660 Pape Ave
660 Pape Ave in North Riverdale, East End, Toronto, M4K3S5
Formerly the Riverdale Presbyterian Church, the original structure was constructed at the corner of Pape and Harcourt in 1912 and expanded in 1920. One of Toronto’s earliest loft conversions, these authentic hard lofts boast a very generous square footage. Converted in 2005, the striking Glebe Lofts offer soaring 14-foot ceilings and expansive skylights to let in plenty of natural light. Situated just south of Toronto’s famed Danforth on Pape Avenue, this Toronto loft will appeal to buyers seeking a true loft conversion in a historic building. Rising only four stories, this four-storey building houses 32 authentic hard lofts.
Most Notable Features
Inventive suite layouts: Buyers seeking inventive designs will find it in these Toronto condos for sale, which feature a five-level design that offers street access, southwestern exposures and open and as well as private spaces, which will appeal to buyers looking for unique layouts that aren’t found elsewhere in the city.
A multi-use conversion: While most of this Gothic revival structure has been transformed into loft condominiums, the north portion of the building still operates as a place of worship.
A sought-after neighbourhood: Residents can step outside their door and explore Greektown, with its wide array of restaurants, health food stores and markets – and the ever-popular Taste of the Danforth festival!