630 Queen Street East
A beautiful new construction building from one of the east ends favourite boutique developers: Streetcar! The finishings are modern and click, and most suites feature outdoor space. Sync offers beautiful views to the east,west and north suites.
175 Jones Avenue
Saint Leslieville Church Lofts! The St. Clements Church In Leslieville Is Being Tastefully Transformed Into 14 Luxurious Heritage Lofts With Lush Outdoor Parkette And Terraces. A Gothic Revival Restoration Of A Beautiful Heritage Church (1913). This Is A New Development Project. Public Launch Party Tues Sept 22nd 6Pm-9Pm W/ Catering By Jamie Kennedy.
747 Queen St E
Want to live right in the heart of Riverside on Queen Street East in a boutique loft development? Then Riverside Lofts is your spot! There isn’t a more convenient condo building on the east side when you are talking about brunch, dining, shops and cafes you are literally right above them!Toronto Life Magazine voted riverside as the ‘Top Spot To Invest’.
345 Carlaw Avenue
Ubercool Toronto Boutique condo developer Streetcar is currently building their most exciting and ambitious project to date “The Carlaw” is a beautiful building at a happening Leslieville corner that will change the landscape of a fastly gentrifying neighbourhood.The project will consist of over 300 units and townhouses over 12 levels.
68 Broadview Avenue
Broadview Lofts in Riverside is one of Toronto’s landmark conversions. The first five floors are a beautifully converted red brick building that is topped with 2 story glass walled penthouses complete with open concept floorplans and generous outdoor space.The converted portion featured large timber posts and beam construction, exposed brick, hardwood and/or concrete floors.
201 Carlaw Ave
Before its conversion to lofts, this Leslieville landmark lay at the heart of Toronto’s industrial sector. Originally built to house printing presses, this warehouse was once a vital part of Toronto’s industry. Converted to lofts in 2014, this Toronto loft seamlessly blends the original 3-storey structure with a striking glass tower and stacked townhouses along the east side.
326 Carlaw Ave
Situated in Toronto’s hip Leslieville, these funky industrial lofts played a key role in the revitalization of this neighbourhood. Serving as a cultural hub for those seeking an urban live/work space, these Toronto lofts have become increasingly popular with photographers and designers alike.
233 Carlaw Ave
Garment Factory Lofts was converted by Atria Development in 2008. 233 Carlaw Avenue was, as its name suggests, a former garment factory. The building is approximately 60 years old. There are 163 units in the building, spread over 8 floors. The first 4 floors are a hard loft conversion, and the top 4 floors are a soft loft addition. Suites range from 450 to 1,300 square feet.
319 Carlaw Avenue
An inspiring blend of classic and contemporary, The Work Lofts lie in the heart of trendy Leslieville in the city’s former textile and factory district. Its striking architecture boasts a red brick façade that reflects the area’s roots, while the upper levels feature a decidedly contemporary mix of glass and aluminum.