Originally a CBC props warehouse, 90 Sumach was converted into the Brewery Lofts by the Sorbara Group – a property development firm that is no stranger to controversy. Not a stranger to loft developments either, Sorbara has completed several successful projects including Broadview Lofts and Sixty Lofts.
Located slightly north of Queen Street East, the Brewery Lofts are close to the waterfront, St. Lawrence Market and Toronto’s Financial and Entertainment Districts. The area is full of restaurants, cafes, boutiques, specialty stores and outdoor trails. In fact, from 90 Sumach you have access to the Lower Don Bikeway, the Rosedale Valley Bike Path and the Martin Goodman Trail.
There are just over 100 units in this building and they are all prime examples of architectural excellence. Ceilings at Brewery Lofts soar at 14” and new windows were cut into the original façade to make them even bigger. The lofts feature polished concrete floors, maple cabinetry, walk-in closets and marble spa bathrooms.
Ranging between 750 to 3000+ sq. ft., the lofts were all designed to be open concept, bright live/work spaces. Many of the units have balconies and the penthouses have rooftop terraces. In the building you will also find a fitness room, a party room and conference areas. There are not many extra expenses which keeps the maintenance fees low.
Additionally, the Brewery Lofts is a convenient address for anyone who regularly needs to get around the city. There are streetcars on Parliament and Queen which deliver you to subway stations and the nearby highways, the Don Valley Parkway for example, make commuting to the Greater Toronto Area hassle-free.