Mid-rise condo in Toronto
At Madison Avenue Lofts, stunning New York loft-style living awaits you!
Burnac Corporation, a privately-owned Canadian family company recognized for its finest boutique apartment complexes, has rebuilt and renovated the historic brick structure, which was originally home to Toronto Hydro, into a New York-style loft residence. This building is located at Madison and MacPherson Avenues, at the foot of Casa Loma.
Madison Avenue Lofts is a 6-story building with 211 well-designed flats with ceiling heights ranging from 10’0″ to over 14’0″. The design layout comprises two-bedroom configurations with cozier lofts starting at 550 square feet and grander homes reaching over 2,000 square feet. Northgrave Architect Inc handled the architectural aspects of this project, while the interior was curated by II BY IV DESIGN, a design studio concentrating on highly innovative vision and deep industry experience.
This project was completed in 2009.
The Madison Avenue Lofts are located in the Casa Loma district. The name of this neighbourhood was inspired by Casa Loma, a prominent Gothic Revival hilltop castle and its gardens. It attracts 650,000 visitors each year and was used extensively in the X-Men movies. Furthermore, this is a prestigious residential neighbourhood with quiet streets lined with Edwardian, Tudor, and Georgian mansions.
It has a high walk score of 85 out of 100, suggesting that everyday tasks may be accomplished on foot. Residents of the Madison Avenue Lofts will discover a range of establishments in the vicinity, including retail stores, restaurants and cafés, museums, and facilities such as banks, places of worship, schools and universities, transit links, and much more.
Residents will not have to worry about getting into and out of the city because transportation is available for most trips, thanks to the area’s transit score of 82. The Dupont Station on the University-Spadina line is only a three-minute walk away, and Spadina Station is only a 16-minute walk away, making it excellent for anybody searching for easy access to the Bloor-Danforth subway line.
Furthermore, motorists will benefit since it is conveniently located between Toronto’s four major freeways: the 401, the 427, the Don Valley Parkway, and the Gardiner Expressway.
All growing families and young professionals pursuing educational accomplishments will find this location appealing. There are several institutions ranging from primary to intermediate to university level, making it a perfect place to raise a family. Palmerston Avenue Junior Public School, Heydon Park Secondary School, and Northern Secondary School are among the top primary and secondary institutions in the area.
The University of Toronto, a famous university that has a long history of quality and competency in teaching, is only a 10-minute drive away for post-secondary students.
Locals and visitors can’t get enough of this must-see location in the GTA. It showcases the heart of cultural collisions and discovery through unique events, exhibitions, art installations, and pop-up boutiques. A 4-minute drive will take residents to Yorkville Village, a broad and excellent assortment of one-of-a-kind stores in a dynamic and contemporary setting.[mobileonly]Read More For a more relaxed and pleasant activity, try some of the top golf courses in the area, including Scarlett Woods Golf Course, Rosedale Golf Club, and Flemingdon Park Golf Club.
For a more relaxed and pleasant activity, try some of the top golf courses in the area, including Scarlett Woods Golf Course, Rosedale Golf Club, and Flemingdon Park Golf Club.
For a more relaxed and pleasant activity, try some of the top golf courses in the area, including Scarlett Woods Golf Course, Rosedale Golf Club, and Flemingdon Park Golf Club.[/desktoponly]
While authentic loft conversions are no longer the norm in Toronto, art-deco architecture is. The Madison Avenue Lofts are technically an “art-deco revival” as they were built in 1951. Exposed building concrete serves as a visual reminder of the building’s past life, while 10’0″ to 14’0″ ceilings, originally built to offer sufficient storage space, now give modern tenants bright and spacious living rooms.[mobileonly]Read More
Residents will have access to a fantastic array of amenities, such as a movie theatre, a conference room, a gym, and a sauna. Many of the residences at the Madison Avenue Lofts include private outside areas, which is uncommon for an authentic renovation. A common rooftop patio is always accessible to those units that do not have one. While residences in the downtown core require a significant amount of height to provide a nice view of the city, these lofts are strategically located.
The building’s position atop a hill, despite being just 6 stories tall, allows south-facing flats to enjoy panoramic views of the cityscape.
Burnac Corporation is a Canadian family business that has been creating Toronto’s best boutique condos for almost thirty years. Burnett founded this multi-generational enterprise in the 1940s as a wholesale food deliverer, with the name Burnac Corporation far from his thoughts. Among its many businesses are mortgage finance and jewelry retailing. Burnac then began making commercial improvements in the 1980s. As a result, the country now has a full roster of shopping malls. But this developer is not one to rest on their achievements. Burnac opted to enter the emerging luxury condominium industry in Toronto in the 1990s.