201 Carlaw Avenue 615

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Perfection at the Printing Factory Lofts

Looking for some authenticity? You've found it in this spectacular unit at the printing factory lofts, circa 1913!

This unparalleled condo boasts soaring 10 foot ceilings, upgraded concrete polished floors, and an enhanced kitchen with an oversized island -- the consummate focal point to all of your social gatherings. The bright living and dining area features a walk-out to a private spacious balcony with a gas hook up for barbecues, making summer entertaining a cinch. The inviting large bedroom includes frosted glass sliding doors and a spacious double closet with custom organizers. A modern four piece bath completes this flawless loft.

Parking and locker included. Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity!

The Printing Factory Lofts was once the home of Rolph Clark Stone Limited, one of Toronto’s top printing companies in the mid-1900s. The painted sign reading “ROLPH CLARK STONE” remains visible on the building entrance. From textbooks to calendars to cigar boxes, today you will still find the company’s imprint on many items of Toronto-made memorabilia. The original building was completed in 1913 and transformed to the current loft community in 2010 by Beaverbook Homes. With over five decades of home building experience, Beaverbrook Homes partnered with Chandler Graham Montgomery Sisam Architects and Mike Niven Interior Designs.

Behind the stunningly restored Neo-Gothic vaulted building entrance with grandiose archways reside ornate mouldings, lovingly reconstructed staircases, original wood flooring, and century-old ceiling details.

In 2011, The Printing Factory Lofts received an honorable mention by the prestigious Toronto Urban Design Awards and garnered the illustrious Paul Oberman Award for outstanding achievement in the field of architecture and design.

By the Numbers

Offered at 549,000.00
Taxes 2459.41 (2018)
Maintenance fee 438.75
(includes water, building insurance, parking, and common elements)
Rental heat pump at 75.00 per month

About the Home

Condo apartment
1 bedroom
1x4 bathroom
651 square feet
Parking & locker
Forced air / gas heating, central air
North exposure

More to Know

Includes stainless steel fridge, stove, built-in dishwasher, microwave/hood fan; kitchen island, stacked washer/dryer, all electrical light fixtures and chandeliers, all window coverings, natural gas barbecue on balcony

The Gallery

Room Dimensions
MainLiving room12.14 x 15.65 ftWalk-out to balcony, concrete floor, combined with dining room
MainDining room12.14 x 15.65 ftCombined with dining room, concrete floor, open concept
MainKitchen8.40 x 12.14 ftStainless steel appliances, centre island, modern kitchen
MainMaster bedroom11.81 x 9.84 ftDouble closet, sliding doors, concrete floor

The 'Hood

At once trendy, hip and urban, and yet ultra indie and eco-conscious, this east end area of Toronto is eclectic, stylish & diverse.

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The amenities.

Building amenities include concierge, meeting and party room, and visitor parking. Gas barbecues allowed.

The neighbourhood.

You're unique. Sophisticated. Whimsical. And always on the lookout for excitement. Shouldn't your neighbourhood reflect your style? Welcome to Leslieville. At once trendy, hip and urban, and yet ultra indie and eco-conscious, this east end area of Toronto is eclectic, stylish, and diverse. With out-of-the-box, original stores setting up camp here, Leslieville has quickly become one of the hottest neighbourhoods of the city. And yet it retains its tight-knit community vibe with local shops and restaurants that strive to embrace the distinctiveness and history that defines Leslieville.

Foodies rejoice: 201 Carlaw Avenue is just steps to Queen Street East, where some of the trendiest Toronto restaurants reside, as well as being a short walk to East Chinatown. Plenty of outdoor space like Jimmie Simpson Park, Withrow Park, Riverdale Park and the Martin Goodman Trail keeps you playing all year round. The local Farmer's Market is also a popular draw.


201 Carlaw Avenue boasts a transit score of 95 with its proximity to the 501 Queen streetcar, which runs east and west across the city and connects to Line 1 on the subway system. The 72 Pape bus connects to Line 2 at Pape Station. The building is also a ten minute walk to the 505 Dundas streetcar, as well as the 504 King streetcar.

Public Schools Catchment.

Morse Street Junior Public School (GR. JK-06), 180 Carlaw Avenue.
Queen Alexandra Middle School (GR. 06-08), 181 Broadview Avenue.
Riverdale Collegiate Institute (GR. 09-12), 1094 Gerrard Street East.
Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute (GR. 09-12), 900 Greendwood Avenue.

Catholic Schools Catchment.

St. Joseph Catholic School (GR. JK-08), 176 Leslie Street.
St. Patrick Catholic Secondary School (GR. 09-12), 49 Felstead Avenue.
Notre Dame High School (GR. 09-12), 12 Malvern Avenue.

Tell Me More About 201 Carlaw Avenue 615

Edward Wang
Broker with Royal LePage Connect Realty


311 Roncesvalles Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M6R 2M6


416 588 8248 office
416 588 5784 direct


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