On the edge of the King East neighborhood and a short walk to Riverside, Carhart Lofts at 535 Queen St. E is truly a unique building in a unique location. Once a Corktown jean factory, this small boutique loft building now features eleven live/work units with post and beam construction, exposed brick, and ceilings reaching twelve feet. Enormous windows and concrete or wood flooring add to the ambiance in this loft conversion building. Each unit is about 1500 square feet, and the basement unit stretches across the entire bottom of the building, including ramps, stairs, and a kitchen built on a concrete stand where one of the factory’s presses once found its home. Because of its location “in-between” neighborhoods, transportation is a thing of ease; the streetcar is only steps away from your home, and the Don Valley Parkway is easily accessible. This location also lends itself to a myriad of entertainment and amusement options; King East is famous for its excellent restaurant scene and high-end designer furniture stores, while Riverside, only a stroll away, is home to some of Toronto’s best cafes, burgers, and brunch restaurants. The Opera House, a live music venue that was once a Vaudeville theatre is also located in easily accessible Riverside. With so much at your fingertips, there is no need to venture far from your home at the one-of-a-kind Toronto lofts building, Carhart Lofts.