Toronto Lofts on Madison Avenue
The Burnac Group introduces their newest loft conversion community
The Burnac Group has a reputation for doing things the way they are supposed to be done. And their proof is in their buildings, some of the finest developments in Toronto, including 85 Bloor Condominiums, 33 Delisle Avenue, and Park Avenue. And now they’re ready to add Madison Avenue Lofts to that list.
Located at the foot of Casa Loma at Madison and MacPherson Avenues, this loft conversion project is unique to the city. The original historic brick building, built in 1951, once stored wire bundles for Toronto Hydro. Now The Burnac Group, and renowned architect Paul Northgrave, is converting it into a stunning New York-style loft residence. The six-storey building will incorporate elements of industrial architecture and Art Deco design for a stunning one-of-a-kind residence, and will feature 211 lofts when completed.
“Because this is a loft conversion project designed around the space we have, we’re offering truly individual suites at Madison Avenue Lofts,” says Darlene Welton, Director of Marketing for Burnac. “There are over 100 different plans to choose from, all authentic loft spaces with expansive windows and soaring ceiling heights.”
Ceiling heights in the Madison Avenue Lofts range from 10 to over 14 feet, with interiors by II BY IV Design Associates, who bring their own urban flair to both the common and private spaces. The building will feature a dramatic lobby ideal for welcoming in guests, with a contemporary design, and expansive windows. There is also a beautiful rooftop terrace with gas barbecues and fabulous views, as well as a fitness centre with an exercise room, change rooms, showers, and steam rooms. In addition, there is a home theatre, a multi-purpose room with a large kitchen, a meeting room, and a 24-hour concierge.
The Madison Avenue Lofts themselves have also been designed with quality in mind, featuring dramatic eight-foot doors, as well as pre-engineered flooring throughout the kitchen, and living and dining areas. Kitchens also feature granite countertops, nine-foot tall upper cabinetry, with at least two glass-front doors, mosaic tile backsplashes, three stainless steel appliances, an integrated dishwasher with matching cabinetry panel, and designer chrome plumbing fixtures. The ensuites come with marble countertops, wall-mounted chrome faucets, and undermount sinks. The washrooms also feature subway pattern tiles along the shower walls, with an accent wall of mosaic tiles and 12 by 12 marble tile floors. Powder rooms have stunning vessel sinks on metal pedestals, specially designed by II BY IV Design.
“We finished this building the way we would if we lived there ourselves,” says Welton. “We wanted to create an upscale loft-style lifestyle for our buyers, surrounded by a truly wonderful neighbourhood that offers historic charm, easy access to downtown, and a strong sense of community. We think we’ve done just that with the Madison Avenue Lofts.”
Located in a mature Toronto community, the Madison Avenue Lofts are just steps away not only from Casa Loma itself, but from the Dupont subway station and neighbourhood amenities. The building has been designed to complement the area allowing buyers to make themselves at home in the existing neighbourhood.
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