Residential Building (Apartment / Condo) · Liberty Village · 6 tips and reviews
the BREL team: The original Liberty Village loft conversion, Toy Factory has recently undergone an energy retrofit, resulting in seriously reduced condo fees. As if you need another reason to love this building...
the BREL team: Ground floor units with terraces that open right on to Stanley Park, & some units that stretch the whole width of the building. High ceilings, exposed concrete & nice finishes. A great soft loft!
Residential Building (Apartment / Condo) · Downtown Toronto · 4 tips and reviews
the BREL team: A recent, massive reno of common areas has made a big difference to this huge conversion loft, steps from Ryerson. Small units can be a bit hallway-like, but the ceilings make up for it!
the BREL team: Parking garage works on a lift system, similar to what you'd see in New York or Tokyo. Awesome location, stylish and well-built, and no amenities to pay for so condo fees are reasonable. A winner.
Residential Building (Apartment / Condo) · Regent Park · 2 tips and reviews
the BREL team: Less-than-ideal neighbours and street parking keep prices down in this cool old 100-year old (heritage) warehouse conversion. For those who are open-minded and willing to wait out the hood
the BREL team: Unusual hard loft in a residential 'hood, only blocks from the bars & restaurants of Ossington & West Queen West . Only street parking tho, and only the ground floor & penthouses have outdoor space
the BREL team: An earlier loft conversion in what was once a dodgy area, the neighbourhood has now grown up. Exposed brick & beam, & steps to West Queen West (and the tracks!) Shared parking on a first-come basis
Building · Roncesvalles Village · 3 tips and reviews
the BREL team: Robert Watson's little brother, often forgotten 347 is a little less flashy than its neighbour. Authentic spaces, but watch out for the units with no windows! (They have skylights, this isn't prison)
Residential Building (Apartment / Condo) · Roncesvalles Village · 1 tip
the BREL team: 363 is the front--and original warehouse conversion, while 369 sits behind and is new construction...but view is of the old building! Quirky character, or view of quirky character. Both are awesome.
Residential Building (Apartment / Condo) · Palmerston · 1 tip
the BREL team: Dead centre of the College/Little Italy action, and yet most people don't even know it's there. Lower units have terraces but lots of below-grade room; upstairs you get rooftop decks to watch the fun
the BREL team: Locomotive factory in the early 1900′s, there's a 16,000 sqft atrium through the center of the building, with trees & park benches! A bit random...but what else to do with such a big building?
the BREL team: Originally the Massey Harris tractor company HQ, this is about as much character as a conversion loft can have. Bottom units are half below grade (lots of great brick); top floor is new. Awesome.
the BREL team: Originally the Canadian Glue Stamp Factory back in 1929, these lofts ooze character – exposed brick and beam, curved walls, up to 18 foot ceilings and the building’s original freight elevator.
1001 Roselawn Ave (btwn Dufferin & Allen Rd), Toronto, ON
Residential Building (Apartment / Condo) · Briar Hill - Belgravia · 1 tip
the BREL team: An old Art Deco textile factory-turned-loft, right where you'd never expect it. Not really Forest Hill, but quiet, green, & a great conversion; south units face a park, & the Belt Line's at your door
Residential Building (Apartment / Condo) · 2 tips and reviews
the BREL team: Phase 1 & 2--1 Shaw & 1005 King W, respectively, have always been popular, stylish & well-made...so much that they decided to make #3 across the street. Great rooftop patio shared on top of #2 only
the BREL team: Stylin', across the street from the Thompson, no concierge etc to make condo fees expensive...just a great location and building. West facing units have balconies with views over residential homes
115 Manning Ave (between Dundas & Queen), Toronto, ON
Residential Building (Apartment / Condo) · 1 tip
the BREL team: Only six units make Pop Factory Lofts pretty exclusive. Quietly tucked away on one of the best streets in Queen West, you might miss it as you drive by. Wood burning fireplaces in every unit!