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SOFT LOFTS are build with the same design techniques in mind as their converted (HARD LOFT) cousins but are constructed from the ground up without using any other original structure. As more people started seeing the potential of this form of real estate over townhomes or standalone properties developers started creating customized buildings in this style. Also considered SOFT LOFTS when builders use part of an existing structure and create a completely new building by adding additional floors above the pre-existed structure (ie: Garment Factory Lofts in Leslieville on the East side of Toronto or at the Liberty Market Lofts in Liberty Village, the West side of the city)

One of the main characteristics you will see in lofts is an open floor plan. When they started converting from commercial buildings to residential structures they usually had much more square footage and less walls to work with than you would find with your standard condo. Thanks to the influence of older factory buildings you will also find a lot of high ceilings, large windows, and exposed brick. Hard lofts usually scream character and newer designs try to take that element with them.


Generally speaking, Soft Lofts still offer an open concept living space with huge windows but in a more traditional condo style.


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