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Industrial Revolution II

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670 Richmond St W

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corp #
MTCC 1193
building type
Low-Rise
Developer
Bob Mitchell
number of suites
12
storeys
2
property mgmt co
FirstService Residential
smallest unit
1090 FT2
largest unit
1090 FT2
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A former Decca Records warehouse, Industrial Revolution II are a collection of 12 first-class hard lofts in Queen West. A grand two or three levels, they are finished with hardwood floors, exposed brick and steel and ceiling heights of 12-20 feet. All units have fireplaces and ground level suites have patios, while the three-level upper lofts have terraces with gas hookups for the BBQ. Settled in a great location, Queen West is known for its selection of drinking and dining establishments, so there's no shortage of options right outside your door. If you'd rather stay home and cook, groceries can be found at Loblaws, which is a five-minute walk away. Georgia Scherman Projects and Queen West Art Crawl are all within walking distance and could be a great way to spend some downtime and explore some art. For nearby green space, Stanley Park, Saint Andrew's Playground and Alexandra Park could be a great place to go and catch some fresh air or to take your dog for a walk. Industrial Revolution II is steps to the famous 501 Streetcar that cuts a path along the length of Queen St, running east- and westbound. Getting to the West End, Midtown or just about anywhere in the city could not be easier and, of course, connections to Union Station bring you to GO Transit, VIA Rail and the UP Express to Pearson International Airport. For drivers, you do have underground parking available, and the closest highway is the Gardiner Expressway via the Spadina Ave onramp, making it easy for you to get around Toronto and beyond.

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