39 Brant St Unit 918 – 1 Bedroom + 1 Washroom – Leased

Glass door entrance to Brant Park Lofts on Adelaide St W and Brant St.

39 Brant St, aka Brant Park Lofts, in Queen West, Toronto.

Building Name: Brant Park Lofts

Address: 39 Brant St – Unit 918, Toronto, ON M5V 2L9

Neighbourhood: Adelaide St W & Brant St (Queen West)

Developer: Lamb Development

Architect: Architects Alliance

Interior Designer: IV Design

Property Manager: Icon Property Management

Year Built: 2016

# of Storeys: 11

# of Units: 236

Parking: N/A

Locker: Owned

Size: 496 sq. ft.

Rooms: 1 Bedroom + 1 Washroom

Leased: $2,050

Agent: Wins Lai, Living Realty Inc., Brokerage

Brant Park Lofts – Building Details

Concept art of Brant Park Lofts exterior on Adelaide St W and Brant St, Queen West.

Brant Park Lofts is a low-rise condo in Toronto’s Queen West neighbourhood.

The building’s facade, characterized by a grid pattern, is full of exact angles, clean white lines, and cool blue glass.

Inside, Brant Park is far less formal and rigid, offering a range of luxury amenities, while outside the best of Queen West awaits.

Remarkable restaurants, trendy cafes, fabulous fashion and a thriving nightlife scene—it’s no wonder Queen West is a popular tourist destination.

39 Brant St Unit 918 – The Space

39 Brant St Unit 918, Brant Park Lofts, industrial-style kitchen, living room and dining room with laminate floors.

The suites at Brant Park can only be described as “industrial chic.”

So what exactly is “industrial chic?”

It means you’ll find exposed concrete walls and ceilings throughout, giving the suite a warehouse vibe.

Industrial-style loft with unfinished wall and ceiling on 39 Brant St Unit 918 in Queen West, Brant Park Lofts.

For example, here the unfinished wall and ceiling create a sense of ruggedness.

However, this roughness is balanced out by shiny laminate floors and floor-to-ceiling windows.

39 Brant St Unit 918, Brant Park Lofts, in Queen West with huge windows and exposed concrete wall and ceiling.

The grainy floors and sun-soaked windows add a softer, more organic touch.

And thanks to its open-concept design, 39 Brant St is also very spacious.

Spacious and empty condo unit at 39 Brant St Unit 918, Brant Park Lofts, in Queen West Toronto.

This angle reveals the true scope of Unit 918, from wide floors to soaring ceilings.

39 Brant St Unit 918 – Kitchen

L-shaped kitchen with modern appliances at 39 Brant St Unit 918, Brant Park Lofts, in Queen West.

Unit 918’s kitchen is more modern than industrial.

Its L-shaped layout bends around corners without breaking flow, while multiple floor-level and mounted cabinets provide generous storage.

The kitchen is also beautiful but practical, featuring contrasting cabinets, durable stone counters, and a sensible backsplash.

Black and white cabinets and stainless-steel appliances at 39 Brant St Unit 918, Brant Park Lofts, in Queen West.

Stainless steel, concrete, laminate and stone—this kitchen effortlessly combines the past and present.

Unit 918 comes with the following appliances:

  • A stainless-steel fridge, cooktop and range hood
  • An oven, microwave and dishwasher
  • A stacked washer and dryer
Close up of stainless-steel fridge in modern L-shaped kitchen with recessed appliances.

Because the appliances are built directly into their surroundings, they save even more space.

39 Brant St Unit 918 – Master Bed and Bath

39 Brant St Unit 918, Brant Park Lofts, in Queen West, master bedroom with exposed ceiling and wall.

The master bedroom flaunts the same industrial-chic style, with an exposed ceiling and wall.

To soften the washed-out look of the unfinished parts, the master bedroom employs slick laminate floors and smooth gray tones.

It also features a large closet with sliding doors.

39 Brant St Unit 918, Brant Park Lofts, in Queen West, master bedroom with dark laminate floors and kitchen view.

An open-concept design offers easy access to and from other rooms.

Unlike the rest of Unit 918, the bathroom is 100% finished.

For example, instead of exposed concrete it uses polished black tiles along the walls, floor and bathtub sides.

