The Broadview Lofts in Leslieville, Toronto
Circa 1914, what is known today as the Broadview Lofts, once served as a Rexall Pharmacy warehouse and distribution centre. It was the Sorbara Group who eventually revitalized the property in the early 2000’s by adding two additional storeys made of glass and steel to tie into the warehouse windows that remain intact in the original four storey warehouse.
Inside this award-winning residential building you’ll find beautiful lofts with 12 foot ceilings, exposed brick, polished concrete floors, original wooden beams (strong enough to hold a hammock) and large oversized warehouse windows. Some suites here even have multiple balconies. The flowing open-concept lofts range in size from 542 to 1756 square feet, maxing out at two bedrooms.
The Broadview Lofts are hard to miss when driving by on Eastern Avenue with its beautiful brick and warehouse exterior and original rooftop water tower that sits on the rooftop terrace. Inside the common spaces you’ll find the original cage elevator and original warehouse floors.
The Broadview Lofts Location
This coveted Leslieville Loft is tucked off Queen Street East and Broadview Avenue. The iconic Broadview Hotel, Lob Toronto, Brickworks Ciderhouse and Eastbound Brewing Company are all around the corner from the Broadview Lofts. With so many more restaurants, bars, and boutique shops here, it’s no wonder people are choosing the buy homes in Leslieville.
With access to three major street car lines, you can be in the downtown core in a matter of minutes. Located around the corner from Eastern Avenue, you’re minutes to the Don Valley Parkway, Gardiner Expressway and Lake Shore Boulevard. Get in touch with our real estate agents if you are looking for condos in Leslieville, Toronto.