The Epitomy of Cool Loft Living Inside The Iconic
Achieve your lofty goals in this stunning Toy Factory residence
225 sq. ft.
Toy Factory Lofts by Lanterra Developments is one of the most desirable and coveted lofts in the city. It consists of three different buildings combined into one with the iconic conversions completed in 2008. The original former Irwin Toy Factory was built around the turn of the 20th century and features an abundance of industrial design with oversized ceiling heights, exposed concrete, steel beamed ceilings and other charming details best experienced in person. The well-kept Toy Factory Lofts also boast some of the lowest monthly maintenance fees in the city - about half the city wide average from a price per square foot.
You get a sense of airiness and grandeur as soon as you step inside and are greeted by 14 foot ceilings. The den to the left of the front hall is currently being used as an office and den, but can easily be converted to an oversized second bedroom. It's large enough to fit a Queen sized bed with side tables and wardrobe. As you continue down the impressive entrance hall you'll pass a large four-piece bath, good sized coat closet and ensuite laundry. Right before you make it to the main living quarters there is the elegantly elevated bedroom with its own ensuite bath. And then there’s the almost 18 foot wide floor to ceiling warehouse style windows. This is the real show piece of the unit and provides a view of the private east facing sun drenched 225 square foot terrace. A true outdoor entertainers oasis.
What does the remaining interior space provide? Sky high concrete ceilings and industrial style exposed duct work, a dining area that comfortably seats six, an endlessly configurable living room, and kitchen that'll be a joy to work and entertain in. This is truly a rare space among thousands of cookie cutter condo units in the city.
Enjoy the benefits of living at the Toy Factory with:
Furnished lobby and lounge
24 hour concierge
Landscaped outdoor terrace, lounge and entertainment areas
Business centre with furnished boardroom
Multi-purpose party/entertainment room
Fitness centre including washrooms and change rooms
Closed circuit camera monitoring at select building entry points
Security cameras in garage/parking areas
King W Streetcar Stop
194m, 3 min walk
Liberty Village is populated with exquisitely beautiful century old buildings that create a unique live - work - play atmosphere and outside of its large residential base, is home to tech companies, film production companies and a plethora of restaurants, pubs and coffee shops. From great patios for Sunday brunch to gyms, grocery stores, and independent shops, there's something for everyone in this ultra convenient charming neighbouhood.
10m, 1 min walk
270m, 3 min walk
1.5km, 15 min walk
ARVO / 80 Atlantic Ave
Arvo has been serving up some of the best coffee in the community and with their huge patio they added wine to the mix in 2021 when they moved into their new space. The modern and minimalist cafe on the ground floor of a five-storey building is worlds apart from the historic feel of the first, with no exposed brick in sight. Caffeinated drinks and brunch options are available during the day starting at 8 a.m. Then the location turns into a full wine bar right in time for happy hour Tuesday to Saturday. With the same wines by the glass on the menu as in the bottle shop inside, it's a try before you buy sort of deal. Arvo is a neighbourhood favourite whether you're popping in for a morning coffee or taking a seat on the 38-seat patio for a sip of wine.
Altea Active Toronto / 25 Ordnance St
Altea Active Toronto is a state-of-the-art 89,000 square foot urban playground featuring the best in fitness, wellness, and social amenities. The club’s aquatic centre features a 25-meter lap pool alongside a KLAFS Polaris Ice Room. The club also features the largest cycling studio in Canada with 75 bikes and a 285-inch screen, a 2.500 square foot hot yoga studio, five boutique fitness studios and hosts more than 185 group fitness classes every week, and an open concept workout space with 250+ top-of-the-line cardio and strength training machines. Altea Active also offers an interactive Kid’s Club, as well as spacious, comfortable areas for social gatherings and private events.
Organic Garage / 42 Hanna Ave
Organic Garage is essentially a less expensive, Ontario-based version of a Whole Foods, dedicated to making healthy food affordable. Staples like produce, dairy and dry goods are all free of harmful ingredients compiled on the shop’s “Dump It List.” This location also features a roster of “hand-picked partners” serving up ready-made and made-to-order items like sushi and soft serve kefir. A salad bar has up to 20 different options at a time named after Toronto neighbourhoods, like a Front Street red skin potato salad, Bloor pasta salad or an Eglinton chickpea and flax. In addition to this, an 11-tap draft station pour various Station cold brews, including an organic coconut and mocha variety as well as Tonica kombucha.