TORONTO'S MAJOR CONDO BUILDINGS
East End Condos and Lofts
Life's better in the 'burbs
Toronto's East End takes in parts of Scarborough, East York and the Upper Beaches. Largely residential, each neighbourhood has its own distinct flavour. Composed of family-friendly, complete communities, the East End is well-equipped with schools, parks and sports fields. Residents enjoy many active living options, from community and recreation centres to the extensive Don Valley and Waterfront trail systems.
Traditional storefronts, small plazas and big box malls are the norm, rather than major shopping centres. Shopping areas are concentrated in the Golden Mile and Warden Corridor.
Condos are springing up in these comfortable suburban neighbourhoods. As with many Toronto communities, the East End's diverse ethnic population contributes to a richness of cuisine and culture.
Listed below are some of the Major Condo Buildings in Toronto. If the building or loft you are interested in isn't shown, email Remax Condos Plus or click here to search for other properties.
- ABBEY LANES LOFTS (261 King Street East)
- ABSOLUTE LOFTS (77 Lombard Street)
- ACADEMY LANES LOFTS (1852 Queen Street East)
- BROADVIEW LOFTS (68 Broadview Avenue)
- CENTURY LOFTS (365 Dundas Street East)
- EDGE LOFTS (625 Queen Street East)
- GARMENT FACTORY LOFTS (233 Carlaw Avenue)
- iZONE LOFTS (326 Carlaw Avenue)
- KNITTING MILL (426 Queen Street East)
- LIBERTY LOFTS (383 Adelaide Street East)
- LOFTS ON FREDERICK STREET (180 Frederick Street)
- MintoSkyy BLUE SKY CONDOMINIUMS (Broadview Avenue & Pottery Road)
- PACE (155 Dundas St E)
- PEANUT FACTORY (306 Sackville Street)
- PRINTING FACTORY LOFTS (201 Carlaw Avenue)
- QUEEN CITY VINEGAR CO. LOFTS (19 River Street)
- RICHMOND MEWS (287 Richmond Street East)
- RIVERSIDE LOFTS (747 Queen Street East)
- SUMACH LOFTS (289 Sumach Street)
- TANNERY LOFTS (736 Dundas Street East)
- WRIGLEY LOFTS (245 Carlaw Avenue)