Well isn’t this sweet? Welcome to one of the most unique and sought after buildings in Toronto. This authentic hard loft has plenty of charm, including huge cathedral style windows overlooking Crawford, original beams, and exposed ductwork. The light filled living and dining space is an entertainers dream, with enough room for a full living room, as well as 10 person dining room table. Current owners created den (with a super vintage yellow door), however room could be turned back into spectacular additional living space with the removal of one wall. Open concept kitchen has sleek full size appliances, marble backsplash, and an extra large island.
Step outside to the hippest neighbourhood in Toronto (and second in the world courtesy of Vogue!). With Trinity Bellwoods Park at your doorstep, and the best restaurants in the city mere steps away, you don’t have to go far to live your best life.
A little history …
The Candy Factory Lofts (993 Queen St), used to be home to the Ce De Candy Company; think Rockets & Fizzers. In 1999 the Metro Ontario Group completed the restoration and conversation of the building into 121 lofts, all with high ceilings, authentic loft features such as exposed brick, beams and ductwork, as well as beautiful large windows.
The Candy Factory is now one of the most sought after loft buildings in Toronto.