VICTORIA LOFTS

OVERVIEW

152 Annette St
Junction
Triumphal Developments
Completion: 2011
4 Storeys
34 Units

Victoria Lofts in the Junction, Toronto

You won’t be disappointed with the allure of the Victoria Lofts. This church conversion successfully balances all of the historic details you want with a modern twist. This former Presbyterian Church was built in 1890 and is now home to 34 stunning hard-lofts. One of the most unique features is the wooden roof trusses that were so delicately incorporated into the design of the lofts, weaving in and out of rooms, marking their permanent place in history. If you were worried about not getting that outdoor space in a church, fear not—the balconies are hidden within the old window openings, creating an arched brick canopy for your dose of fresh air.

Historic, yes, but paired well with stunning modern finishes. From one bedroom lofts to three bedroom lofts and every size in between. The lofts here are split between the original church while others occupy the attached brick building. Exposed brick, wooden beams, brick archways, fireplaces, 12 to 17 foot ceilings and large windows allowing lots of God’s glorious light are all features you’ll find here. 

Located in Toronto’s Junction neighbourhood, the Victoria Lofts are close to lots of great eateries and bars. Located not far from the Toronto Stockyards for shopping and High Park for your nature fix. You can easily get to where you need to go by strolling down to the Keele Subway Station.

FLOOR PLANS

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

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AMENITIES

Party Room
Meeting Room
BBQs

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