Lane Lofts - 1852 Queen Street East
A former Armory from the early 20th century, this building has also housed a boxing club and a popular community bowling alley. It is one of the only loft conversions in the Beaches. It was rebuilt and converted to lofts in 2003, but it integrated the older building as a part of its modern construction. You can see bits and pieces of the original brick walls in the halls, as well as some wooden beams and other exposed parts of history.

Academy Lane Lofts - 1852 Queen Street East
Academy Lane Lofts gets its name from its former use as the Academy Lane Bowling alley. Located on Queen Street East just west of Woodbine Avenue in the Beach, it rises 4-storeys and houses twelve very unique single and multi-level lofts. The building housing the lofts has new third & fourth storeys built on top of the original two-storey building. Developed in 2003 by Streetcar Developments, it was one of the first projects Les Mallins attempted.

Academy Lane Lofts - 1852 Queen Street East
The building was vacant and abandoned when purchased by Streetcar. But their conversion to the Academy Lane Lofts changed this once desolate corner in The Beaches into a vibrant hub of trendy retail and modern living spaces. Along with Beach House Lofts next door, Academy Lane Lofts won the 2009 Toronto Urban Design Award for “Building in Context, Private Mid-Rise.”

Academy Lane Lofts - 1852 Queen Street East
The lofts feature exposed beam construction, over-sized windows, and gourmet kitchens with granite countertops. The lofts range from 863 to 1,701 square feet and many feature a balcony or terrace. Academy Lane Lofts was one of the first condos to use an innovative stacked parking system. Toronto really needs more quality infill developments like this.

Academy Lane Lofts - 1852 Queen Street East
This loft’s ideal location offers you a great opportunity to live the Toronto Beaches life. Enjoy a stroll on one of the area’s many beaches; or wander through Kew Gardens, the big park leading south from bustling Queen Street. Queen East is where you will find innumerable specialty shops and restaurants. The picturesque side streets are lined with Victorian and Edwardian homes, side by each with modern infill houses. And make sure to find time to check out the Fox Theatre, Toronto’s oldest operating movie theatre!

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Contact Laurin Jeffrey for more information – 416-388-1960

Laurin Jeffrey is a Toronto real estate agent with Century 21 Regal Realty.
He did not write these articles, he just reproduces them here for people who
are interested in Toronto real estate. He does not work for any builders.

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