In a city of condos, a true hard loft conversion, in one of Toronto’s most enviable neighbourhoods, is akin to a real estate unicorn. But that’s what you’ll find at 111-68 Broadview Avenue: A rare, one-of-a-kind home. Located within the historic Broadview Lofts, this one-bed, one-bath, 772-square-foot-unit is full of custom details, from the extra wide stainless steel industrial-style door, to the vaulted wood ceilings. The kitchen has been meticulously updated with stainless steel appliances and butcher block island, while polished concrete floors, exposed brick, and quartz countertops round out the factory-chic aesthetic. Unique industrial grid windows flood the open concept living space with light, and ground-floor location offers easy outdoor access. The building’s amenities include 24-hour concierge, rooftop terrace, and party room. Parking and locker are included.
This loft is also conveniently situated, just steps from the arts and gastro scene at Queen Street and Broadview Avenue, and near the trendy Distillery District and Leslieville neighbourhoods. Nearby Jimmie Simpson Park offers plenty of green space, family amenities and programs, while iconic Riverdale Park – and its famous tobogganing hills – is located just to the north. There’s also convenient access to multiple TTC lines, the Gardiner Expressway and Don Valley Parkway, in addition to extremely high walk, bike and transit scores.
Get in touch with Brittany Kostov today to learn more about 111-68 Broadview Avenue.
111-68 Broadview Avenue | Toronto | 772 square feet | $589,000 | Brittany Kostov, Zoocasa