637 Lake Shore Blvd.

Condo of the Week: $1.3 mil for a two-storey suite with three bedrooms in Tip Top Lofts

Looking for a condo that doesn’t feel like a condo? Look no further than this two-storey, fully-renovated sub penthouse in the historic Tip Top Lofts building on Lake Shore Boulevard.

Boasting 18-foot south-facing windows with views of the courtyard and Lake Ontario, this home is bursting with natural light from top to bottom. The unit at 833 – 637 Lake Shore Blvd. W. includes a parking spot, amenities like a party room and gym and a 24-hour concierge.

Tip Top Lofts, also known as the Tip Top Tailors Building, is a historic 1920s industrial building which was converted to a condo building in the early 2000s. Designed in the art deco style and built in 1929, the building was originally the retail and manufacturing headquarters of menswear company Tip Top Tailors Ltd., which was founded in 1909.

Today, the building is still in high demand as it’s conveniently located near the waterfront and just a quick jaunt away from the downtown core.

Although it’s been renovated, the building’s exterior facade looks strikingly similar to the original, complete with the iconic red “Tip Top Tailors” sign on the roof.

Inside the unit, floor-to-ceiling windows are the real showstopper, lending beautiful natural light and fantastic views. 

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The loft was recently renovated and features top-quality finishes like stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops in the kitchen.

The open-concept area also includes space for a dining room table.

There’s room for an office space on the first floor — which could also double as a third bedroom.

Upstairs, you can see the entire living area laid out below. 

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The clean finishes continue in the open and airy master bedroom. 

Here is a look at one of the suite’s two bathrooms:

The suite also boasts a second bedroom that currently serves as a nursery — equipped with floor-to-ceiling curtains.

833 – 637 Lake Shore Blvd. W. is listed by Jeff Knight of Chestnut Park Real Estate Limited.

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