Formerly a Toronto Hydro storage facility, the Madison Avenue Lofts were converted into art-déco style residences in 2009. Located in the sought-after Casa Loma - one of Toronto's most in-demand neighbourhoods - these lofts boast high ceilings, exposed-duct work and industrial detailing. Toronto loft offers residents a mix of traditional design and industrial features, seamlessly blending traditional interior doors and basements with industrial-style black-painted window frames.
Located a stone’s throw from the posh shopping districts of Bloor West, Yorkville and the Wynchwood Barns Farmers Market, this Toronto condo for sale is also close to Roycroft Park, offering residents an abundance of green space in the heart of the city’s most exclusive neighbourhood.
Most Notable Features
Suite layouts: The Madison Avenue Lofts offer warm, funky suites and generous, open concept layouts. With 14-foot ceilings and exposed concrete, residents will appreciate the airy feel and plenty of natural light. In the bathrooms, the floor-to-ceiling white tiles lend a modern, boutique hotel vibe. These loftsalso feature colourful finishes for even more flair.
Searching for your next favourite eatery? Flor De Sal, Red Raven and Annex Bar and Grill are ideal spots to hang out with friends. Caffeine addicts can get their fix at Avocado Sandwich and Superjet International.
Need to stock your shelves? Gabys Groceries, Food Plus Market and Food Depot should fit the bill. For entertainment options, just check out Casa Loma, Spadina Museum (City of Toronto Historic Sites), Queen's Own Rifles of Canada Regimental Museum (The) and Berenson Fine Art to keep you occupied for hours. If it’s green space you’re after, Roycroft Park and Jean Sibelius Square are great places to catch a breath of fresh air and watch the world go by.
Transit users, take note. Residents can hop on the TTC bus stop just a few steps away or catch the subway at Dupont station. For drivers, the closest highway is the Don Valley Pkwy via Bayview Ave.