Found on Queen Street East near Jarvis, Richard Bigley Lofts is a modern testament to Toronto's past as well as a highly sought-after residence. Originally constructed in 1876, the property owes itself to Mr. Bigley, a smart businessman well known for selling Happy Thought stoves and for putting his name on buildings. In 1997, Live/Work Inc. converted the space into three unique and exclusive Toronto lofts for sale and for rent. Each suite enjoys its own full floor with classic loft finishes like hardwood flooring, exposed brick, ten-foot ceilings, and huge sun-filled windows. Though the building is small, the suites are spacious and inspiring, ideal for settled professionals who want to live and work downtown. Just outside your door, you'll discover Toronto's colourful Church Street Corridor experience stretching from Church Street restaurants and clubs, Yonge-Dundas Square nightlife, the Eaton Centre, Ryerson University, all the way to Yorkville shopping and Queen Street's exciting music scene.