The Sorauren Lofts

347 Sorauren Ave

The boutique loft is only 2 stories tall and has only 48 units. It was originally used as a ball-bearing factory. The red brick building with yellow coining around the entrance way is a fantastic display of gothic industrial architecture. In the summer, building is covered in leafy vines. The structure isn’t very wide, so it appears quite small from the street, but it is very long. The long hallways with concrete flooring enhance the industrial experience.

Specs: The units themselves vary incredibly. Some have mezzanine levels, which owners have turned into studies, while others have raised bedroom, giving the appearance of a second floor. Many of the units have plenty of storage space, as the 12-15 foot ceilings allow for lots of creativity. The units on the first floor have wooden beams and pillars, while the second floor units have steel joists.

Amenities: None. Dundas St W is just north of the lofts, where the streetcar runs from 5am to 1pm. Also just a short walk to High Park and Roncesvalles where you can find lots of shops and trendy restaurants

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