Stewart Lofts is a boutique soft loft building close to the intersection of Bathurst and King Street West. If there was ever a development to make you rethink Toronto soft lofts, this is it. Upon entering the lobby, the exposed brick and concrete detailing will make you feel like the structure was converted from a historic structure.
In actual fact, this is a new building that was expertly designed with hardwood floors, 9” ceilings, concrete mushroom columns, exposed metal piping and drop down sliding doors. Built by Harhay Construction, Stewart Lofts is an 8 storey building with 47 units. The sizes range from 480 sq. ft. junior 1 bedrooms to a 2000 sq. ft. penthouse with a private 40 ft. outdoor lap pool and a private elevator.
Located at 32 Stewart Street, residents at Stewart Lofts will find themselves in the heart of Toronto’s downtown core. This is an area for people who like to entertain and be entertained. Only 1 block north, on King Street West, there is Blowfish Restaurant & Saki Bar, the Dolce Social Ballroom and Wheat Sheaf Tavern, Toronto’s oldest pub.
From 32 Stewart Street, you’ll be able to walk to Harbourfront, Liberty Village, the Fashion District and the Financial District. By taking a short stroll to nearby event venues such as the Rogers Centre, residents can easily avoid parking and heavy traffic. For destinations in other parts of the city, streetcars on King, Queen, Spadina and Bathurst can get you where you need to go, including the St. Andrew subway station.