|Number of Units:||138|
|Developer:||1001 Roselawn Avenue Inc|
Affordable authentic hard loft conversion in Toronto. The reason being that it’s not located right in the ‘city core’ – it should also be noted that it’s on or just outsideof the Forest Hillborder. Forest Hill Lofts was developed and designed by Murray Goldman of Stafford Homes. This 138 suite loft is a conversion from the former Coats and Pattons Industrial building, built in 1932. The loft houses 1 bedroom to 2 bedroom plus den suites up to 1,108 square feet. Forest Hill Lofts is a magnificent four-storey, L-shaped edifice that once was surrounded by a group of smaller buildings, including a massive boiler house and towering smokestack. The disused buildings have now been removed and the grounds are beautifully landscaped. The exterior walls were refaced with stucco and exterior columns feature colourful tiles in keeping with the original art deco design. Until the construction began, the building was a favourite with movie directors and was used as a set for several movies. The appeal is obvious - Forest Hill Lofts boasts soaring 13-1/2 foot ceilings, large columns and 24-by 10-foot window spans.
Suites feature exposed ductwork, high ceilings, expansive windows and newly polished concrete floors. Some suites have two levels and juliet balconies.
The exterior of this L-shaped edifice was refaced with stucco and exterior columns that feature colourful tiles – consistent with the original art deco design.
The Forest Hill Lofts also comes with several amenities as well as private rooftop terraces that offer magnificent and completely unobstructed views of the city.