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Parc Lofts

A mid-rise condo and townhouses at Toronto

The Parc Lofts are one of a number of outstanding new loft complexes from Toronto‘s Lamb Development Corp. and  designed by Peter Clews. They are located just south of King Street West, on the east side of Stafford Street, and look east over Stanley Park and towards the Downtown skyline. Simply put, Parc is the finest thing that has ever happened to the King Street West area.
The developers were so charmed with the building’s position next to Stanley Park that the suite types are named after notable green areas throughout the world, like Vondel Park in Amsterdam, Park Guell in Barcelona, and the Jardin du Luxembourg in Paris, to mention a few. Lofts provides the unattainable. The Parc Lofts, an urban sanctuary, also provides inhabitants with panoramic views of the metropolis.



Parc Lofts, located at 25 Stafford Street in the King West neighbourhood and Niagara region, offers residents a variety of entertainment options. The location will provide convenient access to the Downtown Core as well as the restaurants and entertainment of the ever-expanding King West and Liberty Village. High-end features are standard, as they are with the several other Harhay and Brad Lamb Developments now in the process.

King West neighbourhood


With 25 Stafford Street as a starting point, getting around is simple. Residents can use the King streetcar to go to the St. Andrew subway station or to travel east and west. The 63 Ossington Bus, which stops one block from the Parc Lofts, transports passengers to Ossington Station on the Bloor-Danforth line.

Drivers can quickly reach the Gardiner Expressway via Spadina or Jameson Avenue. Residents may easily commute across the city or to the 427 or Don Valley Parkway from here. 

63 Ossington Bus

Shopping and Dining
Residents may also find lots of entertainment in the King West and Niagara areas. Upscale spas such as Hammam and Body Blitz are nearby for those who want to fully indulge, while more frequent appearances may be made at some of the area’s local shops and private cafes.
Due to the abundance of first-rate alternatives, residents may need to flip a coin or consult a magic eight ball before dining out. Date night might include expensive sushi at Blowfish, icy cold beers from within a restored Victorian-era home at Bar Wellington, or a 7-course meal at Edulis that serves as an eye feast.
Residents will not have to drive far to cross items off their grocery lists, thanks to the significantly sized Loblaws at Queen and Portland, as well as the Kitchen Table and Fresh & Wild Food Market on King West.

Fresh & Wild Food Market


Another reason this area is so attractive, especially to families and students, is many schools in the area. The development is located at nearby many public schools and private schools such as Niagara Street Junior Public School, Kensington Community School and Future Design School are just easily accessible.

Niagara Street Junior Public School


Stanley Park, which is just across the street from the Parc Lofts, has a dog off-leash area, an outdoor swimming pool, and a basketball court. While those who are enticed to stay near to home will benefit greatly from these amenities, other green places in the vicinity are also appealing. Walking distance from Garrison Commons, Coronation Park, Trinity Bellwoods Park, Victoria Memorial Park, and St. Andrew’s Playground.

Trinity Bellwoods Park


Parc Lofts is a new condominium building by Lamb Development Corp and Harhay Developments, situated at 25 Stafford Street in Toronto‘s King West neighborhood, with a 90/100 walk score and a 93/100 transit score. architectsAlliance created Parc Lofts. The project is expected to be finished in 2012. The building is 10 stories tall and includes 103 units ranging in size from 483 sq.ft to 2,820 sq.ft.
Parc was no exception. Lamb and Harhay Developments are known for adding high-end finishing, and Parc was no exception. Parc’s ceilings reach over 10 feet, and each apartment is completed to a very high degree of design. Modern conveniences abound here as well. Gas barbeque hookups provide homeowners with outdoor cooking area, while a water supply on the balconies makes life easier for those with green thumbs. Residents may also utilize a community party area, and the parking garage provides plenty of space for friends and family that come to the events. The only price surcharges are the excellent views offered in the east-facing rooms, which overlook the park and the skyline.


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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