Just the Facts
Monday February 27, 2017
Church Yonge Corridor
About the Property
Iconic warehouse loft steps from Dundas Square
Think there aren’t any real lofts on the subway? Guess again–this is the real deal. 12 foot ceilings. Original concrete floors. Mushroomed concrete pillars, barn doors, industrial lighting, exposed ductwork–it doesn’t get more loft-y than this. Live in legendary Merchandise Lofts, one of Toronto’s most famous warehouse conversions, with a central downtown location and amenities both unmatched in the city’s hard lofts. All this with parking AND a locker!
This is the definition of Central! Steps to the subway and Dundas Square, the beating heart of Toronto, where shopping tourists at the Eaton Centre rub shoulders with Ryerson students, concertgoers heading to Massey Hall and the doctors and patients at St Mike’s hospital. It’s 100% T.O.
About Merchandise Lofts
Merchandise Lofts began its life in the early 1900s as the Simpson’s Warehouse. Today, the building’s size means residents benefit from extensive facilities, including a Metro Supermarket on the ground floor, 24-hour concierge, indoor basketball court, fully equipped gym, meeting room, games room, sauna, party room, and a rooftop terrace with a glass-enclosed swimming pool, BBQ area and dog walk area (Merchandise is one of the city’s pet-friendliest buildings). Basically everything its residents could ever need, without ever having to leave!