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The Chocolate Co Lofts, formerly the Paterson Chocolate factory was converted in 2004 by Plazacorp. The building houses 144 lofts and is situated opposite the lovely Trinity Bellwoods park in the design district. It is arguable the best location of any Toronto loft development in the city. The building has both hard and soft lofts. The old chocolate factory to the east of the building offers gorgeous yellow brick, timber posts and 12 ft wood ceilings. The soft loft units have very functional layouts with 10.5 ft concrete ceilings. All units have exposed duct work, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. The building offers a 24hr concierge, cool party room and a basic exercise room.
Life is sweet at the Chocolate Lofts at 955 Queen Street West! This beautiful Toronto lofts building features 146 units and showcases an eclectic mix of original loft architecture and industrial design. Originally two separate buildings with a third new building added into the mix, these lofts are truly one-of-a-kind. While the older part of the building highlights wood slate or corrugated steel barn-style ceilings, exposed brick, wooden posts, steel beams, soaring ceilings and large windows, the newly constructed phase of the Chocolate Lofts features barn-style doors, concrete ceilings, steel beams, and floor-to-ceiling windows. Whichever you choose, old or new, you will savor the delightful design of these unique lofts in West Queen West. Take a bite out of the neighborhood as you explore Toronto’s Art & Design district; this area is artist-central and home to Canada’s most concentrated area of galleries, artist collectives and museums. Nightlife includes the historic Drake and Gladstone Hotels as well as multiple trendy bars and nightclubs. Even chocolate-lovers need to eat their vegetables; Trinity Bellwoods Park is right across the street and features a Farmers’ Market that runs on Tuesdays from May to October. This park is also home to a Community Recreation Centre, an ice skating rink, tennis courts, and several other sporting facilities. With all of this and streetcar service right outside your front door, you are sure to become a “choco-loft-aholic!” Fashion-lovers,the shops of the Fashion District call out to you from Charlotte Loftsat 36 Charlotte St., a 63-unit loft building in the heart of Toronto. This glass and brick building is a lesson in Toronto lofts luxury,coming complete with a rooftop exercise room, lounge and terrace,offering beautiful views of downtown. Ceiling heights soar between9’2” to 16’8”, and floor to ceiling windows allow the natural light topour into your open kitchen with eat-in peninsulas/islands. Ponderyour next purchase on your French balcony or terrace; after all, withQueen Street, King Street, and the Entertainment District all withinsteps, you will not be short on options to kick up those new heels! This trendy area is well known for its many upscale restaurants,lounges and dance clubs. And when you are ready to kick off your shoesand call it a night, a streetcar will take you practically to yourdoorstep on a quiet street where you are sure to get your beauty sleep!