Address: 206 Bloor Street West, Unit 602
The Place: A sixth floor unit in the newly finished Museum House condominiums at Bloor and Avenue.
The Place: A two-bedroom, two-storey corner unit on the sixth floor of Liberty Market Lofts, located just down the street from the lot where the Liberty Village Farmers’ Market sets up shop in warmer months.
The Place: A two-bedroom penthouse on the ninth floor of a mid-rise building at Bayview and Sheppard.
Address: 126 Simcoe Street, Penthouse 3
Neighbourhood: Waterfront Communities-The Island
Agent: Christian Vermast, Paul Maranger, and Fran Bennett, Sotheby’s International Realty Canada, Brokerage
The Place: A one-bedroom penthouse just off Adelaide Street, around the corner from Soho House and Momofuku.
The Place: A two-bedroom, three-storey townhouse with distinctive architecture (the exterior of the building, built in the 1970s, resembles a boat sail) in the Beach.
The Place: A sub-penthouse on the 31st floor of the first condo tower ever built in the Distillery District. We featured the two-bedroom penthouse back in 2012.
The Place: A two-bedroom unit on the second floor of the historic Wrigley Lofts, a former gum factory turned live-work space in Leslieville. Read the rest of this entry »
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The Place: A three-bedroom, three-storey townhouse in Lippincott Living, a complex with eight units at College and Bathurst.
The Place: A cherry-hued two-bedroom penthouse with a climate-controlled wine room and two wet bars, located just east of Islington station.
The Place: A three-storey, two-bedroom penthouse in Riverdale with both north- and south-facing terraces. The building was originally built in 1911 as Bell Telephone’s headquarters, and was converted into twelve lofts in 2001.
The Place: A one-bedroom unit in what used to be called the Brewery Lofts (it’s now known simply as the Lofts of 90 Sumach), a former CBC design centre and prop warehouse. We featured a two-bedroom unit in the building back in 2010.
The Place: A third-floor unit in the historic St. Lawrence Lofts. The Lofts are made up of three distinct pre-confederation buildings that once housed the warehouse and office spaces of wholesale grocers. Today, the main floor of the building is home to a Starbucks and a Spring Rolls.
The Place: A two-storey penthouse on the ninth floor of Domus, a gothic-style building near Davenport and Bay. (We featured another unit in the same building back in 2012.)
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