915 King St W - Unit 102
- 1 Bed + Den
- 1 Bath
- 0 Park
- 8 Days
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MASSEY HARRIS LOFTS – 915 King St W
Date Registered (2003-11-18)
The Massey Harris Lofts were once the head office of the Massey Harris company, but have been developed into modern lofts with a historic feel. This 19th Century building has a classic, traditional architecture and is located at 915 King St W in the King West neighbourhood of Toronto. The Massey Harris Lofts are forty-five units across five floors. This red brick condominium has a few different layouts to choose from. There are studio condos and one bedroom units available with option for a den. The studio suites are 491 square feet in area. The one bedroom condos are 595 to 693 square feet in size and the one bedrooms with a den are 770 to 848 square feet in total area. The Massey Harris Lofts at 915 King St W. were developed by Canderel Stoneridge. These suites are ideal for professional singles and couples.
MASSEY HARRIS LOFTS AMENITIES
The Massey Harris Lofts at 915 King St W are comprised of open concept condos with exposed brick walls and hardwood floors. These genuine hard loft suites have traditional windows and stylish kitchens. Bright and airy, you will always love to entertain in these trendy suites.
There’s a great selection of amenities at this condo for the prospective buyer. Beanfield Fibre is available at this location and there is an elevator to make moving in easier. The hassle of finding a parking space on the street is eliminated with the Massey Harris Lofts own private parking garage. You can invite people over for a barbeque on your deck and public transit is close by for any of your guests that need to use it.
The Massey Harris Lofts maintenance fees cover common element maintenance, building insurance, air conditioning on those hot summer days, heat on the cold ones, and of course, water.
KING WEST NEIGHBOURHOOD
The King West Neighbourhood has just about every amenity that you can imagine. For those mornings when you need that jolt of caffeine, you can stop in at the Starbucks just a couple of blocks away from that espresso or cup of coffee, or you can travel a little further to on of two Jimmy’s Coffees in the area. If you have the morning to enjoy your cappuccino or mocha, then walk to the Tokyo Smoke Belwoods, a hip coffee shop where you can nibble on baked goods while you enjoy your hot beverage. Alternately, you can also stop in at the White Squirrel Coffee Shop for a cup of coffee and enjoy the view of the Trinity Belwoods Park, just across the street. For those nights, where you can’t bear to look at a pot or a pan, take the family out to the Bibab Express, a bright restaurant, serving Japanese fare. For a more upscale experience, you can reserve a table at the Edulis Restaurant, which has a Canadian menu. If you just want simple takeout, then order out from the Pita Choice, or get burgers and onion rings from the Harvey’s just a few blocks down King St. W.
Get out and sample a bit of the nightlife on King St W, starting with the Foggy Dew Irish Pub, which is a tavern, with a comfortable atmosphere, and even serves weekend brunch! You can also walk a few blocks further to the strangely named Death & Taxes Free House, which is a lively venue for craft and beer and an eclectic menu. You can finish off your night at the Banknote Bar, which is the site of a former bank and features televised sports and craft beers.
If you’re in the mood to get out and take a walk, there are several parks in the area. You can go north to the Trinity Belwoods Park, or walk a block to Stanley Park, just to the east. The waterfront is just a fifteen minute walk away, and features several parks on the water, not to mention the Toronto Islands, where you can spend the afternoon at its amusement park or just visit one of its marinas. For a bit of history, you tour the Fort York Historical Site, or the MZTV Museum of Television. If you’d like to take in a play, then The Theatre Centre and the Factory Theatre are within a short walk from your front door. For those nights where you’d prefer a movie, then you the Cineplex Cinemas at Yonge and Dundas is just a short drive away.
The King West neighbourhood is considered to be an excellent place for walking and a good area for biking. Local Transit is also easily accessible from your new residence at the Bayview Manor Condo on 915 King St W.
Canderel Stoneridge has developed nearly a dozen buildings in the Toronto area, including the Massey Harris Lofts at 915 King St. W. in the King West neighbourhood.
