A Tech Exec’s Dreamy Dwelling
When you work at one of the largest tech companies on this earth you need some serious space for some profound noodling and this bad boy has plenty. It’ll have you thinking big in no time, 1237 Sqft of hard loft conversion big. Big ceilings, big windows, big opportunities and BIG plans!
Grab your cup of ethically harvested, dark roast, slow drip, sit back in the hammock and get ready to daydream. Let the sun pour over you and get lost in the original brick and beam features of what once was an old Rexall Pharmacy warehouse. Let yourself dream, dream of all the amazing problems you’re going to solve, a new paint colour or perhaps the cute neighbour next door (hey, we don’t judge).
And the cherry on top of this gigantic sundae is two balconies. Enjoy a morning coffee on one and a cocktail freshly poured from your wet bar on the other.
Leslieville has the personality of a small village, with tree-lined lots, quiet streets, quaint stores and little shops. It is peaceful and serene, which is uncharacteristic of a Toronto neighbourhood in such close proximity to the downtown core. The main shopping district is located along Queen Street, but there is also an area on Gerrard Street named Little India, which has a prominent East-Indian community and offers a variety of culturally specific shops and restaurants. There is an array of recreational outlets and options, including The Johnathan Ashbridge Park, S.H Armstrong Community Centre, Ashdale/Gerrard Public Libraries, and Greenwood Park, all of which have excellent recreational facilities and offer a number of activities and programs for Leslieville residents.