Edge Lofts is a 66-unit newly constructed loft building at the edge of Riverside and Corktown at 625 Queen Street East. This area is one of Toronto’s up-and-coming neighbourhoods with new and trendy storefronts opening up along the street. Some of the great local establishments include Dark Horse Espresso Bar, Prohibition Gastro House and PicNic Wine Bar. There are also music venues, art galleries and antique furniture boutiques.
Built by Streetcar Developments, Edge Lofts is one of the newer residential projects in the area. One of the many advantages to being hot on the scene is unobstructed views from the building’s top floors. Residents can enjoy the view of Toronto’s skyline from their private balcony or terrace. The large energy-efficient windows in each of the units offer additional panoramic views while letting in lots of natural light.
Other unit features include polished concrete floors, 10” ceilings, stainless steel appliances, deep soaker tubs and open concept kitchens. These soft lofts were inspired by warehouse/factory conversions with industrial finishes such as brushed chrome faucets and stone countertops. They are modern, contemporary residences with unlimited interior design opportunities.
On the rooftop of this 6 storey building, you will find a 1420 sq. ft. communal indoor/outdoor terrace with BBQs. Edge Lofts also has an exercise room and a security system. You will also have access to a vehicle share program with dedicated parking. For residents who prefer to drive, Edge Lofts is conveniently located just east of the Don Valley Parkway. For residents who prefer to use transit, the Queen streetcar runs 24-hours a day and can deliver you directly to the subway station at Yonge Street.
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