1. ↑ Queen West: To start off, here's a 500sq.ft. bachelor pad in the Chocolate Company Lofts (not to be confused with the Candy Factory Lofts, right next door). It's directly across the street from Trinity Bellwoods Park, and the west-facing unit gets lots of afternoon light.
2. ↑ Little Italy: More exposed brick here in this 950sq.ft. one-bedroom apartment on Delaware Avenue. It's the third floor of a house, and apparently there's a large deck. Presumably there's a kitchen, too, although only one shelf is shown (three shots of the bathroom, though).
3. ↑ Distillery District: Here's a south-facing one-bedroom condo. One wall seems to be covered with chalkboard paint, so you can play life-sized Hangman games.
4. ↑ Yonge/Finch: Heading north, here's a one-bedroom unit in what looks like a conference centre complex. The unit's on the 30th floor, so it has some great views of the city. The building has a huge swimming pool, a fitness centre and a billiards room, and it's close to Finch subway.
5. ↑ Liberty Village: Here's a two-storey, one-bedroom townhouse with laundry, parking and what looks like a great terrace.
6. ↑ Queen West: Yet another snack-food factory loft; here's a 1000 sq.ft. studio unit in the former Planter's Peanuts plant. The second-storey unit has maple floors and a southeastern exposure, and the rent includes all utilities. Note: no instruments allowed, so your tuba trio isn't welcome. · Curbed Comparisons Archives [Curbed Toronto]
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