19 River Street
19 River St in Regent Park, Downtown, Toronto, M5A3P1
This charming property is located just north of Queen Street East and Old Brewery Lane, right next door to the Toronto Humane Society. It is a five-story stone and brickwork building.
Once home to the historic Queen City Vinegar Company, the building was converted into modern hard-lofts in 2009, maintaining much of the original structure. Now, Vinegar Co Lofts showcases all the classic features of authentic loft conversions, with exposed wooden beams, dramatic ceiling heights and sandblasted brick walls. Suites range between one and two-bedroom layouts, enjoying a mix of vintage architecture and contemporary steel-and-glass accents, as well as plenty of modern touches including stone countertops and stainless steel appliances. With an array of leisurely amenities, Vinegar Co Lofts is ideal for those wanting an historically enriched space in a fresh urban setting.
With Queen Street to the south and the revitalized Regent Park area nearby, residents will experience a vibrant community of parks, cafes, restaurants, and boutique shops to explore.
Preserving history: Although the conversion saw the addition of two new stories to the former factory, the structure’s heritage features have been preserved, ahceiving a charming and much sought-after combination of old and new. So if you like the idea of living comfortably among original Edwardian architecture, then Vinegar Co Lofts could be the place for you.
Comfortable suites styles: The suites at Vinegar Co Lofts are all either one or two-bedrooms, with floor plans between 624 to 1,030 square feet. With polished concrete floors, exposed brick, and huge warehouse-style windows with tons of natural sunlight, these suites make desirable homes for every lifestyle.
Local recreation centre: Although Vinegar Co Lofts has fewer amenities compared to other downtown Toronto condos, residents are only a short walk to the revitalized Regent Park. There you will find a welcoming community recreation and aquatics centre as well as Daniels Spectrum arts and culture centre.