Robert Watson Lofts at 363-369 Sorauren Avenue
Charming, neighbourly, and full of character: Robert Watson lofts provide a true converted loft experience in Toronto’s friendly Roncesvalles neighbourhood.
The Price Point
1 Bedroom + Den:
It’s one of the most expensive buildings per square foot in Toronto’s west end – beat only by Home Condos and Noble Court Lofts. But there’s still a lineup to get into these warm and homey Sky Developments lofts.
These lofts are located in the converted Robert Watson Factory, a heritage property that had an extension added during its conversion in 2007. The result, along with two addresses, is a property of hard and soft lofts with tons of character and charm.
The amenities include an exercise room, party room, and visitor parking. Also, barbecues are allowed on balcony spaces, which is a rarity among Toronto’s shared condos.
Expect two unique styles of lofts: industrial and minimalist-chic soft lofts, or warm and character-filled hard lofts.
In both the hard and soft Robert Watson lofts, you’ll find exposed ductwork, polished concrete walls and flooring, and partition walls separating sleeping space. You may find exposed brick walls or wooden ceilings, and most units have balcony space.
You’ll definitely get to know your neighbours here! Roncesvalles is a tight-knit community with a large Polish population and a growing food scene. It has a small-town feel, popular with young families and people who love farmers’ markets. The area is made up mostly of older buildings, brick homes, and quiet streets with parks.
Sorauren Park is just a stone’s throw away from the property, perfect for dog walkers and joggers, and unbeatable park views. You can find amazing baked goods at Mabel’s Bakery and some of Toronto’s best barbecue at Barque Smokehouse.