The Glebe Lofts came into being in 2005 and happen to be one of the city’s earlier church conversions. Built in 1912, this once Presbyterian Church sits at the corner of Pape and Harcourt Avenue in Toronto’s east end. Gothic on the outside but cozy on the inside. Designed by architect and loft developer Bob Mitchell, the church was divvied up into 32 units offering exposed brick walls, 14 to 17 foot ceilings and skylights for tons of God’s glorious light. The units within are two and three storeys tall, unfortunately with heights like that the quarters are a bit cramped. While open-concept may not be their forté, many come with huge private terraces that will surely make up for it.