Noble Court Lofts – 24 Noble Street
Noble Court Lofts is probably one of the (if not ‘the’) most affordable authentic hard lofts in Toronto.
The affordability is due to the location. However, if you’re an investor, the Parkdale area might appeal to you as it’s currently in the “up and coming” stages (see article on Lofts as Investments). The area is showing increasing signs of gentrification as Queen St. West’s sphere of influence extends further westward. “Hipster” cafes, lounges, restaurants, shops, and art galleries are cropping up, and former “dive” hotels such as the Gladstone and the Drake have recently been purchased and renovated in a trendy manner. Local taverns and bars, such as the Cadillac Lounge and Wrong Bar, have begun receiving new patronage from artists and urbanites seeking refuge from the fashion boutiques further east on Queen Street West.
Initially, the Noble Court Lofts was an old mill, subsequently converted to office and studio space and then in the mid-90’s zoned for luxury live/work loft suites. The building boasts the original architectural features, such as massive timber columns and beams, exposed brick, large windows, hardwood floors and 10 foot ceilings.
This loft has location, appeal as an investment, affordability and is one of only a few dozen true hard loft conversions in Toronto. Seem a bit too good to be true? The catch is that there’s rarely anything available.
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