The now complete six-storey boutique condo was a breath of fresh air in an area where drab high-rise towers were a common sight. So with only a one-bedroom plus den and two-bedroom plus den remaining at The Hive Lofts, there is no time like the present to get out to The Queensway, near Islington Avenue to scope out what’s on offer at the design-forward development.
It won’t take long either.
Beyond the forward-thinking design, Symmetry did an excellent job identifying an area with great access to the downtown core, top notch local amenities and seemingly endless potential to grow and improve.
The Gardiner Expressway is only a short drive away while the Kipling GO Station is within walking distance, making getting around the GTA a breeze.
Also close at hand are the Etobicoke School of the Arts, Holy Angels Catholic School and Bishop Allen Academy. Need some fresh air? The Queensway Park is right around the corner and the Mimico Creek, with its abundant green space, isn’t far either.
For convenient evenings out, two West Toronto hotspots, Sushi Kaji and Luci are just down the street. The Pie Commission, with its wide selection of meat pies, is there for you too if you’re not feeling so fancy.
Heading back to homebase, The Hive Lofts‘ 18 suites were meticulously crafted by the always in-demand design firm, DK Studio. Equally impressive on architecture duty is boundary-pushing firm Teeple Architects.
The two remaining suites have plenty to boast about too. The one-bedroom plus den features an open concept floorplan with a separate study nook while the two-bedroom plus den suite has an oversized kitchen with an eight foot island, wide plank hardwood flooring, 10 foot ceilings and a large wrap-around balcony.
The Hive Lofts’ one-bedroom plus den
The Hive Lofts two-bedroom plus den
Want to learn more about the remaining opportunities at The Hive Lofts? Call John Bell from Unique Urban Homes at 416 391 3232 or email him at email@example.com.