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Crane comes down as Sync Lofts construction moves closer to completion on Queen East

Sync Lofts 630 Queen Street East

October 16 2012: A flatbed truck moves into position to load a segment of the construction crane that was disassembled at the Sync Lofts construction site


Sync Lofts

The 8-storey condo loft building now looks much like this artistic rendering — by Toronto architects Tact Design — that appears on the project website.


Loft living: Yesterday’s removal of the big red construction crane was a sure sign that construction of the Sync Lofts condo building is moving closer to completion.

The newest residential addition to Toronto’s Riverside District, Sync Lofts is situated at 630 Queen Street East, between the Don Valley Parkway and Broadview Avenue. A project of Streetcar, Sync Lofts was designed by Toronto’s Tact Design.



Fall move-ins as Trinity Lofts near completion

Trinity Lofts

August 22 2012: Trinity Lofts viewed from the southeast on Eastern Avenue …


Trinity Lofts

… from the southeast, on Trinity Street …


Trinity Lofts

… and from the southwest, on Eastern Avenue


Nearly done:  As construction on Trinity Lofts draws closer to completion, residents are expected to begin moving into the 8-storey, 83-unit building this fall.

A project of local development firm Streetcar, Trinity Lofts is situated at the corner of Eastern Avenue and Trinity Street, just a two-minute walk from Toronto’s historic Distillery District and a not-much-longer walk from the West Don Lands area where the athlete’s village and other facilities are under construction for the 2015 Pan Am Games. The building, which follows the natural curve of Eastern Avenue, contains 81 loft condos with 9-foot ceilings and open concept interiors, as well as 2 townhouse units.