1205 Queen Street West
With just 70 West End condos available, Q Loft is a boutique residence found on Queen Street West at Dufferin Street. The property offers contemporary soft loft designs, with exceptional urban convenience.
Standing at seven-storeys, Q Loft has a distinctive corner façade with prominent panelled windows and jutted balconies. Its geometric design gives the impression of a contemporary residence stacked upon a warehouse style podium. On the inside, these Toronto lofts range in size and layout with some two-level exposures. The suites feature nine-foot ceilings, modern kitchens with stainless steel appliances, chic bathrooms, plsu ensuite laundry and private balconies. The building offers some enjoyable amenities, with all the fun of Queen Street West right outside your door.
Right on the corner of Queen and Dufferin, residents at Q Loft will have an endless line up of restaurants, cafes, and bars to explore, with convenient TTC along Queen and Dundas West.
Most Notable Features
Unique address: Across from the railway overpass at Queen and Dufferin, Q Loft holds a unique address in a neighbourhood that has seen a lot of change over the years. Once a grungy arts scene it’s now a trendy design hub. It’s a home address that you’ll always remember.
Visitor parking: Among the amenities offered at Q Loft, residents can take advantage of visitor parking to invite friends and family to visit. Forget the hassle of street parking and tell your guests to drive right to your door. In a busy neighbourhood, visitor parking can be a real time saver.
Queen West living: Arguably Toronto’s most exciting street, Queen Street West offers an experience of Toronto living like no other. Residents at Q Loft will have endless urban conveniences from the local shops and restaurants to the TTC streetcar running 24 hours that can zip you east and west.
With a unique loft at 1205 Queen Street West, you will live in a growing area called South Parkdale, a largely residential neighbourhood with many hip restaurants and bars popping up along Queen Street West. There is a strong local vibe among the shops and stores, a feeling that is fast becoming a real sense of neighbourhood pride. Originally a railway development, South Parkdale is now an up-and-coming Toronto neighbourhood with the Queen Street streetcar running through its heart. Some fun local places to check out include Not My Dog for a nightclub with arcade machines, Beaver Café for comfort food in a former art gallery, and El Almacen for delicious Argentinian empanadas.
Residents will find groceries easily with FreshCo supermarket on Gladstone, as well as a countless number of independent markets and specialty food shops along Queen and Roncesvalles.
For a little slice of nature, you can explore several small parks in the area, as well as Sorauren Park for a Farmers’ Market, and you’re not far from High Park, Toronto’s largest outdoor space.
A great area for walking and biking, you can also find TTC travel options along Queen and Dundas Streets. For drivers, the closest highway is the Gardiner Expy via Dufferin Street.