Amazing location overlooking the Trinity Bellwoods Park. This soft loft building has loads of potential, looking classy and expensive from the exterior. Despite the developers poorly finished hallways, the units do offer very functional living spaces and most have outdoors space. On a sunny summers day it is very easy to fall in love with this neighbourhood and building. This unique soft loft has one of the best locations in the city. Right across from one of the biggest parks downtown, Trinity Bellwoods Park, this loft is definitely for the dog lover as well as those that love to shop! Situated on trendy shopping mecca Queen St., the loft is steps from boutique shopping, furniture stores, cafes, restaurants, and a yoga studio. This seven-storey, 102-unit building blends into the facades of the neighbourhood and wraps around the historical Farr House, a landmark on this trendy street. Built by Canadian Equity and Development Corp, the developer threw in many upgrades as standards: 9-foot ceilings, hardwood laminate floors, sisal broadloom carpeting on the upper level, stainless steel fridges, private balconies or terraces, extra high, eight-foot cabinets, and ceramic backsplash.
The Argyle Lofts! Trendy & Rarely Offered Hard Loft Conversion Is A Must See! At 500Sqft, This Bright & Airy 1 Bdrm Loft Has Been Intelligently Designed To Maximize Every Corner Using A Savvy Loft Bed Concept (Queen Bed!!). Allowing The Original Bedroom To Serve As Both An Office Space & Walk-In Closet. 14Ft Ceilings, Beautiful Flooring, Exposed Ductwork, Large Windows Over Looking The Park. This Flexible Layout Is Easily Be Converted Back A Bedroom W StorageMore details
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