With 2 structures at 2 different addresses, Sixty Lofts is a luxury residential complex with something for everyone. Built by Sorbara Development Group, alongside Quadrangle Architects, the units available range between 453 and 1640 sq. ft. and feature high quality finishes.
Within the 11-storey glass building at 60 Bathurst there are 142 lofts, some with 2 floors. They feature quality zinc and opaque panels which blend seamlessly with the building’s exterior.
At 60 Niagara, there are only 30 units. It’s a 6-storey red brick building with a semi-private elevator in the foyer. Each loft in this structure includes at least 2 balconies, terraces and/or gardens. Some even have private courtyards.
Regardless of their address, the units in Sixty Lofts are bright, open and modern. The interiors were designed by II by IV, a firm that has won multiple awards for their work all over North America. Some of their celebrated work in Toronto includes Toy Factory Lofts, Minto Skyy and Eleven Residences.
The Sixty Lofts are another example of their contemporary and innovative style. The units boast manufactured hardwood flooring, track lighting and 10” concrete ceilings. Additionally, residents also enjoy amenities such as underground parking, 24-hour security, storage lockers and bicycle racks.
Close to the Entertainment, Fashion and Financial Districts, Sixty Lofts is in a highly desirable location. The area is chock full of trendy restaurants, cafes, galleries, boutiques and specialty stores. Play a round of pool at the Academy of Spherical Arts in Liberty Village, check out a band at Horseshoe Tavern on Queen Street West or stay close to home and grab a drink at Wheat Sheaf Tavern, Toronto’s oldest pub.