29 Camden St | Camden Lofts | Toronto, ON
About this loft
Feel free to devise an imaginative back-story of what originally went on in the warehouses of 29 Camden Street in Queen West neighbourhood. Nobody will think twice about the authenticity of the tale, since Camden Lofts has managed to disguise itself so well as a hard loft.
In fact, the red brick, warehouse-like structure at 29 Camden Street has only been around since David Wex built these convincing soft lofts in 1999. The industrial style provides a win-win situation for buyers who desire Toronto condos for sale that look like an older conversion but with the conveniences of more contemporary living spaces.
Every detail selected for the design of Camden Lofts seems inspired by the concept of a loft as a formerly industrial space. Ductwork is exposed, rather than hidden; floors and ceilings are formed out of concrete; ceilings reach to 10 feet high; paned windows extend across entire walls; hardware is industrially inspired. Functional benefits of these design choices exist as well: the use of concrete creates a natural soundproofing effect, and paned windows can be opened to bring in fresh air.
In terms of numbers, floors 2 through 6 of this 8-storey building consist of one and two bedroom Toronto lofts. One bedroom lofts range from 700 to 800 square feet, while two bedroom units provide 900 to 1,000 square feet of space. More impressively, the remaining 8 units can reach above 1,200 square feet and sprawl over two storeys each. These penthouse lofts are equipped with terraces for added temptation.
Amenities such as lockers, security, parking, and bicycle racks are swaying to those considering a loft at 29 Camden. As well, residents are welcome to use the communal entertainment room, kitchen and dining area, patio, and barbecue.
The offbeat, gritty appearance of Camden Lofts pairs perfectly with the neighbourhood in which it sits.
Just beyond the fabric stores, concert venues, and eclectic dining options of Queen Street West, 29 Camden is the perfect address for anyone looking to engage with Toronto’s urban culture. Directly inside the fashion district, yet neighbouring on the entertainment district, Kensington Market, and Chinatown, it will be hard to experience boredom ever again.
Camden Lofts provides a great jumping off point for activities including window shopping and people watching on Queen Street West, bar crawling along Richmond and Adelaide, or dining on authentic Asian fare, to name a few.
Walking will likely be a preferred mode of transportation for residents of 29 Camden Street, however there are plenty of options for avoiding the cold or for when faster movement is needed. Streetcars along Spadina and Queen can be used to transport riders to subway stations on the Bloor and University-Spadina lines, respectively. The Queen streetcar service runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Union Station can be reached quickly and easily by taking a ride on the 510 streetcar, which provides access to Go Transit, VIA Rail trains, and the UP service to Pearson International Airport.
To those attracted to Camden Lofts by its parking spaces, the Gardiner expressway is just minutes away. Bathurst or University Avenue can also connect drivers to the 401 or other areas of the city.
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