23 Brant St. This loft at Quad Lofts is located in  Downtown, Toronto - image #1 of 2 by Strata.ca
    23 Brant St. This loft at Quad Lofts is located in  Downtown, Toronto - image #2 of 2 by Strata.ca

    23 Brant St

    Quad Lofts
    0for Sale
    5for Rent
    Condo Completion
    Property Management
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    Property Type
    Soft Loft
    Unit Size Range
    400 - 1509 SQFT
    Number of Units
    Number of Storeys
    CONDO Demand
    Unit Availability

    About this loft

    Most of us can still recall the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. A little girl enters a home and enjoys the things that are just right: porridge at the perfect temperature; a bed that is not too firm and not too soft. In a modern-day version of the fable, this selective protagonist would be sure to purchase King West condos for sale in the Quad Lofts building at 23 Brant Street.

    Not towering enough to overshadow its older neighbours, yet sufficiently large to draw some attention to itself, the Quad Lofts' structure is just the kind of home young urban professionals treasure. The selection of building materials by Cresford Developments is similarly praise-worthy. A mixture of yellow and red brick allows the building to look natural amongst industrial-era heritage buildings, while sleek panes of glass provide a hint of contemporary edge. in fact, this property was so successful that it warranted a sequel: Quad Lofts II.

    The residential structure at 23 Brant Street is 11 storeys tall and holds 128 Toronto lofts. Built in 2006, the building comprises phase I of the development, with its other half at 19 Brant Street built only one year later. With a landscaped courtyard connecting the two buildings, the twofold creation even won Cresford an award for “Multi-Unit Project of the Year.”

    The perfect amount of amenities is also available to residents. Without going overboard, the list of common features includes a gym, party room, parking garage, concierge, and security.

    The Suites

    Inside of the Quad Lofts, an array of contemporary lofts can be found. Sizes range from approximately 600 to 1,450 square feet. The homes embrace an open concept theme for an added sense of spaciousness, as well as the opportunity for individual residents to customize the lofts to suit their own needs. Dens can double as home offices, while main living spaces can be left open or divided into smaller spaces for multiple uses.

    These highly sought after units are modern and fresh, yet they manage to retain a loft-like atmosphere through a number of interior design features. For example, 8 foot doorways leading into living spaces with ceilings reaching to 10 feet high. Entire walls are made of square windowpanes, mimicking authentic warehouse windows of industrial buildings nearby. The raw look created by exposed concrete ceilings and columns is perfectly juxtaposed by warm hardwood flooring lit by plenty of natural sunlight as well.

    Rather than the standard condo layout, the homes at 23 Brant are distinctly open and fluid, with surprising elements adding privacy such as the sliding doors used to separate bedrooms from common living spaces. These lofts are also well-equipped with outdoor space, in the form of balconies or terraces.

    The Neighbourhood

    From its location in the heart of downtown, residents will start to think of Toronto as yet another city that never sleeps. Thankfully though, the Quad Lofts are nestled far enough back from King Street West to afford neighbours with some peace and quiet once the evening rolls around.

    Businesses in the King West neighbourhood are equally upscale and entertaining. From fine dining experiences at Buca, Lee, and Jacobs & Co. Steakhouse, and the likes, to swanky bars and clubs like the Citizen, Early Mercy, and even Wildflower right inside the Thompson itself, residents looking for a lively nightlife scene will never be disappointed.

    Neighbouring areas include the entertainment district, where the Rogers Centre and the Scotiabank Arena are constantly hosting thrilling sporting events or the hottest concert, as well as Chinatown and Kensington Market, where residents can head for an inexpensive, yet always authentic meal.

    The Quad Lofts also benefit from their close proximity to Lake Ontario. Coronation Park is a short walk from 23 Brant Street, where picnics involve views of the balmy shores and their majestic sunsets. In the summertime, residents can reach the ferry terminal in no time, in order to reach the coveted Toronto Islands.


    With many businesses in the area, as well as the financial district being not too far off, many residents will be able to walk or cycle to work. Those who must commute a little further and are without a car need not worry — the King streetcars will carry passengers toward St. Andrew station on the University-Spadina subway line in no time.

    For those heading north or south, streetcars along Spadina Avenue and Bathurst Street will come in handy as well, connecting travelers to the Bloor-Danforth subway line at Spadina and Bathurst stations, respectively.

    Drivers are able to take advantage of fast-moving one-way streets like Richmond and Adelaide, as well as even speedier highways such as the Gardiner Expressway.


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    Property Highlights

    Visitor Parking
    Bike Storage
    Gym Room
    Media Room
    Party Room
    Games Room

    Listing History for Quad Lofts

    Nearby Amenities

    Stats, Trends & Rankings


    Quad Lofts vs The King West Area
    Quad Lofts's Avg
    $965 SQFT
    Neighbourhood Avg
    $1,051 SQFT

    Building Trends At Quad Lofts

    Days on Strata

    Units at Quad Lofts spend an average of
    Days on Strata
    based on recent sales

    List vs Selling Price

    On average, these lofts sell for
    the list price.

    Offer Competition

    Lofts in this building have an
    chance of receiving
    Multiple Offers

    Turnover of Units

    On average, each unit is owned for
    YEARS before being sold again

    Property Value

    Decrease in property value within the past twelve months

    Price Ranking

    Highest price per SQFT out of 95 condos in the King West area

    Sold Units

    Units were Sold over the past twelve months

    Rented Units

    Units were Rented over the past twelve months

    Sales vs Rental Values For This Loft

    1 Bed662 - 700 SQFT
    Average Cost Per Sqft$1,011
    Sales Price Range$664,000 - $705,100
    Rental Price Range$2,700 - $2,800
    1 Bed + Den717 - 900 SQFT
    Average Cost Per Sqft$1,001
    Sales Price Range$825,000 - $855,000
    Rental Price Range$2,850 - $3,500
    2 Bed958 - 1166 SQFT
    Average Cost Per Sqft$939
    Sales Price Range$809,500 - $1,140,000
    Rental Price Range$4,600 - $4,600

    How Often Are Units Listed?

    Average Sales Availability
    No Data
    Average Rental Availability
    No Data
    Ratio of Unit Type in Building1%
    1 Bed578 - 876 SQFT
    Average Sales Availability
    Average Rental Availability
    Ratio of Unit Type in Building23%
    1 Bed + Den717 - 1106 SQFT
    Average Sales Availability
    Average Rental Availability
    Ratio of Unit Type in Building63%
    2 Bed819 - 1264 SQFT
    Average Sales Availability
    Average Rental Availability
    Ratio of Unit Type in Building12%
    2 Bed + Den1320 - 1509 SQFT
    Average Sales Availability
    Average Rental Availability
    No Data
    Ratio of Unit Type in Building3%

    Maintenance Fees

    Quad Lofts vs The King West Area
    Quad Lofts's Avg
    monthly maintenance fee
    $0.80 / SQFT
    Neighbourhood Avg
    monthly maintenance fee
    $0.78 / SQFT

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