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Trinity Park Lofts


901 Queen St W




corp #
TSCC 1497
building type
Canadian Equity and Development Corp
number of suites
property mgmt co
Icc Property Management
smallest unit
401 FT2
largest unit
1560 FT2
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What we know about Trinity Park Lofts:

The amazing location of these Toronto lofts is overlooking Trinity Bellwoods Park. This soft loft building has loads of potential finished with an elegant exterior. At Mr. Loft we find the hallways to be poorly finished, but the units do offer very functional living spaces and most have outdoor space as well. The seven-storey building looks like an early 20th-century warehouse and is shaped like an L to neatly tuck behind the historical site of the restored Georgian Farr House. The Farr family sold their house back in 1905 and although Trinity Park Lofts was built new from the ground up in 2003, it fits right in beside its historic neighbour. Amenities are fewer than what you'd find in a high rise, but they are well done and include underground parking, concierge, a fitness centre and a great entertaining space with a kitchen and walk out to a landscaped terrace. If you're looking for contemporary style in a historic atmosphere you've found it at Trinity Park Lofts.

What's Nearby:

Looking for your next favourite place to eat? There is a lot close to Trinity Park Lofts, like Oyster Boy, Carmen and Morso Me, just to name a few. Grab your morning coffee at White Squirrel Coffee Shop located at 907 Queen Street W. Groceries can be found at Sanko Trading which is not far. Camera and Theatre Gargantua are both in close proximity to 901 Queen St W and can be a great way to spend some down time.

Getting Around:

Transit riders take note, Trinity Park Lofts is only steps away to the closest TTC Streetcar Stop (QUEEN ST WEST AT STRACHAN AVE) with routes 301 QUEEN running from 00:46 am to 04:15 am, and501 QUEEN running from 04:42 am to 00:38 am. OSGOODE STATION - NORTHBOUND PLATFORM Subway is also a 2-minute drive. If you need to get on the highway often, Gardiner Expressway and Dan Leckie Way has both on and off ramps and is within a 4-minute drive.