Triplex Toronto Loft

When I think about loft, usually it’s raw walls, industrial vibe in the middle of a city. This Toronto home shows there is another way-inspired by NY lofts.

Candy Factory Loft Penthouse

Situated in a turn of the century candy factory, this 2700 sf loft penthouse suite by Johnson Chou was one of Toronto’s first residential adaptive re-use projects of its kind. The owner, an avid sportsman with a penchant for traveling to remote areas to camp in the wilderness, requested a residence that evoked, within an urban context, a sense of the landscape he loved so much.

Live Work Loft

Canadian architects Wonder Inc. designed this chic live work loft where the owner – an artist – could let his creativity run wild. Inside, the minimalist interiors feature white walls and ceilings that bounce light around and light up every corner. Hanging on the clean bright walls, artwork catches the eye and creates an art-gallery atmosphere.

The Wrigley Lofts

Originally a gum factory, The Wrigley Building dates back to the early 1900s. Freight elevators complement the industrial motif, and if you’re lucky, a few units have a freight elevator that enters right into the loft!

Abbey Lofts

Talk about divine design. This 2,700-square-foot penthouse sits inside the bell tower of a historic Toronto church, a 100-year-old Medieval Revival masterpiece that was converted into the Abbey Lofts in 2008.

Riverdale Loft

Originally a printing press factory, this Toronto building was converted into lofts many years ago. Since then, the units are in dire need of an update, and require a reconsideration for the interaction between original features with comfortable living.