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Queen West has become synonymous with cutting-edge galleries, trendy restaurants and an electrifying nightlife. With cultural destinations such as The Drake and Gladstone Hotels it’s no wonder why developers are chomping at the bit to bring their boutique loft and condo projects to this neighbourhood. The streetscape is dotted with historic and modern lofts such as Chocolate Factory Lofts and Bohemian Embassy; here is just a sample of what Queen West has to offer.

Queen & Portland Condos, from renowned developers Tribute Communities and RioCan, is a stylish mid-rise boutique condominium at the heart of the Queen West scene. Located at 156 Portland Street , this stunning vision of glass and steel offers contemporary living with modern 1, 2 and 3 bedroom suites filled with smart, sustainable, green features such as Energy Star certified appliances. Conveniently situated at the base of the building are large retail spaces and a grocery store.

2 Gladstone Lofts

2 Gladstone is an 8-storey, 54-unit loft building brought to Queen West by Streetcar Developments. As far as boutique lofts are concerned, 2 Gladstone is in the upper echelon. With only 54 units ranging from 549 sq ft 1-bedroom to 1, 054 sq ft 2-bedroom + den suites, exclusivity is part of what makes 2 Gladstone  so exciting. Suites feature 9-foot ceilings, engineered hardwood flooring and outdoor gas connections to balconies and terraces, but the real attraction is what’s going on outside. 2 Gladstone is surround by galleries, restaurants and some of the trendiest hotspots Toronto has to offer.

8 Gladstone

8 Gladstone is yet another masterpiece shaped by Toronto’s premier boutique condo developers, Streetcar Developments. Following the success of their previous Queen West gem, Streetcar is rethinking urban living with this 8-storey, 89-unit stunner located next to the historic Gladstone Hotel. Each unit has been designed to create a bold and modern space with thoughtful layouts featuring large balconies or terraces. Jaw-dropping two-storey penthouses with rooftop terraces and skylights grace the top of this ultra-exclusive boutique loft.

Chocolate Factory Lofts

Chocolate Factory Lofts, located at 955 Queen St West, offers a mix of original hard-loft architecture and brand new industrial soft-lofts in the desirable Queen West neighbourhood. The Chocolate Lofts are impressive, with the hard units featuring wood, slate or corrugated steel barn-style ceilings, wooden posts, steel beams, exposed brick, huge windows and soaring 12-foot ceilings. But style is not lost on the soft units that offer barn-style doors, high 10.5-foot concrete ceilings, steel beams and floor to ceiling windows. All units have exposed ductwork, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. This building offers a 24hr concierge, a cool party room and a fitness centre.

Candy Lofts

Candy Factory Lofts is unquestionably Toronto’s most famous hard-loft building and also the most desired by loft purists. Located at 993 Queen Street West and surrounded by designer stores and trendy restaurants, lofts like this are becoming a scarce commodity. There are a total of 121 units in the 6-storey Candy Factory that features extremely wide hallways, exposed posts and brick walls with soaring 12-foot ceilings. A sense of pride comes with living in the Candy Factory, not to mention the status symbol.

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Yossi

Yossi Kaplan is a Toronto Real Estate Agent, Mortgage Agent and a Real Estate investor. Call Yossi with any question regarding investing in and selling your Toronto Real Estate.

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