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Boiler Factory Lofts

189 Queen St E, Toronto

By Paul De Haas
For Sale
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For Rent
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Average Psf
-
Size Range
890-2191 sqft
Age Of Building
16 years

Overview
Originally built in the 1880s, this old boiler factory was converted into beautiful modern residences in 2003. With an excellent location on Queen Street East right across from Moss Park, Boiler Factory Lofts is a perfect urban residence with a rustic charm.
Containing only 11 Toronto lofts across three-storeys, this property offers a good range of layouts with all the desired features of authentic loft-conversions such as exposed brick, hardwood floors, huge windows, exposed beams and posts that support soaring ceilings up to 14-feet high, plus private balconies. Many of the units in this building were custom-designed by the original purchasers, making this a good choice for those seeking a unique and original space. Plus, the property has a great array of amenities for both active and leisurely lifestyles.
Right across the street from Moss Park, residents at Boiler Factory Lofts are in a convenient spot to hop on the Queen streetcar to enjoy its eclectic shops, cool galleries, funky cafes, or explore the culinary delights of the St. Lawrence Market.

Most Notable Features
Private terraces: Boiler Factory Lofts really does have it all, from the beautiful and authentic conversion features to the private 235-square foot terraces in each suite. Living in the city, there is nothing like having your own outdoor space where you can enjoy a breath of fresh air, observe the neighbourhood from a bird’s eye view, or gaze up at the stars.
Amazing amenities: The amenities offered at Boiler Factory Lofts are unusual for a loft-conversion building and rather impressive compared to some other downtown Toronto condos. Residents can enjoy a fitness centre, swimming pool, common rooftop deck, plus the building is pet-friendly. What more could you ask for?
Doorstep TTC: A major perk with Boiler Factory Lofts is the direct access to the Queen Street TTC, with stops at Jarvis and Sherbourne Streets. It’s a convenient and dependable travel option that can zip residents west to Toronto’s core or east to Leslieville and the Beaches. And it’s right outside your door.

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Building Details 189 Queen St E

Storeys:
3
Units:
11
Corp #:
TSCC-1539
Management Company:
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BBQ Permitted
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Common Element
Building Insurance
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Avg Rent Price per Sqft : $2.58/sqft

Based on 1 recent rentals at 189 Queen St E, Toronto

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About 189 Queen St E, Toronto


Living in one of these amazing loft-conversions at 189 Queen Street, residents will be immersed in a newly revitalized urban neighbourhood with many lovely green spaces surrounding. Coffee lovers will go nuts for the many local cafes such as Cafe260 and Fahrenheit Coffee. Plus you can easily pop over to Toronto’s St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood, the Eaton Centre at Yonge and Dundas, as well as Leslieville to the east. This neighbourhood boasts a lot of great eateries, including Schnitzel Queen for some Eastern European dinners, AAA Bar on Adelaide for a Texas-style BBQ joint, and Pearl Diver for a seafood restaurant with different menu every day.
Looking for local groceries? You can find a variety of grocery stores and markets down on Front Street, including the world-famous St. Lawrence Farmers’ Market.
For a slice of the outdoors, look no further than Moss Park across the street, as well as Corktown Common to the east, or Regent Park and Riverdale Farm to the north.

This area enjoys a 96 Walk Score, with many urban conveniences nearby. Downtown travel is easy with streetcar lines running along Queen and King Street. And for drivers, the closest highway is the Gardiner Expressway via Sherbourne Street.