The Brock Lofts at 27 Brock Avenue
Industrial, cool, and full of character: The Brock Lofts is a sought-after hard loft conversion with soaring ceiling heights and true loft vibes.
The Price Point
1 Bedroom + Den:
The Brock Lofts was formerly the Eureka Refrigeration Company, and now is home to just over 20 units in a true hard loft conversion. Completed in 2003, The Brock has a number of different types of units ranging from bachelors to 1 bedroom penthouses with dens.
The building offers skylights and a rooftop deck with barbecue access, but few other amenities, which keeps fees low.
With just 24 units, this building doesn’t have listings very often – and when it does, they get snapped up quickly.
High ceilings, unique layouts, exposed brick-and-beams, and a real loft experience make the The Brock Lofts truly drool-worthy.
Expect large industrial windows, multi-storeys with floating (or spiral) metal staircases, and updated appliances throughout. Most units have hardwood flooring and exposed brick, which has been painted over in some units with bright, fun colours.
Almost none of the units come with outdoor space and only a few have parking; these may be necessities for some.
Located at Brock and Queen (just west of Dufferin), The Brock is technically in Brockton Village – but feels more like the perfect mix of Parkdale, Trinity Bellwoods, and Liberty Village. You’ll find an interesting mix of neighbourhood demographics here, from young professionals to artsy folks to singles.
Steps away from Grand Electric, The Rhino, and The Drake, you’ll never be late for another after work get-together again.