90 Broadview Avenue

Condo of the week: 90 Broadview Avenue

In the east end, $899,000 buys a two bedroom, two bathroom loft in a former 1930's Coca Cola bottling plant. The eighth floor unit at 90 Broadview Avenue really pops out at you, featuring a light-infused space in the trendy Queen East neighbourhood.

90 Broadview Avenue

Toronto-based Core Architects, who also designed this place, revamped the converted warehouse into a nine-storey residence with multi-level glass walls and sleek interiors. At 1,135 square feet, the loft feels spacious with floor-to-ceilings windows and sliding doors.

90 Broadview Avenue

There are a few interesting features like the gas fireplace, separating the living room and bedroom, a his-and-hers walk-in closest, and decorative ceilings concealing the exposed ductwork. Also, the view from the 300 square foot patio is quite spectacular.

90 Broadview Avenue

SPECS

90 Broadview Avenue

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • 11 ft. ceilings
  • Double glass sliding doors
  • Gas fireplace
  • Master with walk-in closest
  • 300 sq. ft. terrace
90 Broadview Avenue

GOOD FOR

Parking. Not that you'll ever need a car at Queen and Broadview, but two-car parking might prove useful for visitors. The building also includes an on-site car wash so there's no excuse for a filthy vehicle.

90 Broadview Avenue

MOVE ON IF

You can't live without exposed brick and vaulted ceilings. This loft looks and feels more like a high-end hotel-suite rather than a hipster industrial pad. Sorry to burst the bubble but those ceilings barely soar.

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS

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