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Richard Bigley Lofts

98 Queen St E, Toronto

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    Average Psf
    $448(past 365 days)
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    2044 sqft
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    Originally constructed in 1876, the property owes itself to Mr. Bigley, a smart businessman well known for selling ‘Happy Thought’ stoves and for putting his name on buildings. In 1997, Live/Work Inc. converted the space into three unique and exclusive Church Street Corridor experience stretching from Church Street restaurants and clubs, Yonge-Dundas Square nightlife, the Eaton Centre, Ryerson University, all the way to Yorkville shopping and Queen Street’s exciting music scene. In the 1970’s, it was the workspace of Eb Zeidler, the architect behind the Eaton Centre. So, how will you be remembered?
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    Avg Rent Price per Sqft : $2.32/sqft

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    Home to the annual LGBTQ Pride Parade, Church Street is a fun and friendly place, just a short walk or TTC hop from Yonge-Dundas Square, Massey Hall, Ed Mirvish Theatre, plus all the tech and fashion outlet shopping of the Eaton Centre. Not to mention the nightlife of Yonge Street and Queen Street’s many live music venues, cafés, bars and boutique shops. A few local hot spots to check out include Carbon Bar on Queen Street for smoke-meats and cocktails, Golden Thai Restaurant on Church Street, and anyone who loves espresso will have to check out Fahrenheit Coffee on Lombard Street.
    For local grocery stores, you can find Express To Go on Queen Street East, as well as Luciano’s NoFrills on Front Street, and Loblaws at Maple Leaf Gardens on Carlton Street.
    For outdoor green space, Richard Bigley Lofts is just down the street from Moss Park, and you’re just a short walk to the popular Allan Gardens.

    The Church Street Corridor has a 98 Walk Score, with nearby bicycle-friendly streets like College and Richmond. If you want to zip around the city, the Queen Street streetcar can connect you easily to east and west destinations, plus the Yonge-University subway line is within walking distance. For car-owners, the area is easily navigable with access to the Gardiner Expressway via Jarvis Street and the Don Valley Parkway via Davies Street off of Queen Street East