The Place: A meticulously renovated two-bedroom home in a century-old building.
The History: This neoclassical-style building opened in 1913 as the Loyal Orange Lodge, a kind of clubhouse for the Protestant fraternal order. Before becoming 18 condos and two commercial units (currently Starbucks and Kalendar café) in the late 1990s, it served as a cinema. This particular unit retains nearly 20-foot ceilings from the movie theatre days, and it also has Palladian windows that date back to the beginning.
Big Selling Point: The location is a diner’s dream: Bar Raval, La Carnita, Woodlot and Dailo are all within a five-minute walk.
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Source: Toronto Life, 05/29/2015