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Imperial Lofts

80-90 Sherbourne St

Imperial Lofts History





About the Loft - Imperial Lofts was once used as a warehouse and office for the Imperial Optical Company. The loft was converted in 1997 by Plazacorp, and consist of 2 buildings: a 6-storey authentic brick and beam building built around 1910, and a 3-storey Art Deco office building from the 1930s. Combined, there are a total of 65 suites, ranging from 780 to 1,300 square feet. Some of the hard loft features include exposed brick walls, wood posts & beams, hardwood floors, and a period elevator cab at 90 Sherbourne.


About the Neighbourhood - Old Town is the original town-site of York, as laid out in 1793. While no buildings in the area date from that time period, there are numerous heritage buildings such as Toronto's first post office on Adelaide within the area. Old Town Toronto is filled with buildings predominantly two or three storeys tall. The area also has numerous older warehouses that have been converted to lofts or offices.


80-90 Sherbourne St

Loft Type Hard
Status Completed
Built 1997
No. of Units 65
Storeys 6
Building Amenities

party room