INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION LOFTS

OVERVIEW

Industrial Revolution I
676 Richmond St W
Completion: 1997
2 Storeys
19 Units
Industrial Revolution II
670 Richmond St W
Completion: 1998
2 Storeys
12 Units
Queen West
Bob Mitchell & Associates

The Industrial Revolution Lofts I & II in Queen West, Toronto

In the heart of Queen West tucked away on a quiet stretch of Richmond Street you’ll find two loft buildings under the name of The Industrial Revolution Lofts. One, a former knitting mill; the other, the old Decca Records warehouse. With only 19 and 12 lofts respectively, these units rarely hit the market.

Inside the two-storey brick warehouses you’ll find authentic loft details such as exposed duct work, hardwood floors, large warehouse windows, exposed brick and beams and ceilings ranging from 12 to 20 feet. Bonus features here at the Industrial Revolution Lofts are skylights, fireplaces and large terraces or patios which come with gas hook ups for BBQ season. At Industrial Revolution Lofts II you’ll find some lofts that are two and three storey layouts, the latter offering large upper terraces.

Situated just west of Bathurst Street in Queen West, your conveniences are plentiful. All of the clothing retailers you could want, many delicious restaurants to choose from, and walking distance to Trinity Bellwoods Park. Getting around is a breeze — jump on the 24 hour Queen streetcar or use the Bathurst and King streetcars, both of which are nearby.

FLOOR PLANS

1 Bedroom
1 Bedroom+Den
2 Bedroom
2 Bedroom+Den

AMENITIES

BBQs

LISTINGS FOR INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION LOFTS