The edgy U-shaped twin towers at 388 Richmond Street West helped define the concept of the modern loft.
If you're looking for stylish urban living in a space that is anything but cookie cutter, but you're not a fan of the gritty character found in some loft conversions, District Lofts could be for you. At street level you'll find convenient retail, there's plenty of parking for you and your guests and at the 4th floor a courtyard garden leads to the two condo towers. There's not a huge number of amenities, but what's on offer is upscale and well-maintained. As a bonus you have bragging rights: these have won their share awards, including the 2003 City of Toronto Architecture and Urban Design Award of Excellence and an Innovative Building Award from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
Suite sizes and layouts: All the suites are two levels and they run from a spacious 614 square feet through to 2 bedroom penthouses with two sides of floor to ceiling 18 foot windows, 2 1/2 baths and huge terraces from 1400 - 2450 square feet. Every suite has a terrace or balcony and at least 10-foot high ceilings. Original finishes were simple and tasteful, in keeping with the loft look and feel, with exposed pipes and concrete ceilings. Since this District Lofts was completed in 2002, owners have personalized and upgraded their suites and as a result each one is a unique home.
Convenience: At street level you'll find a dentist, hair salon, convenience store and a couple of restaurants to make your life easier. As well, barbeques are permitted on the terraces, so you can grill in the privacy of your own suite. Anything else you might need is probably only steps away.
|Address:||388 Richmond Street West|
|Sub-Area||Waterfront Communities C1|
|Management Company:||Crossbridge Condominium Services|
|Postal Code:||M5V 3P1|
|Amenities:||BBQ Permitted, Beanfield Fibre Available, Concierge, Elevator, Gym, Media Room, Meeting Room, Parking Garage, Party Room, Pet Restriction, Public Transit, Rooftop Deck, Security Guard, Security System, Visitor Parking|