Commonly found in one-time industrial parts of the Greater Toronto Area, a heritage-rich loft conversion is taking shape in historic Newmarket.
King George School Lofts & Town Homes from boutique developer the Rose Corporation is both a nod to the past and a step forward for the century-old red-brick building at 400 Park Avenue that has been vacant for several years.
With sales expected to launch soon, those interested should register at www.LiveAtKingGeorge.com for the latest updates, including first word on when the King George School Lofts & Town Homes presentation centre will open its doors.
The new community will revitalize the unique site, with 11 condo lofts in the heritage designated school building, which dates back to 1912 and is a short walk from Old Newmarket’s Main Street and its boutique shops and restaurants.
There will be 14 new two-storey free-hold townhomes measuring around 2,000 square feet alongside the restored former schoolhouse, in which lofts range from 650 to 1,400 square feet.
King George School Lofts & Town Homes offers a prime location for Toronto-bound commuters, given it’s near the Newmarket GO Station, YRT/VIVA bus service and highways 400 and 404.
The Rose Corporation has brought in Audax to handle the design of King George School Lofts & Town Homes. Audax is an award-winning architecture firm that’s no stranger to heritage projects. In recent years, the firm handled a yarn factory condo conversion in Toronto.
For more on King George School Lofts & Town Homes, visit www.LiveAtKingGeorge.com.