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Argyle Lofts

183 Dovercourt Rd

Argyle Lofts History





About the Loft - Argyle Lofts was converted in 2007 by We Care / Wise Move Group. The building was originally developed in 1873, at which time the famous baker, John Dempster, owed his first bakery and grocery store. In 1919, the building was taken over by the Ideal Bread Factory. The entire ground floor was used for shipping the thousands of loaves of bread produce daily. Argyle Lofts contains 86 units, ranging from 485 to 1800 square feet. Some of the hard loft features include exposed brick, 12 to 16.5 ft ceilings, and two-storey lofts with wide-open plans.


About the Neighbourhood - Beaconsfield Village history begins with the Denison family who were the major landholders in this district dating back to the early 1800's. Captain John Denison was the owner of "Brookfield", built around 1815, at the north-west corner of Queen and Ossington. Beaconsfield Ave., the signature street in the neighbourhood, is named after former British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli, “Lord Beaconsfield”.


183 Dovercourt Rd

Loft Type Hard
Status Completed
Built 2007
No. of Units 86
Storeys 6
Building Amenities

BBQs allowed, visitor parking