Unlike the purpose-built lofts and warehouse conversions popular in Queen West, Soho Lofts Starwood Centre is a former office building that has been transformed into a mixed commercial and residential space. It’s hard to miss with a corner façade of sleek panelled glass right at Richmond and Brant Street.
While the main floor is home to two barbershops, convenience store, dry cleaning, and a small event space, the upper ten-storeys are home to 94 Toronto condos for sale and for rent. Designed as live-work soft lofts, these suites feature exposed concrete floors, ceilings, and accent pillars, plus the ceilings are up to 15-feet high, with huge bright windows for natural light. There's great potential here for homeowners looking for a unique space they can personalize.
Nestled just north of King Street West, residents at Soho Lofts Starwood Centre are nearby to a variety of independently owned boutiques, with galleries and restaurants around every corner, so you'll never run out of places to browse, shop, and dine.
Most Notable Features
Live-work lifestyle: Because of their bright, open-concept designs, Toronto lofts are great spaces for the modern live-work lifestyle that many young professionals need and enjoy. Live close to work downtown, keep an office or studio at home, socialize with like-minded neighbours and colleagues, and get the most out of your home and your job.
Pets allowed: Like most downtown Toronto condos, Soho Lofts Starwood Centre is a pet-friendly building. With beautiful, sun-filled windows where your cat can lounge for hours, and many nearby dog-friendly parks, it’s the type of residence that will make you want to have a pet.
Urban convenience: With a barbershop, a dry cleaner, a convenience store, and a boutique event space all on the ground floor of the building, residents will experience first-hand the urban convenience of the Queen Street and King West neighbourhood.
With a soft loft at Soho Lofts Starwood Centre you will always have something to do on any given night. The building is just a short walk to the boutique shopping and restaurants of King West’s Fashion and Entertainment Districts, Queen Street music and shows, and outdoor activities along Toronto’s waterfront. Local groceries can be picked up at Fresh & Wild Food Market at the corner of Spadina and King, Loblaws at Queen and Portland, and JC Foodlane on Wellington.
And some local restaurants to explore include Rock Lobster on Queen Street, Spice Route on King for a nightclub styled restaurant of Indo-Chinese cuisine, and The Rivoli on Queen for a lively nightclub and pool hall.
For nearby green space, check out St. Andrew's Playground across the street and Alexandra Park to the North. Or head west down Queen a bit to Trinity Bellwoods Park, which hosts a number of events and festivals, a well-frequented dog park, a well-used community athletic centre including two swimming pools, outdoor volleyball and tennis courts, a large playground, a hockey rink, fields for soccer, football and rugby, and three softball fields.
This area has a 100 Walk Score, with nearby bicycle-friendly streets like Adelaide and Wellington. If you want to zip around the city, the King streetcar can connect you with north-south lines like Bathurst and Spadina, the Yonge-University subway and Union Station. For car-owners, King West is a drive-easy area with access to the Gardiner Expressway via Spadina Avenue onramp and the 401 via Bathurst and Allen Road.
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Location of Soho Lofts Starwood Centre Condos at 477 Richmond Street W
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