289 Sumach was originally the Ontario Medical College for Women built in 1890, the property at 289 Sumach Street is great loft conversions with loads of character. Again my only gripe with Bob Mitchell lofts are the below par common areas and hallway finishes. The Lofts themselves are great but the hallways have bright green carpet that was out of date the moment it was laid.


Converted into ten boutique Toronto lofts in 1985, this Cabbagetown residence is a real jewel for anyone seeking beautiful and authentic hard-lofts. The building is just two-storeys, allowing for single and multi-level floor plans, many of which feature private terraces or sundecks. Whether you’re interested in a one-bedroom unit or a larger two-bedroom suite, these hard-loft styles offer original exposed brick and wood beams, hardwood floors and skylights will impress.

The building offers parking, a locker, and ensuite laundry, with all other amenities available within the Cabbagetown neighbourhood. Residents can pop over to Regent Park for a swim or a jog in the park, enjoy a myriad restaurants and cafes, and explore the Daniels Spectrum Arts and Culture Centre.

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