You can’t imagine a more appropriate location for a loft than a residential street in the heart of Queen West Village. The Oxford on Markham was a former picture factory and was converted by Bob Mitchell in 1986 into sixteen multi level lofts. Lofty features include exposed brick, high ceilings running from ten to twelve feet, timber columns, and steel joists. Many suites have hard to find roof top terraces, some have skylights, and there is underground parking. Some suites can have as many as four levels. Like most small conversions the building has little amenities and the maintenance fees are low.
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