The most spacious lofts in Toronto are easily found within the walls of 468 Wellington Street West. They are approximately 5000 sq. ft. in size and feature private elevators. Each space boasts 3 walls of warehouse-style windows because there are only 2 lofts on each floor. With only 10 lofts in total, this building as exclusive as it is extravagant.
Converted from the historic 1915 Butterick Publishing Building, 468 Wellington is a landmark in the King West neighbourhood. Each unit features 14” ceilings, exposed brick, classic wood beams and fireplaces. The open concept layouts are perfect for creative interior designs and artwork displays.
In between Bathurst Street and Spadina Avenue, 468 Wellington is right in Toronto’s downtown core. It’s close to the Fashion District, Entertainment District and Financial District—and yet, there’s a certain quaintness to this tree-lined residential street. All the hustle and bustle of Toronto is steps away from your front door, but not quite directly outside of it.
This King West neighbourhood is a popular area for loft buildings and condominiums alike. Some of the nearby developments include 560 Fashion House, Glas Condos, Westside Lofts and the SoHo Metropolitan Residences. I’ve profiled many developments in this area because it’s an upscale community in a truly downtown environment.
Residents at 468 Wellington are moments away from many of the cities hottest restaurants, galleries, bars, lounges and nightspots. The area offers high quality cuisine and entertainment at every turn. For destinations beyond this district, the King, Bathurst and Spadina streetcars make it easy to travel at any time of day or night.