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A Unique Loft Conversion | #314-1100 Lansdowne Avenue

Posted by DavidRowlands.ca on February 1, 2018
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We are very excited to introduce this rare offering! #314-1100 Lansdowne Avenue is an authentic loft conversion. ‘The Foundry Lofts’ building began in the early 1900’s as the Canada Foundry Company LTD. The building originally served as a manufacturing plant for electric locomotive trains, and then in the late 1920’s it was sold to General Electric, which occupied it for the next 60 years until it was sold and then eventually developed into ‘hard loft’ condominium units.
 
 
 
Located within the Dovercourt-Wallace-Emerson Junction area, this one-of-a-kind 1905 sq. ft. 2 bedroom, 3-story unit is a perfect fit for singles or couples who appreciate the unique space, design and features this unit and building offers. It will be especially appealing to those who have a big appreciation for art and design. The loft has exceptional custom design and light scaping features, under the guidance of Award Winning Interior Designer, Dragma Maznic, and Lighting Designer, Chico G.
 
The main floor open concept living / dining area has a cathedral ceiling, exposed ducting, 20’ high south facing windows and wall mounted industrial lighting. It’s a wonderful entertaining space as it has a lot of wow factor.
 
 
 

 

 
The kitchen was custom designed and built. Granite counters with leather style finish were imported from Brazil. There is also a bi-level centre island with built-in wine rack and significant storage and pull-outs.
 
 
 
The second-floor bedroom has pot lighting, double closets and has a half glass wall, which overlooks the living and dining area. The 3rd floor Master suite or potential studio is stunning! It has a 3-piece ensuite, roughed-in kitchenette and a unique Heritage Brick Feature Wall. This space boasts 38 ft. soaring ceilings and windows flanked on either side for excellent light. (There is a conceptual architectural drawing for potential open concept 4th or 5th floor.)
 

 

 
 
 

 
The building features a 16,000 sq.ft. central common Atrium. There are parks, schools, restaurants, grocery shopping and transportation at your front door! The new owners will enjoy a great neighborhood, a few steps to the new Balzac’s Coffee, Grocery Store and Corso Italia Amenities.
 
 
 

The staging art was kindly supplied by Artworld Fine Art. This loft conversion is currently listed at $1,075,000. For more information on this listing, please contact Brad Douglas at (416) 925-9191.
Source: Chestnut Park Blog