The Candy Factory Lofts in Queen West, Toronto
The Candy Factory Lofts is one of the city’s most iconic hard lofts. Its central location and sweet history make it highly desirable. This brick building on the corner of Queen Street West and Shaw Street was once home to the CeDe Candy Company. You would know their work if you’ve ever eaten Rockets, Candy necklaces, or Fizzers.
The building dates back to the 1930s but was converted into 121 authentic hard lofts in 2000. Lofts come in one bedroom, one bedroom plus den, and two bedroom suites and feature functional open-concept layouts and 12 to 14 foot ceilings.
The history of the former candy factory is evident in the exposed brick, solid wood beams, hardwood floors, exposed duct work and large warehouse windows. The smallest loft here here is 920 square feet and the largest over 4,200 square feet.
There are also many amenities, which isn’t always so common for hard lofts. The Candy Factory has a 24 hour concierge, fitness centre, rooftop terrace, party and meeting rooms as well as guest suites for your out-of-town guests.
Location is a grand convenience and asset for residents at The Candy Factory. Located in the heart of Queen West, residents here have the 24 hour Queen streetcar outside their door, while also within walking distance to all that Queen West has to offer, including Toronto’s coveted Trinity Bellwoods Park.