Converted from the historic Toronto Hydro building, Madison Ave Lofts now houses 252 residential units. The lofts, which range from 545 to 1800 sq. ft., feature the building’s original 1950’s Art Deco architecture.
Built by The Burnac Group and designed by the renowned architect, Paul Northgrave, the lofts combine industrial elements with a modern aesthetic. Exposed metal columns and ductwork are complimented by 14″ ceilings with 12″ windows to illustrate the potential of loft conversions in the hands of capable architects. With a portfolio that includes Absolute Lofts, the Sears Merchandise Building and The Monet, Paul Northgrave proves that he is more than capable, once again.
The interior design team responsible for the Madison Ave Lofts has won many awards for the work they’ve done on other lofts in the city including the Brewery Lofts, the Broadview Lofts and the Toy Factory Lofts. II By IV Design Associates consistently bring style and elegance with an urban industrial edge to their work.
You will be able to grasp the talent involved in making Madison Ave Lofts just by standing in the dramatic lobby. There you will also find a 24-hour concierge and a state-of-the-art elevator that takes you from underground parking to barbeque-equipped rooftop terrace. The building also offers a fitness centre, a media screening room and a private function room with a large kitchen.
I’ve chosen Madison Ave Lofts for SelectCondos because of the caliber of its design and the convenience of the surrounding neighbourhood. Located in Toronto’s Annex neighbourhood, right by Casa Loma, this area has a wide variety of restaurants, cafes, banks, boutiques and specialty stores. The nearby Dupont subway station also makes transportation to other parts of the city easily accessible.