The Noble Court Lofts are a conversion from an old industrial office, into funky New York styled post brick and beam hard lofts, in the funky Parkdale district, in west-end Toronto. They house 79 units ranging in size from 400 to 1,300 square feet. The interior character of the lofts include the exposed brick walls, hardwood flooring, high wooden ceilings, timber columns and beams along with expansive windows that dominate the building’s façade.
The Noble Court Lofts are found north of Queen Street, east of Lansdowne and west of Dufferin in the Parkdale neighbourhood. This area is becoming a trendy locale for galleries, fab eateries, bistros, antique markets, lounges and bars. The trendy Drake Hotel and Gladstone Hotel, both top rated boutique hotels and restaurants are just east of these lofts.The Noble Court Lofts have been re-zoned to accommodate a live/work lifestyle, with low maintenance fees reflected, with the lack of amenities. There are 20 surface parking spaces available, on a first come policy. These lofts are an affordable choice for buyers looking to live within a hip and artsy west-end Toronto hood, and that are priced out of the already popular Beaconsfield, Queen West and Liberty Village areas.
26 Noble Street Lofts
A converted 1903 warehouse that is now the unique home to 11 units which are owned and run by those in the Arts, combining a blend of working studios along with some live/work loft spaces. Their mandate is to support the arts and new buyers have to be approved by their Corporation. The building is self-managed with fees adjusted to appropriate expenses. This building has high plank ceilings, exposed pipes and is a quintessential traditional type of "New York" style of loft living. It’s also unique in being a non-smoking building. Pets are restricted, with dogs not allowed. This loft building has only had 2 MLS sales, and is rarely available.
Both of these loft buildings in west-end Toronto's funky and edgy Parkdale hood, are also near to the buzzing Liberty Village cluster of condos, restaurants, galleries, bars and shopping. The 24 hr. Queen streetcar makes transportation a breeze, in addition to the buses along Lansdowne and the Bloor-Danforth subway line. The Exhibition Go Station is another brilliant option for getting around easily, and of course the other green way to go, is hopping on your bike. The Billy Bishop airport found on Toronto Island, is just minutes away and is the urbanite's choice for convenient air travel.
24 Noble Street Property Values *Treb Stats 2015
Studios range from $282,000
1 bedrooms range from $315,000 to $490,000
If you're interested in this building and would like more information, contact April Esteves at email@example.com or 416.587.6429