KNITTING MILL LOFTS

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426 Queen St East
Corktown
Paul De Haas
Completion: 1998
4 Storeys
28 Units

The Knitting Mill Lofts in Corktown, Toronto

Built in the early 1900’s, the Knitting Mill Lofts are an old industrial building that was converted to a 28-unit hard loft in 1998. Designated a heritage building but manages to offer a modern feel inside. The Knitting Mill Lofts feature exposed brick, large beams, hardwood floors, exposed ductwork and tall windows that flood the suites with light. Of the 28 suites, ranging from studios to two bedrooms, all have spacious floor plans and lots of light. Suites range from 561 to 1377 square feet.

Nestled between Leslieville, Corktown and the St. Lawrence Market residents here are in a prime location in Toronto’s east end. Whether you’re after great dining, boutique shops or parks to play — you’re surrounded by so much selection.

Take the kids to Riverdale Farm off River Street or spend the afternoon at the Corktown Commons. Steps to both the Queen streetcar and the Parliament bus route to get you around town or jump on the Don Valley Parkway or Gardiner Expressway in minutes. 

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1 Bedroom+Den
2 Bedroom

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