The Best 10 Lofts in Toronto

We're loft junkies! Here are our 10 favourite lofts in Toronto...but you can read all our reviews here:

Wrigley Lofts - 245 Carlaw Avenue

This is the real loft deal. Authentic and brimming with character. Great Leslieville location doesn’t hurt either.

Sorauren Lofts - 347 Sorauren Avenue

Vintage loft that was once a ball-bearing factory. Industrial hallways with brushed metal doors, heavy pipes, ductwork and exposed wood-slat ceilings. If it’s possible to crush on a loft because of the hallways, we’re crushing.

Wallace Station Lofts - 371 Wallace Station

The coolest lofts you’ve never heard of. Open floor plans. Tons of character. And in the Junction Triangle...Toronto’s next best ‘hood.

Tannery Lofts - 736 Dundas

Wicked loft conversion with crazy tall ceilings, original brick and wood ceilings, beams with exposed ductwork.

Argyle Lofts - 183 Dovercourt Road

A former bread factory in the heart of Trinity Bellwoods neighbourhood. Oozes character and cool.

Gotham Lofts - 781 King Street West

Slat and beam ceilings. Exposed brick. Circular staircases. And a wicked King Street West location.

Oxford Lofts - 75 Markham Street

Authentic boutique loft conversion. Wood-burning fireplaces, private terraces, exposed beams and ductwork. This ain't Grandma's condo.

The Merchandise Building -135/155 Dalhousie St

One of Toronto's original and biggest loft conversions, the Merchandise Building lofts sport concrete pillars, massive windows and tall ceilings. Bonus: great facilities!

Robert Watson Lofts - 363/369 Sorauren Street

Originally a candy factory, these have all of the cool you'd expect from a converted loft, plus a killer Roncesvalles location.

Toy Factory Lofts - 43 Hanna Avenue

Authentic lofts in Liberty Village with high ceilings, original character and modern finishes. Bonus: extremely well-run building and low maintenance fees.