Broadview Lofts – built by Sorbara Group in 2003, converted an old industrial warehouse into, in’s professional opinion, the most gorgeous loft style condominiums in the City of Toronto. The conversion added two extra levels, set back from the rest of the building and composed mostly of glass to minimize its impact. A similar addition was added at ground level along the eastern side of the building. Suite owners were given the option of adding black iron balconies, therefore some units have them while others do not.
The redesign retained many historic elements of the building, such as the cage elevators, a water tower on top of the roof, and large steel doors. The original warehouse floors were also preserved, giving each unit 12 foot ceilings. This true hard loft consists of 152 units. The most ideal units are located on the west side of the building, sharing a westward City of Toronto view.
Sorbara’s hard loft conversion finished second in the 2008 Pug Award voting for best residential building. The building is located at Broadview and Queen, east of the DVP.


68 Broadview Ave
Toronto, ON
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