Originally constructed as the Dominion Felt Works, this ugly industrial building was transformed in 1981 into 10 two and three storey condominium loft units. Mitchell and Associates won the Ontario Renews Award in 1984 for this innovative conversion of a non-residential to a residential building, the first legal residential loft project in the City of Toronto.
Experience The Best Of City Living In The Heart Of The Junction Triangle & Davenport Village. One Of The Last Affordable Pockets In The City! Largest 1 Bedroom Model Is Nearly 600 S.F. & Features Quality Finishes & Has Been Well Maintained. Walk To Subway @ Bloor, Steps To Groceries, Shopping, Coffee Shops, Restaurants And Entertainment! 15 Min Bike Ride To Lakeshore & Boardwalk! L O W Main. Fee & Taxes! Vacant As Of Dec. 2.More details
Beautiful & Stylish "Upsidedown Condo" In An Up & Coming Davenport Neighborhood. Spacious & Bright 1+1 Bedroom With Practical Layout, Modern Kitchen: Granite Countertop & Stainless Steel Appliances, Ttc At Front Door, Minutes Walk To Subway & Go Train, Close To High Park, U Of T, Shopping Center And All Other Downtown Amenities.More details
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