– You’ll be in good company in this vibrant community.
Warehouse Lofts Toronto is playing a big part in the revitalization sweeping Toronto’s Old Town. Regent Park’s transformation to successful market-driven, mixed-use neighborhood has become a model for successful urban renewal. Neighboring Moss Park is undergoing a major refresh, too, and Corktown’s boom has livened up the area with interesting people, quality markets, parks, community events and more.
Queen and Parliament is hitting its stride as the next downtown hub for business and residential living. With the exciting renewal of the Moss Park and Regent Park neighborhoods, the revitalized Canary District, New Corktown, George Brown College campus, and the iconic Distillery District all nearby, you’re at the center of a dynamic, evolving part of the city.
And while there are plenty of new condo communities populating this area with young, urban residents – the Canary District and River City developments have both changed the face of these traditionally industrial neighborhoods – they aren't the only residents impacting in the area.
Exciting, innovative businesses are staking their claim on this part of town as well, making for a high-energy mix of commercial and residential that makes this an enviable place to live, work and play.
Google lives here
Tech giant and visionary developer Alphabet Inc., Google's parent company, has chosen Toronto’s eastern waterfront for their city of the future. The USD$50 billion, 12-acre arts and innovation district will house Google City, Google's new state-of-the-art Canadian headquarters, as well as residential, office and commercial space.
The transit and walk scores here are pretty much unbeatable: the super-central Queen and Parliament location makes it incredibly easy to get around town.
With the 501 Queen, the 504 King and the 65 Parliament, streetcars and buses will get you where you want to go. Plus, there's a future TTC relief line slated for King, and a GO/VIA station planned near Cherry Street, so transit options will only get better.
You're a 15-minute stroll from Yonge, a five-minute walk to the amazing shops and restaurants in the Distillery, 10 to St. Lawrence Market, and about three to the incredible new 150,000 square foot indoor/outdoor Moss Park Community Centre. Take a wander over the lovely Riverside Bridge, shop at the Underpass Farmers’ Market, walk to the Eaton Centre, shop the cool stores on Queen, and take in the tree-lined streets, mix of heritage and modern architecture, art parks, and creative shops and businesses.
Cycling through this bike-friendly ‘hood is a great way to commute and enjoy the lovely Martin Goodman Trail and the vehicle-free Toronto Islands. Warehouse Lofts Toronto has plenty of bicycle parking for tenants and employees alike, with a bike repair station and shower facilities designed for those commuting in on two wheels.
While you hardly need a car in a neighborhood this central and well-served by transit, if you need to head west or north, both the Gardner Expressway and the DVP are close by.
Whether it's business or pleasure, getting out of town and back again is snap. Billy Bishop Airport is a short Uber or streetcar ride away, so it’s easy for out-of-town guests and clients to get to you – or for you to get to them. This award-winning urban airport is serviced by Porter Airlines and Air Canada, with shuttles to Union Station and other key locations in the city.