They’re getting more and more expensive by the day, but most of the old industrial space in Toronto that is undergoing loft conversions is found within a square roughly bounded by Dundas Street on the north, King Street on the south, Roncesvalles on the west and the Don River on the east.The highest concentration is in the old “fashion district”, roughly centered around Queen Street between Spadina and Dufferin.It has only been in the past ten years or so that the city has allowed loft conversions.
They were originally hoping that industry would come back to those locations, but studies showed that due to really bad traffic, small industry wasn’t interested.As such, many industrial building are being converted or demolished to make way for residential uses.The best example is probably the “Candy Factory”, the old CeeDee Candy building on Queen Street West near Dufferin.
The reason why the area is so desirable is that the transit connections by street car are excellent.
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