MASSEY HARRIS LOFTS
A classic red-brick mid-rise, the homes of Massey Harris Lofts offer residents a lot of living space in a vibrant area. These homes were developed in 2003 by Canderel Stoneridge. Residents looking for the unique feel of hard lofts must see what the homes at Massey Harris Lofts have to offer.
Massey Harris Lofts mid-rise is only five-storeys tall, and inside there are 46 units for rent or sale. Loft sizes range from 488 square feet to 1,100 square feet and come in a variety of layouts. Choose from a pure loft with no bedrooms, or opt for a one-bedroom unit with a den.
This building was the original 1883 building that housed Massey Harris Company, a company that manufactured tools during Toronto’s booming industrial era. The conversion was done so that residents can still enjoy that industrial feel with many of the modern elements needed for Toronto living. Since these suites were converted from the original structure, there was only some malleability when it comes to loft layouts.
The historical charm is evident throughout all of the suites, but you can choose a suite that has more hard loft features than others. You can even choose a penthouse suite so that you can enjoy views from all sides of the building. Arched windows, reminiscent of the Revival and Georgian architectural style and the building’s heritage, are both within the building and within the suites. Bay windows line the bottom floor as well, a perfect spot for a reading nook.
Inside you can expect classic vaulted ceilings, 13.5-foot ceilings, the exposed brick, of course, wood beams repurposed from the original structure, and large windows. The features of Massey Harris Lofts gives residents the best of both worlds—classical charm with modern interiors.
With a home at Massey Harris Lofts, you will be continually inspired. You will also stay connected to the city as these homes are located close by to numerous transit stops, the Liberty Village area, and Toronto’s waterfront. Explore your creativity and relax in the heritage-charm of Massey Harris Lofts.
In addition to cozy lofts and rustic features, the homes of Massey Harris Lofts come with a decent listing of amenities. Residents living here at 915 King Street West will love the conveniences that home here offers, including the ability to bring along your pets as well as BBQ allowances.
For security, residents have a security system in the building as well as a protected parking garage for parking your vehicles. Other conveniences include an elevator, quick access to local public transit, and the option to add on Beanfield Fibre. Maintenance fees are fairly reasonable here and are inclusive of air conditioning, heat, water, common elements, and insurance.
Located in the vibrant King West neighbourhood, Massey Harris Lofts are sure-fire hit when it comes to location. Located at 915 King Street West, at the corner of Strachan Avenue and King Street West, the residents of Massey Harris Lofts get to enjoy not only the King West neighbourhood but also Liberty Village and the waterfront promenade. With a home at 915 King Street West, you will stay active and connected to some of Toronto’s most popular areas.
This spot is great for green space and outdoor activities! These condos are right next to Massey Harris Park, and just west of Stanley Park. Head south and you’ll be able to explore the Fort York Historical Site as well as Coronation Park and the waterfront trail.
A home here also puts you close to some exciting Toronto event spots, like the Island, Toronto FC’s and the Argo’s home stadium the BMO Field, the Coca-Cola Coliseum, home to the X Canadian National Exhibit, as well as Budweiser Stage and the Ontario Place island.
Back on land, explore what Liberty Village has to offer, as it is a fun community. Locus 144 is ideal for Italian, but you can also head over to the Brazen Head Irish Pub. There’s also Williams Landing in this area as well as Balzac’s, The Craft Brasserie and Grille, Liberty Commons at Big Rock Brewery, and Merci Mon Ami. These homes are also close to the stretch of Queen West that is home to restaurants like The Drake Hotel and El Almacen!
For conveniences, you have plenty of transit to connect you along King Street West. There is also a Starbucks next door, as well as an Esso gas station, nail salon, Shoppers West on King Street, and a Longo’s.
Canderel Stoneridge has years of experience and expertise in developing vibrant communities in the GTA. Some of their notable projects include YC Condominiums, Aura, DNA3, Tour Des Canadiens 2, and St. Clair Village.
Canderel Stoneridge has over $15 billion in acquisitions, development and management projects, so it is no surprise that Canderel Stoneridge is a leader in real estate development, and managed the project for the stunning Massey Harris Lofts conversion.