Located on Sorauren Avenue just south of Dundas Street West, this former candy manufacturing plant was converted into authentic hard-lofts in 2007, with a soft-loft extension at the rear of the building.
With an originally restored façade of brickwork and warehouse windows, Robert Watson Lofts offers 153 Toronto lofts across six-storeys. With many two-level units, these suites enjoy spacious open-concept layouts with lots of sunlight, original exposed brick walls, and 12-foot ceilings. Some of the units have authentic wood beam accents, arched windows, as well as private walk out terraces. With stainless steel appliances, upgraded bathrooms, and polished concrete floors in the soft-loft suites, these are beautiful urban lofts matched for modern living.
And just a short walk to Dundas Street West and Roncesvalles, residents are close to many restaurants, cafes, and markets, plus all the outdoor fun of nearby Sorauren Park.
Most Notable Features
Great location: About a two-minute walk from Dundas Street West and just down the street from Sorauren Park, Robert Watson Lofts enjoys a prime spot in a pleasant, residential neighbourhood where residents are bound to get to know each other and really enjoy a sense of community.
Charm filled suites: When searching for Toronto condos, it can be hard to find a residence with real character. But the suites at Robert Watson Lofts, with their warm brickwork walls and bright warehouse windows, are truly unique and perfect for anyone who wants a home with a real charming vibe.
TTC convenience: Although it’s a calm residential area, there is convenient TTC service along Dundas Street West. Residents can easily catch the streetcar east to downtown or west to Dundas West Station and the subway.
With a stunning loft at 363-369 Sorauren Avenue, you will live in the cultrually rich neighbourhood known as Roncesvalles Village, a community of residential streets connected to the boutique shops and small businesses, restaurants and bars along Roncesvalles Avenue from Queen Street to Bloor Street in Toronto’s West End. Known as the city’s Polish neighbourhood, the area features many Polish restaurants and hosts an annual Polish Festival, creating a culturally rich and yet contemporary vibe. Neighbouring High Park, residents will find it easy to get outdoors and enjoy nature within the city, or you can pop into the Revue Cinema for an evening at the movies. The area is home to many schools, and there is convenient TTC streetcar service running north and south along Roncesvalles Avenue and along Dundas Street West. Some of the local restaurants to visit include Belljar Café for a rustic hangout with daylight espresso and evening cocktails, Gate 403 Bar & Grill for those who enjoy live jazz, and Hopgood’s Foodliner for some East Coast comfort food.
For your local groceries, the area has many options within walking distance such as NoFrills, FreshCo, and Loblaws, as well as a countless number of independent markets and specialty food shops.
For a breath of fresh air, you can find Sorauren Park just down the street, where there is a public dog park and a Farmers’ Market. And, of course, you’re not far from High Park, Toronto’s largest outdoor space.
A wonderful neighbourhood to get around on foot, you can find TTC travel options at Dundas West and Bloor Street. For drivers, the closest highway is the Gardiner Expy via South Kingsway onramp and is within a few minutes drive, making it easier to get around Toronto and over to Mississauga as well.
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