The original structure of the Glebe Lofts hails back to 1912 when it was built as an extension for the Riverdale Presbyterian Church. More recently, it was converted into 32 multi-level hard lofts by the renowned architect, J. Wilson Gray. Each suite features large and open floor plans, vaulted ceilings and thermopane windows that reveal the church’s historic structural tresses.
During construction and renovations, both the building and design choices were made in favour of optimizing the potential of this amazing building. For example, they incorporated solid masonry demising walls, installed superior thermal and acoustical insulation and made sure the heating systems boasted high efficacy. Additionally, all of the electrical and mechanical systems in the lofts are new and top of the line.
Because the suites were custom designed for individual purchasers, the Glebe Lofts have a one-of-a-kind feel. Living in these lofts is truly a unique and enviable experience. Most lofts also have a balcony or terrace that overlooks Toronto’s Riverdale neighbourhood. Located at 660 Pape Avenue, just south of the Danforth, residents have a great view of everything their neighbourhood has to offer.
The Glebe Lofts are conveniently located near boutiques, cafes, fitness centres and some of the Danforth’s finest restaurants. Also known as Greektown, keep your eyes peeled for standout examples of Mediterranean cuisine including Mezes and Pan on the Danforth. Plus, in the summer, you’ll have a front row seat to the annual Taste of the Danforth.