535 Queen St E, Toronto

Carhart Lofts

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Alexander Evans
Alexander Evans
Sales Representative
Property.ca Inc., Brokerage
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Avg $339 per square foot
Built in 1999
2 floors/ 11 units
Low-Rise condo

Overview
The Carhart Lofts can be found inside an old jean factory in Toronto’s Corktown neighbourhood just down the street from where King and Queen meet. It’s a modest, two-storey building that was converted into beautiful hard-loft residences in 1999.
Homeowners are certain to love the authentic style of these 11 Toronto lofts, all of which are spacious and bright and range from one bedroom to two-bedrooms plus den. There is an expansive three-bedroom unit in the basement that spans the entire length of the building. But in all of these units, prospective homeowners can expect to find the mainstays of hard-loft conversions, such as exposed wood beams and original brick, beautiful hardwood flooring, and 12-foot ceilings. With large double-panel windows, there is a warm flow of natural light that achieves that perfect open-air loft feeling.
As a Corktown residence, Carhart Lofts offers residents a charming and revitalized neighbourhood filled with a wide array of cafes, restaurants, boutique shops, and pleasant parks and green spaces.

Most Notable Features
Spacious floor plans: The suites at Carhart Lofts are all roughly 1,500 square-feet, giving residents an ample amount of space without sacrificing a sense of comfort and coziness. Imagine a space that’s about twice as big as a standard downtown Toronto condo with lots of sunshine and warm earthy tones. Sounds nice, doesn’t it?
Queen Street TTC: A really nice perk about Carhart Lofts is the direct access to the Queen Street streetcar. Residents will love the convenience of doorstep TTC that can zip you across to Yonge Street, the subway, or east into Leslieville and Toronto’s Beaches.
Simple amenities: The amenities at Carhart Lofts are simple, designed for convenience and home comfort. The building provides a safe and secure parking garage and the welcoming vibes of a pet-friendly community.

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MTCC-1261
Date Registered
Jul 14, 1999
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About 535 Queen St E, Toronto


Living in a bright loft at 535 Queen Street East, residents will be enjoy an equally charming neighbourhood right outside their door. One of Toronto’s oldest neighbourhoods, Corktown is experiencing a steady revitalization with many lovely green spaces surrounding. 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 Odin Café + Bar on King Street, Magic Oven for gluten-free pizza and pasta, and Fusilli Ristorante for some delicious Italian food right next door.
For your weekly groceries and other household items, there is a FreshCo at Parliament and Dundas, Ray’s Discount & Convenience on Queen Street, and many others. If you'd prefer a more eclectic shopping experience, walk north to Regent Park every Wednesday from June to September for a friendly farmers’ market.
Carhart Lofts is nearby many lovely outdoor green spaces including Regent Park, Allan Gardens, Moss Park, Corktown Common, plus Riverdale Farm to the north and the Don Valley trails.

The Corktown 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.