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Workloft Condos in Toronto by Lamb development Corp:

One-bedroom, one-bedroom-plus-den and two-bedroom suites range in size from about 500 sq. ft. up to a spectacular three-bedroom rooftop penthouse offering 2,283 sq. ft. of interior living space with a spectacular 4,200- sq.-ft. terrace.

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Worklofts Condos will introduce you to a different way of life that combines the personal and the professional in a unique blend of commercial and residential spaces wrapped up in a stunning package designed by Core Architects.

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There are commercial on the first and second floor, and then from the third floor to the ninth

The Worklofts project is the collaboration between two condo corporations that allows purchasers to conveniently live, work, or both. Whether you’re a painter, or a lawyer - anyone who’s got a commercial use - you can lawfully buy one of these studios and run a business there.

The draw to Worklofts condo is threefold – the live/work concept, the location, and the building itself. Queen Street East is probably the most exciting commercial and residential strip in the city.

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Bordered by historic Leslieville to the east, Riverside to the west, Riverdale to the north and the shores of Lake Ontario to the south, the Film District boasts all the amenities you want and need just a short walk from home.

Whether you’re running errands during the day, or looking for entertainment in the evening, Queen Street East is a hotbed of activity. Dotted with restaurants and bars, trendy clothing stores and everything your could ask for in the home décor department, Queen Street East has long been a hot-spot for the fashion-forward, the artistic, the young and old.

Despite your preconceived notions of city living, greens pace isn’t that hard to come by, with Greenwood Park just down the street. However, if it’s more city you’re looking for, this location is also conveniently close to the Don Valley Parkway, the Gardiner Expressway, and the TTC is right at your doorstep.

The third, and probably most important draw to Worklofts is the building itself. In keeping with the area’s  historic feel, Core Architects designed the structure to combine the old and the new.

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Take a walk through the neighborhood and the first thing you’ll notice is the warehouses. Although constructed of all new materials, the base of the building – the four-storey commercial space – has the look of an existing, historic brick warehouse.

Sitting atop this heavy brick base is the residential sector of the building – a light, modern, industrial glass-and-aluminum structure.

As not just the architects of the project but also the interior designers, Core Architects maintained the integrity of this historic area in the project’s interiors. In the same spirit of old and new, residential and commercial, the building’s interior features large, open-concept living and dining spaces, with exposed concrete walls, concrete ceilings and warehouse-style columns.

The finishes are extremely high-end for the market place. The GE stainless steel appliances and gas stoves, double Caesar Stone counters, Scavolini high-gloss kitchens, all the finishes here are better than anyone else is doing on this level of building.

On top of that (literally on top) the building’s Green roof is another notable feature of the Worklofts project. Instead of looking down at a black tar-and-gravel membrane, which absorbs a lot of heat in the summer causing heat island effect (you know when you go downtown and it feels twice as hot on a July day), a Green roof is growing. It doesn’t absorb and reflect heat like a black tar roof. It actually cools the building and holds rainwater. And it’s much nicer to look at to.

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