Just south of Queen Street East, a stone’s throw away from the recently revamped Broadview Hotel, an industrial-style condo offers sweeping treetop views. And beyond those, 736-90 Broadview Avenue touts the perfect, downtown-Toronto-adjacent location on the cusp of South Riverdale and Leslieville.

The unit itself — a just-listed two-bedroom, two-bathroom suite located on one of the uppermost floors of The Ninety Lofts — wows with a roomy, uncluttered interior, high ceilings, and an open-concept layout that allows for natural light to pour into every corner of the space.

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From the front entryway, you’re treated to unobstructed sight lines of the kitchen, dining, and living areas, which culminate into a full wall of floor-to-ceiling windows at the far end of the unit. Hardwood flooring runs throughout. The highlight of the living room is a wood plank accent wall, which invites some colour — including muted pops of red and blue — into the predominantly neutral space.

The home is unabashedly industrial, with no shortage of exposed brick, concrete, and metal — and the decor to match. Industrial-style light fixtures accessorize the tall ceilings and ensure that even on the most overcast of days, the homeowners never want for light.

From the living room, a sliding barn door leads to the primary bedroom, which benefits from a five-piece ensuite bathroom and California Closet-outfitted walk-in closet. The second bedroom, with a four-piece ensuite, is located just off of the front door. The smart-split bedroom layout is perfect for a family with a young child or a roommate arrangement alike.


Building residents also get to enjoy underground parking — an absolute must when you’re living in a city as frigid as Toronto.

Our Favourite Thing

While the suite is an absolute charmer, our favourite thing about this address is actually the bustling offerings surrounding it — especially those that come recommended by the listing’s current owner. A few of these must-visit spots include: Lady Marmalade on Broadview (“go early”), Blackbird Bakery (“delish challah bread”), Comrade (“for cocktails”), Lift Corktown (“great for a workout”), and the local Summer Markets. “Every Thursday in the summer there’s this great market with live music at the underground park,” STOREYS is told.

For the truest of urbanites and passionate pavement stompers, this sweet suite is waiting.




Photography: Soare Productions


This article was produced in partnership with STOREYS Custom Studio.