If you’re looking for condos in King West, Quad Lofts should be at the top of your list. Completed in 2006, these “soft lofts” are more affordable than their factory conversion “hard loft” neighbours. They still feature many of the same qualities as hard lofts, like 10” ceilings and polished concrete floors, which make them the perfect compromise.
Quad Lofts is made up of 2 mid-rise buildings. Phase I, at 19 Brant Street, is a 9 storeys high with 80 units and Phase II, at 23 Brant Street, is 2 storeys taller with 134 units. Other features of the suites include gas cooktops, stainless steel appliances, large windows and floor to ceiling built-in storage cabinets.
Built by Cresford Developments, Quad Lofts is consistent with their brand of luxury urban residences such as Merchandise Lofts, Bloor Street Neighbourhood and Lofts 399. Like those other projects, the amenities in Quad Lofts offer enviable comfort and convenience. There’s a concierge on duty 24 hours a day, a party room, a conference centre, an exercise room, an indoor pool, saunas, billiards, a media screening room and 2 guest suites.
Surrounded by Queen, King, Spadina and Bathurst, there are even more amenities steps away from the building in the King West neighbourhood. This is one of Toronto’s trendiest downtown locations and the variety of restaurants, cafes, galleries, theatres and markets aptly reflect its urban appeal. Grab gourmet groceries from Fresh & Wild, try a new beer at Bier Markt and check out contemporary art at the Nicholas Metivier Gallery. All of those destinations, and more, are literally on your block.