Industrial Revolution Ⅰ at 676 Richmond St W, Toronto 0
Industrial Revolution Ⅰ at 676 Richmond St W, Toronto 1

Industrial Revolution Ⅰ

676 Richmond St W, Toronto

For Sale
For Rent
Average Psf
Size Range
620 sqft
Age Of Building
25 years

Loft conversion pioneers Bob Mitchell & Associates are behind these outstanding Queen West condos on a quiet tree lined portion of Richmond Street West. Industrial Revolution I is a former knitting mill that now is home to 20 character-filled, high quality hard lofts, known for their exposed brick and beam, hardwood floors, and large windows. You won't find fancy amenities here, but modern conveniences are included like air conditioning, underground parking and gas hook ups for BBQs outside. Almost every one of the suites has a terrace or patio and all of them have fireplaces. Some are multi-level and run as large as 2000 square feet.
Sound like home? The only downside about Industrial Revolution I is that these downtown Toronto condos are so exceptional, you won't see many of them coming up for sale. Working with an experienced Realtor might give you the edge you need.

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Parking Garage
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BBQ Permitted
Bike Storage

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Avg. Rent Price per Sqft : $3.39/sqft

Based on 1 recent rentals at 676 Richmond St W, Toronto

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Condos rented at Industrial Revolution Ⅰ within the past twelve months

About 676 Richmond St W, Toronto

There is a lot on offer around Industrial Revolution Ⅰ. If you love coffee, try Niche Coffee & Tea Company or Rsquared Café. Some close places to grab a bite are Ali Baba Middle East Cuisine and Enzo Pizzabar, and of course Queen West is known for its selection of drinking and dining establishments, so there's no shortage of options. If you'd rather stay home and cook, groceries can be found at Loblaws, which is a five-minute walk away. Susan Hobbs, Georgia Scherman Projects and Queen West Art Crawl are all within walking distance and could be a great way to spend some down time.
For nearby green space, Stanley Park, Saint Andrew's Playground and Alexandra Park could be good to get out of your condo and catch some fresh air or to take your dog for a walk. As for close-by schools, St Mary Elementary School and Niagara Street Junior Public School are a short walk away.

Industrial Revolution Ⅰ is steps to the famous 501 Streetcar that cuts a path along the length of Queen St, running east- and westbound. Getting to the West End, Midtown | Central or just about anywhere in the city could not be easier and, of course connections to Union Station bring you to GO Transit, VIA Rail and the UP Express to Pearson International Airport.
For drivers, the closest highway is the Gardiner Expressway via the Spadina Ave onramp, making it easy to get around Toronto and beyond.
Gareth Reid
Sales Representative Inc., Brokerage