39 Brant St Unit 918 washroom with large, rectangular polished black tiles and gray and white colours.

The contrast of black against gray is especially striking.

It also features a soaker tub with rain-shower, a waterfall faucet, and a vanity with cabinets and extra-wide mirror.

39 Brant St Unit 918 – Balcony

Balcony of 39 Brant St Unit 918, Brant Park Lofts, with glass-panels.

The 9th floor balcony furnishes a view of Adelaide St W, with glass panels extending your field of vision.

Unit 918’s balcony is wide enough for a table and several chairs, making it the ideal place to socialize.

And if that wasn’t enough, the balcony sports a gas connection for barbecues!

View of fog-covered CN Tower and Toronto buildings from balcony of 39 Brant St Unit 918, Brant Park Lofts.

Residents can also enjoy clear views of the CN Tower (weather permitting).

Brant Park Lofts – Amenities

Gym with exercise bike and weights at Brant Park Lofts in Queen West, Toronto.

This fully-equipped gym is just one of several perks of living at Brant Park Lofts.

Residents have access to world-class amenities such as:

  • 24-hr concierge and security
  • Gym with weights and cardio
  • Party room and rec centre
  • Meeting room and lounge
  • Rooftop terrace with BBQ areas
  • Guest suites and visitor parking

About Queen West

Red TTC articulated streetcar bending around corner of Queen West, Toronto; buildings and CN Tower in background.

Queen West is scenic, historic and always exciting (Anthony G. Reyes, Flickr).

Part of Toronto’s famous Fashion District, Queen West is home to several major brands and retailers.

According to SeeTorontoNow:

Set against a backdrop of historic buildings, Queen West has one of the trendiest shopping scenes in Toronto.

For example, Brant Park is less than 10-minutes walking distance from Michael Kors, Urban Outfitters, Lululemon and Aldo.

Red streetcar and small shops along Queen West, Toronto.

Queen West also has many small boutiques and novelty shops (Anthony G. Reyes, Flickr).

Another advantage of life at Queen West is its countless multicultural restaurants.

There’s something for everyone, including: Patria (Spanish), Cibo (Italian), Jules Bistro (French), Kinton Ramen (Asian), and Ricarda’s (Mediterranean).

Hand holding papaya topped with blackberries, strawberries, grains and other fruits.

Looking for delicious vegan food? Try Fresh On Spadina (Pixabay).

Queen West also has enough cafes and bakeries to satisfy the most demanding sweet-tooth.

There’s Quantum Coffee, Strange Love, Le Gourmand, Fahrenheit, Forget Me Not, and of course Starbucks.

Exterior of Aroma Espresso Bar on Queen West along with other shops and buildings.

Aroma Espresso on Augusta is another local favourite (Anthony G. Reyes, Flickr).

In search of something to do after work?

Queen West has a very active nightlife scene, with SeeTorontoNow declaring:

At night the neighbourhood offers lively patios and bars and a variety of live music ranging from roots to rock at internationally-renowned venues like the Cameron House, the Horseshoe and the Rex.

Performer on stage at concert with audience cheering; bright lights.

Whether you love to drink, dance or party, Queen West has a place just for you (Pixabay).

Other Location Highlights:

  • Minutes from Chinatown, City Place and Entertainment District
  • 4-minutes walk to Graffiti Alley, Toronto’s most “unexpected tourist attraction”
  • Walking distance to several art galleries, theatres, museums and concert halls
  • 1-minute walk to St. Andrew’s Playground and several green-spaces
  • 100 Transit Score, 99 Walk Score and 99 Bike Score

The WOW Factor

Condo with laminate floors and exposed concrete at 39 Brant St Unit 918, Brant Park Lofts, Queen West.

Spacious, stylish and affordable, 39 Brant St has everything you could want in a condo.

At $2,050 a month, 39 Brant St is more affordable than most Toronto condos.

In fact, the average 1-bedroom Toronto apartment goes for $2,300 a month. That means you end up saving $250 per month—or $3000 a year!

Besides the great price, residents can also enjoy an industrial-chic suite with laminate floors, huge windows, a modern kitchen, and a gorgeous bed and bath.

All that, plus luxury amenities and a Queen West location make this condo a steal!

Want to know more about 39 Brant St Unit 918? Take the Virtual Tour or contact me below.


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