The Worx (also known as The Monarch Building) is an original loft conversion in Toronto’s Lower West Side. Completed in 1998, Waterloo Capital, John Berman and Matthew Rosenblatt converted The Monarch Building into 34 suites of one and two storey lofts. The suites range in size from 980 sq ft to 1800 sq ft. Suites feature lofty characteristics like 10 1/2 - 11 foot ceilings, exposed wood columns and ceilings, exposed brick and large windows. The top two levels (fifth and sixth floors) are two-storey penthouse units with terraces. The first floor lofts feature garden terraces. Parking is outdoors and gated. The building is getting more popular as the area is becoming a destination for restaurants like Susur, Thuen and the French Bistro “Le Select” next door. Commuting is simple as Spadina streetcars are a block away or the Gardiner is just around the corner but far enough that it can’t be heard. This is one of the nicest authentic lofts to be found in the city.
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