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July 20th, 2018 
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What is a Loft?

An appeal against convention - convention in thinking, convention in building and convention in living. They are a celebration of open concept living and unconventional spaces brought about by the considered application of imagination and a rejection of a mass-market housing.

Lofts have been defined as:

- Large open space with high ceilings and big windows, typically found in former commercial buildings that were converted to residential.

- A living space not partitioned into rooms, or a small space built above a larger room.

- A floor consisting of a large, un-partitioned space over a factory, warehouse or other commercial space.



Types of Lofts:

1. Hard Lofts - older, former commercial/industrial use buildings such as factories, warehouses, schools, and churches converted into unique residential living spaces. Hard lofts usually expose lots of brick, steel beems and piping in the units.






2. Soft Lofts - structures built new from the ground up, incorporating interesting loft characteristics such as high ceilings, large windows and open-concept designs.





If you are interested in purchasing a loft in Toronto or would just simply like more information, please feel free to contact me directly at 416-567-0477 or send an email to john@TOliving.com.


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