Located at 90 Broadview just south of Queen Street, this stylish building boasts a unique structure that houses the pre-existing Coca-Cola bottling plant that was built in 1933. With its unique U shape, large columns and clay-toned façade, this Toronto Loft boasts some unique characteristics that blend seamlessly with the surrounding streetscape.The Ninety’s architecture, open concept layouts and exposed concrete will appeal to buyers seeking a unique urban lifestyle. Long considered one of Toronto’s roughest neighbourhoods, the intersection of Queen and Broadview is now undergoing a transformation, with new shops, services and restaurants springing up in the neighbourhood.Not only does The Ninety have an expansive courtyard – an unusual feature for a building in the downtown core - but it also offers trees and sitting areas with seating and tables.


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