Toy Factory Lofts – 43 Hanna Avenue
“The characteristics that attract people to lofts are so fundamental to our nature – light, space and air. It’s no wonder that we place such an emotional premium on them” says architect Sheldon Levitt of Quadrangle Architects.
“The oldest parts of the Toy Factory were constructed around the turn of the 20th century. Certain sections of the brick walls are several feet in thickness and steel ceiling beams combined with solid Douglas fir posts are not only rare, but irreplaceable. All of this will be kept and rejuvenated by sandblasting until everything looks new and fresh again. As a historical landmark, the Irwin Toy Factory has no equivalent in Liberty Village” adds Sheldon.
The Toy Factory Lofts is located at 43 Hanna Ave in the popular Liberty Village area – regarded as one of Toronto’s most desirable live/work locations. The loft has 7 storeys, 213 suites and like most true factory conversions – original exposed brick, high ceilings and exposed ductwork.
Robert was patient, informative and went at my own pace. Will certainly refer to anyone looking.