Formerly the Rawlings Baseball Glove factory, this exclusive building has only 10 units. Fancy having a private elevator? These hard lofts have 10 ft ceilings, exposed brick and beams. There are no amenities however the building sits across the street from Sorauren Park opposite the Robert Watson Lofts.
The building has 10 lofts, no common areas, and no amenities on offer.
“It’s a small building – very intimate and very private,” says real estate agent Chaba Tamasi of Royal LePage Your Community Realty Inc. Brokerage.
The early residents arrived to a gritty neighbourhood that was a long way from gentrification. But the trendy areas of Queen and Dundas streets have migrated west and One Columbus is now walking distance to some of the coolest bars and restaurants in the city.
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Listing information last updated on March 18, 2018
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