Embrace Loft Living (for less) in Sunnylea and kiss cookie-cutter goodbye
Welcome to Network Lofts! This unique 2 bed, 2 bath 859 sq ft hard loft has lots of space, polished concrete floors, soaring 11 ft ceilings, and a Juliette balcony offering a fabulous unobstructed view of the Toronto skyline and CN Tower.
Light, bright and airy, the open concept plan offers plenty of space for living, entertaining, and even tucking in a desk to work from home. The unit was painted last year so it’s ready for you to move in and enjoy. The kitchen features stainless steel appliances including a new French door refrigerator purchased in 2020, granite countertops and lots of cabinet space. The principal bedroom has an ensuite bath, and both have plenty of storage. There is laundry in the unit, and the loft includes one parking spot and one locker.
No cookie cutter here – this is a true loft conversion. The Network Lofts building was originally constructed for Bell Telephone Company which explains the 5 large elevators that once delivered 1000s of workers to their desks each day. Residents enjoy a rooftop deck and garden with amazing views, gym, guest suite and the convenience of a concierge.
5 Things We Love
- High ceilings – feels bright, spacious, airy 11 ft
- True loft conversion, nothing cookie cutter about this space
- Walk to Islington subway station
- Great for commuting close to major highways
- Desirable floor plan feels open and not crammed
Situated on a quiet, tree-lined residential street, Network Lofts is part of the highly sought after Sunnylea neighbourhood: renowned for its excellent schools and abundance of greenery. The unit directly overlooks the lovely Kenway Park and Tom Riley Park (containing a community garden, hiking trails, tennis courts, sporting fields and a pool) is but a few blocks away. For golfers, the prestigious Islington Golf Club is just up the street.
Being so close to Bloor Street, all major amenities are within a five-minute walk, including a grocery store (Sobeys) a twenty-four-hour gym (GoodLife), a pharmacy (Guardian), Starbucks and numerous restaurants. The office towers at Bloor and Islington are home to some of the city’s top employers, such as TD, Moneris, Meridian, Flipp and RBC.
The Kingsway Shopping District: home to over 100 locally owned businesses, is just a ten-minute walk away. Here you’ll find some of Toronto’s best restaurants, an eclectic mix of independent shops along with the historic Kingsway Theatre. The area also hosts several annual festivals, most notably the Taste of the Kingsway.
As its name implies, Network Lofts is exceptionally well connected to the rest of Toronto and the GTA. Islington subway station is a five-minute walk away, providing subway service across Toronto and extensive bus service to Mississauga. GO Trains are also available from nearby Kipling Station and Mimico. If you prefer to drive, the Gardiner, 427 and 401 are all within 10 minutes by car. If you need to fly, Pearson airport is just 15 minutes away.