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Loretto Lofts


385 Brunswick Ave




corp #
TSCC 1896
building type
Context Development
number of suites
property mgmt co
YL Hendler Ltd.
smallest unit
586 FT2
largest unit
5570 FT2
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What we know about Loretto Lofts:

A Mr. Loft favourite, this Toronto Loft is located in the Annex, just a short stroll to the University of Toronto, the Bata Shoe Museum, the Royal Ontario Museum and much more. Originally the Loretto Abbey Day School designed in the Beaux-Arts style by architect Neil G. Beggs in 1914, this heritage building at 385 Brunswick Avenue was converted into residential Loretto lofts in 2007. Its low-rise stature at just five storeys makes this building feel intimate yet it contains 50 units, complete with 13 townhomes. The interiors are contemporary and elegant - this loft is all class. We also love the landscaped interior courtyard. But the best bit? Underground parking - a true rarity in hard loft conversions. There's also a gym and party room which, again, are not always easy to find in a historic conversion. The Loretto is next door to another stellar Toronto loft building - the School House Lofts. You can read about these two buildings and our other favourite Midtown lofts on our blog.

What's Nearby:

Loretto Lofts is a 4-minute walk from Aroma Espresso Bar for that morning caffeine fix and if you're not in the mood to cook, El Furniture Warehouse and New Generation Sushi are near this condo. Groceries can be found at Bulk Barn which is a 3-minute walk. Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema, The Bata Shoe Museum and Innis Town Hall are all within walking distance from 385 Brunswick Ave and could be a great way to spend some down time.

Getting Around:

Living in this Annex condo is made easier by the access to the TTC. SPADINA STATION - NORTHBOUND PLATFORM Subway stop is not far. There is also SPADINA RD AT LOWTHER AVE Bus Stop with route 127 DAVENPORT running from 06:34 am to 01:29 am. Access to Gardiner Expressway is within a few minutes drive away, making it easy for those driving to get into and out of the city using on and off ramps on Dan Leckie Way