Trinity Park Lofts on Queen Street West
Trinity Park Lofts is a unique soft loft that has one of the best locations in the city. Right across from one of the biggest parks downtown, Trinity Bellwoods Park, this loft is definitely for the dog lover as well as those that love to shop!
About 60% of the original buyers were single women and their reasons for buying prove logical. The unique Trinity Park Lofts building is located in the eclectic Queen Street West neighbourhood, filled with trendy restaurants, outdoor cafes, parks and funky boutiques.
Trinity Park Lofts is a seven-storey building which wraps around the historic and restored Farr House (built in 1859, the House is designed in the Georgian style blended with Classical Revival features. This red-bricked building is one of the few surviving original buildings on Queen Street West and has been designated a historical site that will be preserved.
A glass entrance canopy welcomes visitors into the elegant designer lobby of Trinity Park Lofts. An executive concierge, sophisticated security system, exercise room, common room with a kitchen and a professionally landscaped courtyard are some of the luxurious amenities that residents appreciate.
Situated on trendy shopping mecca Queen West, the Trinity Park Lofts is steps to boutique shopping, furniture stores, cafes, restaurants, and a yoga studio. This seven storey, 102 unit loft building blends well into the facades of the neighbourhood as well as wraps around the historical Farr House, a landmark on this trendy street located at 901 Queen Street West.
Standard interior finishes are anything but standard. All Trinity Park Lofts include nine-foot ceilings; hardwood floors and halogen lighting; gourmet kitchens with oversize Shaker-style maple cabinetry; chic premium appliances (including stainless steel fridge); ceramic backsplash and undercabinet lighting; sisal-style or 40 oz. upgrade broadloom; bathrooms with extra-deep soaker tubs and cultured marble vanity tops.
Inside, the fabulous U-shaped kitchen features a convenient breakfast bar and plenty of extra high eight foot cabinets. The bright and open living/dining room opens onto a private terrace. Upstairs, the spacious master bedroom features twin closets and a deluxe ensuite bathroom. A cozy den can substitute as your personal home office.
A creative flair for planning and design. A discerning eye for detail and an overriding commitment to quality. These are merely a few of the attributes associated with the Canadian Equity & Development Corporation.
Developer Paul Anisman and his company, The Canadian Equity & Development Corporation, have been in the forefront of the Toronto real estate development industry since the early 80′s, creating successful niches with their unique projects targeted at a distinct group of home buyers and designed by a handpicked team of leading professionals. Each project is the result of years of planning, completed on a timely basis with undisguised attention to detail and after-sale service.
One such project is Citysphere Residences, a highly successful 338-unit high-rise condominium complex built at 801 King Street West. Along with Toronto’s premiere loft conversion projects, Gotham Vintage Lofts, at 781 King Street West, the first major condominium loft building of its size in the city. The Gotham Lofts bring the best of New York style living to 54 unique residences in a restored harness factory built in 1917.
The Canadian Equity & Development Corporation continues to be a pioneer in “The New Downtown West” with the recently completed Georgian style terrace homes of Stafford Terrace.
Trinity Park Lofts is a 102 unit condominium loft style building at 901 Queen Street West in the heart of Queen West Village that combines the best in cutting-edge design and the historic ambiance of the past.
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