If you’re looking for bright, spacious, downtown Toronto lofts, Space Lofts are a choice spot nestled in the beautiful St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood. With a sleek glass terraced design, Space Lofts stands near the intersection of Richmond and Sherbourne. The building offers 12 storeys, over 220 units from studios to two-bedrooms, with many different suite layouts and exposures, some with beautiful balcony views of the city.
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It’s the best of both worlds: Space Lofts’ first eight floors are two-storey soft lofts, and the upper floors are modern Toronto condos. So if the feel and convenience of the location appeals to you, it’s likely you’ll also find a suite design to match. Bright, spacious designs: Space Lofts’ suites maximize size and brightness with floor to ceiling windows and over 16-foot high ceilings, creating a sleek loft feeling that really lives up to its name. Your connected: The building maintains an online community forum where you can meet your neighbours, ask questions, find answers, and enjoy a sense of community.
At 255 Richmond Street East, there are a multitude of fantastic restaurants in the nearby vicinity, some of the best are Carbon Bar at Queen and Church, Hot House at Church and Front as well as The George Street Diner which is right on your doorstep. You're also a short stroll to the Distillery District, which is chock full of great restaurants and cafés. Groceries can be found at the amazing St Lawrence Market, just a short walk away, with No Frills around the corner. If you're in the mood for some entertainment, The Classical Theatre Project and Rainbow Cinema Market Square are two neighbourhood hotspots. Hoping to enjoy some fresh air or take your dog for a walk, Saint James Park and Market Lane Park offer public green space, as well you’re reasonably close to the Orphan's Green dog park a few blocks east. Space Lofts is also only a short walk from the Eaton Centre and the shops and restaurants of Yonge Street.
The building is just a step away from the TTC, the Richmond Street bus and the Queen Street streetcar. For drivers, the closest highway is the Gardiner Expressway via the Sherbourne Street onramp, only a two-minute drive, making it easier to get around Toronto.