Liberty Lofts in St. Lawrence Market, Toronto
Liberty Lofts is a boutique-style hard loft conversion from what was once a Gillette Razor factory. When you enter the Liberty Lofts, you find yourself in the original factory’s interior courtyard, now a skylit atrium. The four-storeys are accessible by the elevator that overlooks the atrium, a charming touch for this notable hard-loft.
There suites at Liberty Lofts are one-bedroom, one-bedroom plus den and two-storey two-bedrooms. The hard-loft features that you get at Liberty Lofts are warehouse style windows, 11-13 foot high ceilings, exposed brick, concrete columns all matched with modern appliances. This loft is charming in size and shape and comes with modest maintenance fees.
Surrounded by transit, Liberty Lofts are steps to the Queen, King and Cherry streetcar routes as well as King and Union Subway Stations, which means you’re connected to it all. Sandwiched between the Distillery District, Old Town and the waterfront, the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood is famous for its beautiful old-world architecture and industrious theatre scene, not to mention “one of the best food markets in the world” (according to National Geographic). Surrounded by popular bars, cafes and restaurants, you are only ever minutes away from some of the city’s best dining experiences.
Other area perks are the many neighbouring green spaces. Take a stroll through the gardens at St. James Park, the fountain views at Berczy Park or spend the afternoon just south of Liberty Lofts along the waterfront at Sherbourne Commons or Sugar Beach.