Address: 201 Carlaw Avenue, Toronto (Leslieville Neighbourhood)
Total Loft Suites: 254
Architect: Chandler Graham / Montgomery Sisam Architects, Joint Venture Architects Inc.
Size: 8 stories of varying ceiling heights plus stacked townhouse development on Boston Avenue
Notable / Historical Significance: Originally built to house the printing presses of Rolph Clark Stone, 201 Carlaw Avenue has been a Leslieville landmark since its completion in 1913 when this community was at the heart of industry in Toronto.
The printing factory is a U – Shaped converted factory building with a new glass tower positioned in the middle. This type of architecture allows for uniquely styled suites including hard loft original building units, tower units, as well as single and multi floor suites. It sits in a fantastic location as the southernmost loft on Carlaw – only steps from Queen. The tower suites feature incredible views on all sides including lake views to the south, skyline views to the west and lush greenery to the east. Units range is size from approximatley 500 square feet up to 2000. The east portion of the development boasts fantastic stacked townhouses that front on Boston Avenue providing a residential feel. The lower units are large one bedrooms while the upper-levels are three bedroom suites with wonderfully efficient layouts.
Call Matt & Ben First! Since 2007 no one has sold more lofts in Leslieville and Riverside! (E01 Resale Condo MLS statistics.)
We’ve sold the following units in this building:
201 Carlaw Ave #243, TORONTO M4M-2S3
201 Carlaw Ave #503, TORONTO M4M-2S3
201 Carlaw Ave #240, TORONTO M4M-2S3
201 Carlaw Ave #706, TORONTO M4M-2S3
201 Carlaw Ave #808, TORONTO M4M-2S3
201 Carlaw Ave #129, TORONTO M4M-2S3
201 Carlaw Ave #209, TORONTO M4M-2S3
201 Carlaw Ave #811, TORONTO M4M-2S3