The Knitting Mill Lofts at 426 Queen St E, Toronto 0
The Knitting Mill Lofts at 426 Queen St E, Toronto 1

The Knitting Mill Lofts

426 Queen St E, Toronto

For Sale
1
For Rent
0
Average Psf
$1,088(past 365 days)
Size Range
561-1,377 sqft
Age Of Building
23 years

Overview
Formerly an industrial building of the early 1900s, The Knitting Mill Lofts was converted into modern hard-loft residences in 1998. It can be found on Queen Street East at Sackville Street, just south of Regent Park.
As a designated heritage building, the history of The Knitting Mill Lofts can be seen in the original red brick walls, heavy structural beams, exposed ductwork and exceptionally tall windows. Today, the property stands at just four-storeys and offers 28 Toronto lofts, all of which enjoy spacious floor plans that range from bachelor apartments to two-bedroom suites. It’s a charming residence that could be perfect for young professionals desiring a modern space to live and work, with some of the lower level units showcasing an enclave office space. But they are also great spaces for anyone seeking a truly authentic loft-conversion feel with beauitful hardwood floors and tons of sunlight.
Situated between Corktown and Regent Park, The Knitting Mill 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
Trefann Court: The Knitting Mill Lofts reside within a small community known as Trefann Court, between Parliament and River Street along Queen. Once an industrial centre, the area is now known for its history of urban renewal resistance and the preservation of older architecture, acting as an inspiration for the city planning behind Toronto’s St. Lawrence Market area.
Convenient TTC access: One great perk about these downtown Toronto condos is the direct access to the Queen Street streetcar. Residents will love the convenience of doorstep TTC that can zip them along to Yonge Street, the subway, or east into Leslieville and Toronto’s Beaches.
Pets allowed: Part of the charm and character of many lofts in Toronto is the friendliness towards pets. Cats will love basking in the sunshine from the huge warehouse windows, and dogs will enjoy a neighbourhood filled with quaint streets and green-filled parks.

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Building Details

Storeys:
4
Units:
28
Corp #:
MTCC-1222
1
Elevator
1
Pets
1
Public Transit
1
Security Guard
1
Security System

Included in Maintenance Fees

1
Common Element
1
Building Insurance
1
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115
th
Price Per Sqft Rank: 115th

Highest price per sqft out of 446 condos in Downtown

$
1089
/sqft
Avg. Price per Sqft : $1089/sqft

Based on 2 recent sales at 426 Queen St E, Toronto

$
2.83
/sqft
Avg. Rent Price per Sqft : $2.83/sqft

Based on 2 recent rentals at 426 Queen St E, Toronto

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0.7
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Area Comparison : -0.7%

Less expensive than Regent Park condos for sale

7
days
Avg. days on Market : 7 days

At the The Knitting Mill Lofts

2
units
Sales Volume : #2

Condos sold at The Knitting Mill Lofts within the past twelve months

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About 426 Queen St E, Toronto


With a beautiful loft at 426 Queen Street East, residents will be immersed in a newly revitalized urban neighbourhood 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 Sukhothai for a comfortable and laid-back Thai restaurant.
For groceries and other household items, you can find FreshCo at Parliament and Dundas. Or for a more eclectic shopping experience walk north to Regent Park every Wednesday from June to September for a friendly farmers’ market.
The Knitting Mill Lofts is very close to many great outdoor green spaces including Regent Park, Allan Gardens, Moss Park, Corktown Common, plus Riverdale Farm to the north and the Don Valley trails.

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.
James McNally
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