Liberty Lofts in downtown Toronto is a four-storey brick structure that in its early days was the home of the Gillette Razor factory and now a boutique loft complex. In 2001 it was converted into hard lofts. On entering the complex there is an inspiring sky lit atrium that was preserved from the original factory’s courtyard. The open front window elevator overlooks the open courtyard space that stretches up form the center of the atrium.
This Toronto loft features wood beam, exposed brick, grey brick or concrete interiors. Liberty Lofts offers one-bedroom and 2 level – 2 bedrooms with ceiling heights that soar 11-13ft high, roof terraces, concrete columns, brick posts and oversized warehouse style windows.
Pets are welcome here and amenities are few which help to keep maintenance fees low.
With only 46 lofts in this building, if 383 Adelaide St E shows up on your search for Toronto lofts for sale it would be well worth your time to visit.
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