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East Lofts

A high-rise condo at Toronto

East Lofts is located in Toronto at 275 King Street East. The East Lofts were designed by Peter Clewes and his colleagues at architectsAlliance, with the collaboration of famous developers Lamb Development Corp and Harhay Developments. Slate-colored brick envelops the outside creating a sleek look, with large glass panes contributing to the façade’s modernism.
East Lofts is near to the Financial District, Union Station, and the St. Lawrence District’s retail, entertainment, and eating, as well as the St. Lawrence Market and the harbourfront.



The East Lofts are situated in the heart of the St. Lawrence Market area, eliminating any chance for residents to experience boredom. With home located at 275 King Street East & 138 Princess Street, one can explore the Esplanade and St. Lawrence Market, the Financial District, Harbourfront, the West Don Lands, the Distillery District, and much, much more.

Distillery District Toronto

Shopping and Dining

Residents of 138 Princess Street may walk over to the Metro or No Frills on Front Street when it’s time to get serious and load up on necessities. St. Lawrence Market, on the other hand, is the place to go for fresh vegetables, meat, seafood, cheeses, baked products, and everything else you can think of. This market is also one of the greatest in the globe.

Residents may also stroll across to the Distillery District, where boutiques, galleries, cafés, and bars are housed amid 19th-century industrial, Victorian-style buildings.

St. Lawrence Market


The East Lofts’ genuinely central position makes it a perfect starting point for exploring Toronto. Residents may select their preferred mode of transportation, whether it is a bicycle, a vehicle, or the TTC, and getting around the city is a snap.

Union Station is roughly one kilometer from 275 King Street East and 138 Princess Street, where visitors may access VIA Rail trains, GO buses and trains, and the UP service to Pearson International Airport. Streetcars along King Street East are another another convenient method to go east or west without owning a car.
Driving throughout Toronto is simple when you use the Gardiner Expressway, which is only a few minutes away from the East Lofts. Drivers may also connect with the 427 to the west or the Don Valley Parkway to the east from here.

King Street East Street Cars


Another reason this region is appealing, particularly to families and children, is the abundance of schools in the neighborhood. Many public and private schools are nearby, including Queen Alexandra Middle School, Sprucecourt Public School, and George Brown College, which is only 2 minutes away from the East Lofts condos.

George Brown College Toronto


Furthermore, for families who enjoy outdoor activities, the town is close to a number of attractive parks and leisure facilities, including Sculpture Gardens, Moss Park, and St. James Park. Those looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life can enjoy a day at Cherry Beach, Tommy Thompson Park, or hiking the trails along the Don River.

Cherry Beach


The East Lofts are divided into 129 Toronto lofts, just enough to provide tenants with a variety of sizes and exposures without overloading them with too many mates. These residences have a total of 12 stories, with some lofts spanning two levels. East Lofts is a glass, steel, and brick structure designed by Peter Clewes of architectsAlliance.
Singles and couples will be pleased with the cozier Toronto condominiums for sale, which start at around 400 square feet for a bachelor apartment. Those in need of a bit more space, on the other hand, will choose for the more luxurious houses, which stretch up to 1,928 square feet and have two bedrooms plus dens.
As previously stated, the building’s façade is dotted with huge panes of glass. And what this means for the interiors may be even more impressive: the residences at 138 Princess Street are flooded with natural light, and the panoramic views of the city will never grow old. Balconies or terraces also grace the residences, allowing inhabitants to spend time outside while remaining in the comfort of their own homes. Ceiling heights of up to 9 or 10 feet improve the situation even more by allowing the sun’s beams to spotlight unusual elements such as concrete walls and exposed ducting. The polished hardwood flooring featured throughout the house, on the other hand, stand in stark contrast to these raw, loft-like features.


Harhay Developments logo

Lamb Development Corp. (LDC) was founded in 2001 by Toronto’s top condominium broker Brad J. Lamb to directly participate in the development of stylish, urban condominium projects. At that time, with over 13 years of experience in consulting, marketing, and the selling of over 100 of Toronto’s most innovative and exciting projects, Mr. Lamb wanted to bring something different to the development world. Since then, he has done just that; completing 19 developments, approximately 3400 suites for over $1.3B. Currently, Lamb Development Corp has three projects under construction, almost 800 suites for a value of $360 Million. Lamb Development Corp. is in development on a further 15 projects in Toronto, Hamilton, Calgary & Edmonton with a value of $2.4 Billion.

Harhay Developments has been involved in design, development and construction since it was formed in 1989. For more than a quarter century the company has specialized in the development and construction of boutique residential and mixed use buildings in the downtown Toronto market.

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