Located at 90 Broadview just south of Queen Street, this stylish building boasts a unique structure that houses the pre-existing Coca-Cola bottling plant that was built in 1933. With its unique U shape, large columns and clay-toned façade, this Toronto loft boasts some unique characteristics that blend seamlessly with the surrounding streetscape.
The Ninety’s architecture, open concept layouts and exposed concrete will appeal to buyers seeking a unique urban lifestyle. Long considered one of Toronto’s roughest neighbourhoods, the intersection of Queen and Broadview is now undergoing a transformation, with new shops, services and restaurants springing up in the neighbourhood.
Most Notable Features
A striking lobby: The Ninety’s lobby will feature such unique features as an all-black colour scheme, high-gloss lacquers, marble, herringbone-laid porcelain tile and bright metallic gold details.
Unique characteristics: Not only does The Ninety have an expansive courtyard – an unusual feature for a building in the downtown core - but it also offers trees and sitting areas with seating and tables.
Features and finishes: This building boasts nine- to ten-foot ceilings, engineered hardwood, European-style cabinetry and porcelain floor tile.
Individual temperature control: With individually controlled heating and air conditioning, residents need never be too old or too cold.
There are lots of great eateries in this neighbourhood, including The Ninety, Coyote Willie Tex Mex, Prohibition Gastrohouse and Sliced, to name a few. Caffeine addicts can get their fix at Dark Horse Espresso Bar. Running low on supplies? You’ll find all the staples you need at Riverside Market. Culture lovers can explore Hang Man Gallery and Riverside. For nearby green space, Joel Weeks Park, 507 ANTIQUES and McCleary Playground are ideal spots to catch some fresh air or to take your dog for a walk. As for nearby schools, Queen Alexandra Middle School and First Nations Junior and Senior School of Toronto are all close by.
Transit users, take note: The Ninety has a TTC transit stop just steps away. For drivers, the closest highway is the Don Valley Pkwy via the Don Roadway.