The Knitting Mill Lofts, at 426 Queen Street East, is a charming boutique residence in an up and coming area. Converted in 1997 by Paul de Haas, these hard lofts feature industrial-style modern finishes such as exposed brick, wood beams and hardwood floors. There are only 48 units within this historic warehouse structure and they range in size between 600 and 1500 sq. ft. The ceilings reach 11” and some of the units have been upgraded with renovations by previous owners.
In addition to The Knitting Mill Lofts, Paul de Haas is responsible for The Boiler Factory Lofts which can also be found on Queen Street East. The popularity of this east end Toronto location has increased with the recent influx of trendy restaurants, cafes, boutiques and bars. The Knitting Mill Loft, like other residences in the area, is a great investment because its value will continue to steadily appreciate.
Close to TTC streetcar stops on Queen, King and Parliament, The Knitting Mill Factory is a highly accessible location in Corktown. Residents who commute will enjoy 436 Queen Street East’s proximity to the Gardiner Expressway and the Don Valley Parkway.
Corktown is a quaint Toronto neighbourhood with local favourites like B Espresso, Dominion on Queen and Sweetgrass Spa. It’s also walkable to other city destination such as Moss Park, The Distillery District, The Esplanade and Dundas Square. The Knitting Mill Lofts is a fantastic opportunity to own a unique and authentic loft space in a neighbourhood that promises to keep on growing.