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363 Sorauren Avenue


The construction of the Robert Watson Lofts—a fusion of a vintage 100-year-old warehouse building and a new loft building is well underway.


The Robert Watson Lofts surpass many of the new and existing lofts on the Toronto landscape.  Due to the lack of warehouses and industrial properties available for conversion, true lofts in Toronto are guaranteed a lucrative future in the resale market.


The vintage building making up one-half of the condominium corporation fronts on to Sorauren Avenue. It is the century-old Robert Watson warehouse that will be restored and converted into vintage lofts, as one of the few authentic loft conversions in the city. With exposed century-old brick, wood ceilings/columns and 10- to 16-foot ceilings, the project stands out as one of Toronto’s finest loft conversions ever. It is loaded with spectacular raw finishes including granite and stainless steel appliances. 


The new loft building is a six-storey loft with high ceilings, polished concrete floors, concrete columns, and expansive glass with spectacular views. Features of both buildings include a landscaped courtyard, creative amenities, storage spaces, and parking facilities. 



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