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Loft space was once hard to come by at St. Clair and Avenue Road, but Camrost has changed the game with their Imperial Plaza project.

After opening in 1957, the Imperial Oil Building at 111 St Clair West quickly became one of Toronto’s most iconic skyscrapers. After the company relocated to Calgary, Camrost converted the Imperial Oil Building into a unique residential community with two storeys of immaculately put together lofts.

With 24 suites on the eighth floor and 30 suites on the ninth floor, the lofts boast two storey layouts, ceilings that really soar (up to 16 feet), views of the city that are tough to match and the option to combine units. And though the building is still in the process of being converted, the interiors are stunning. Check out some photos from our construction tour below…

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Windows were being installed on the ninth floor.

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Ceilings in open areas on the ninth floor will top off at 16 feet. Now that’s what we call soaring…

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Looking toward the downtown core from the ninth floor.

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Taking the stairs down a level, we scoped out the eighth floor. These suites are going to be wicked when they’re finished.

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Unfinished conversions make great opportunities to check out the insides of historic buildings.

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Window washers were hard at work cleaning the new loft-sized windows.

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We managed to get up to the roof where the impressive penthouse suites are located. Here’s the view the residents will enjoy looking toward the north.

Imperial Plaza Lofts range from 730 sq. ft. to 1510 sq. ft. and are priced from $469,900.  Register today for exclusive access at For even more info call 416 925 2501 or email

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