Converted from a century old Ce De Candy Co. factory, the Candy Factory Lofts is a spectacular hard loft development with 121 units. Located at 933 Queen Street West, at the corner of Queen and Shaw, the 6-storey building has become a landmark is this trendy part of Toronto.
Completed in 2000 by Metro Ontario Group, the Candy Factory Lofts feature 14” ceilings, exposed brick, real hardwood floors, large windows and wide hallways. The floorplans are open concept with bedrooms on a mezzanine and granite countertop islands in the kitchen. Some of the units have undergone custom upgrades by previous owners.
Ranging from 800 to 4000 sq. ft., the largest units at the Candy Factory Lofts are 2 storey penthouses with spiral staircases. These exclusive units are also the only ones to feature private walkout terraces. Luckily for the rest of Candy Factory’s residents, one of the many amenities offered is a rooftop terrace with a great view of the city.
Yes, this is one of those rare hard loft developments with hotel-like amenities. There’s a 24-hour concierge, a party room, a guest suite, a fitness centre and underground parking. Despite those in-house perks, the maintenance fees are reasonable.
The Candy Factory Lofts’ address is undoubtedly one of the factors that contributes to the popularity of this building. At 993 Queen Street West, you are in the heart of a neighbourhood known for its art and culture. Across the street, there is the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art and all around you will find acclaimed dining spots that satisfy every taste.