The Printing Factory Lofts is a large complex of lofts, condos and townhouses. There are 254 units and they range in size from 544 sq. ft. studios to 1349 sq. ft. Sky Lofts. Some of the units have balconies and others are multi-level. A few of the lofts boast ceilings as high as 24”. To truly understand the scope of options available, you should explore this building in person.
Located at 201 Carlaw Avenue, the original structure of the building was used to house printing presses in 1913. At that time, this area of Toronto around Queen Street East was the industrial hub of the city. These days, the neighbourhood (known as Leslieville) is rich in history and character because of all the well-preserved turn-of-the-century architecture.
To maintain the ambience of the neighbourhood, The Printing Factory Lofts feature sophisticated minimalism with an industrial edge. The kitchens are stylish with brushed metal hardware, stone countertops and Euro-style slab cabinetry. Likewise, the bathrooms have porcelain tile floors, soaker tubs and designer metal finish accessories. Industrial finishes include steel columns, concrete ceilings and exposed metal ductwork.
Life in Toronto’s east end is perfect for anyone who commutes to other parts of the city or out to the GTA. Nearby, you will find major highways like the Don Valley Parkway and Lakeshore Boulevard. Residents at The Printing Factory Lofts also enjoy the convenience of underground parking. The only other amenities are storage lockers, a party room and a meeting room—that means low maintenance fees. Just more icing on the cake!
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