Richard Bigley Lofts at 98 Queen St E, Toronto 0
Richard Bigley Lofts at 98 Queen St E, Toronto 1

Richard Bigley Lofts

98 Queen St E, Toronto

For Sale
For Rent
Average Psf
$448(past 365 days)
Size Range
2044 sqft
Age Of Building
22 years

This 1875 building is named after the builder and has a long history of industrial uses. It was converted into 3 unique heritage hard lofts, 1 per floor, in 1999. The building features a large brick and tile lobby, indoor ground level parking, very large windows and wonderful architectural details. The property has been in the Toronto Heritage Building Inventory since 1976. The Lofts are very modern open living spaces. The maintenance fees are over $700 per loft. There is a private elevator to each unit, however, don't hold your breath for these ones as they are rarely listed.

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About 98 Queen St E, Toronto

Recommended nearby places to eat around 98 Queen St E are Food Cabbie, Soloways Hotdog Factory Outlet and Mystic Muffin. If you can't start your day without caffeine fear not, your nearby choices include Mast Coffee. Groceries can be found at Metro which is only a 4 minute walk and you'll find Wellth - Modern Pharmacy + Clinic not far as well. For those days you just want to be indoors, look no further than Toronto's First Post Office & Museum, Mackenzie House and Heritage Toronto to keep you occupied for hours. If you're in the mood for some entertainment, Imagine Cinemas Market Square and Cineplex Odeon Yonge & Dundas Cinemas are some of your nearby choices around Richard Bigley Lofts. Love being outside? Look no further than St. James' Park, Moss Park or Toronto Sculpture Garden, which are only steps away from 98 Queen St E.

For those residents of 98 Queen St E without a car, you can get around rather easily. The closest transit stop is a BusStop (JARVIS ST AT QUEEN ST EAST) and is only steps away, but there is also a Subway stop, QUEEN STATION - NORTHBOUND PLATFORM, only a 4 minute walk connecting you to the TTC. It also has (Bus) route 141 Downtown/mt.pleasant Express nearby. For drivers at Richard Bigley Lofts, it might be easier to get around the city getting on or off Gardiner Expressway and Lower Sherbourne St, which is within a 4-minute drive.

Zach Lahartinger
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