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Tip Top Lofts


637 Lake Shore Blvd W




corp #
TSCC 1789
building type
Context Development
number of suites
property mgmt co
Crossbridge Condominium Services
smallest unit
394 FT2
largest unit
3171 FT2
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What we know about Tip Top Lofts:

The Tip Top Tailor building is a historic property located near Toronto's Waterfront. It's hard to miss this building with its massive bright red Tip Top Tailors sign hovering above the building. Built-in 1929 by Bishop & Miller, the Art Deco building was originally a warehouse and office facility for the Toronto clothing retailer. Converted in 2005, Tip Top Tailors units are tastefully finished. The lower floors offer original hard lofts with massive mushroom concrete pillars while the new upper floors are modern soft lofts. Certain units have a wonderful view of the yacht club. The Tip Top is bound to benefit from ongoing city plans to revamp the waterfront.

What's Nearby:

There are quite a few restaurants to choose from around Tip Top Lofts. Some good places to grab a bite are Guirei Japanese Restaurant and Iruka Sushi. Venture a little further for a meal at Sansotei Ramen, The Arepa Republic or Arbar. If you love coffee, you're not too far from Jimmy's Coffee located at 107 Portland Street. Groceries can be found at Healthy Island Food Store which is a short distance away. Fort York: Garrison Common and Victoria Memorial Square are both in close proximity to 637 Lake Shore Blvd W and can be a great way to spend some down time.

Getting Around:

Living in this Fort York condo is made easier by the access to the TTC. ST ANDREW STATION - NORTHBOUND PLATFORM Subway stop is a 2-minute drive. There is also FLEET ST AT BASTION ST WEST SIDE Streetcar Stop with route 509 HARBOURFRONT running from 05:43 am to 01:31 am, is nearby. For drivers, the closest highway is Gardiner Expressway and is within 500 meters, making it easier to get into and out of the city using Dan Leckie Way ramps.