Imperial lofts


On Monday I had to take one of my kids to the dentist and on the way home we passed the old Imperial Tobacco which is now in the process of being converted to lofts. It doesn’t look like much from the outside yet, but I snapped a picture so I would remember to go to the website. Well I did today and they sure sure look nice!

I’m not even really a big loft kind of person. I like the open space in theory but also like having closed doors. What I really need is a two storey house with an open concept downstairs with closed bedrooms/offices upstairs. Still, looking through that site, I could almost be convinced to switch to a loft frame of mind. Well, maybe if I didn’t have kids, that is.

2 Comments so far

  1. ladyjaye (unregistered) on November 22nd, 2006 @ 12:07 pm

    Do you think there will be a lingering faint tobacco smell in those lofts? LOL (I kid, I kid…)

    Seriously, I doubt they’d have any problems selling them — it’s within walking distance of Lionel-Groulx station and of the Atwater Market…

  2. Lisa Hunter (unregistered) on November 23rd, 2006 @ 8:53 pm

    We live in a loft with kids (with separate bedrooms), and it works out fine once you get used to it. Sure, it gets loud, but it’s easier to keep an eye on everyone — the kids don’t disappear into their rooms to get cyberstalked.

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