Biblio Lofts

Welcome to Biblio Lofts

Your Story Starts Here

Your new home is waiting. Boutique condo living next door to Leslieville’s historic Queen & Saulter Library.

BIBLIO’s quiet, contemplative spaces are purposefully designed to be the place where your 12-hour dinner party gives way to the next morning’s espresso-fueled brainstorm. It’s a narrative consistent with the creative conscience of the area: 30 design-driven residences; unique and luxurious loft-style condos, faithfully laid out to be well lived-in. Living spaces that are bound in an elegant package built to be in constant conversation with its surroundings.


More Than Just a Pretty Cover

The interiors of your new home have been thoughtfully curated by Commute Design Studio with comfort in mind, inside and out.

All of BIBLIO’s lofts have been designed with an emphasis on the life you’ll lead within their walls. Inside your suite, you’ll find Scavolini kitchens with premium appliances, 9-foot-tall ceilings, cool yet cozy hardwood floors, and tons of lovingly crafted, custom designer finishes from Commute Design Studio. Every suite is an homage to urban living in Toronto.


Rooftop Amenity

BIBLIO believes in putting its most friendly face forward. To that end, three premium retail storefronts and a dedicated lobby entrance greet passersby at street level. From there the building keeps things grounded with a private gym on the main floor. Moving on up, the elegant common room eagerly awaits your next party, while the intimate rooftop patio keeps watch over the bustle of Queen East below.


Heart is Where the Home is

Woven into the canvas of the community: a building that feels like your house, a neighbourhood that feels like your home.

Steps from the Don River and bound in rich history, Leslieville is a neighbourhood of short commutes and long conversations over great food. In the open and airy embrace of the East End, the buildings talk to each other. Beautiful buildings, each with its own unique character and timbre, reach up from the pavement and forward from the area’s rich past. Brownstones arch their eyebrows at each other, windows compliment doors across the street, and pillars stretch up to wave at each other from historic corners.

History for the Books

BIBLIO offers a forum for the street-smart and the well-read alike. Somewhere the pen is still mightier. A bacchanalia of ideas and points of view.

Leslieville’s rich history is evidenced by its iconic architecture. Once over the Queen Street Viaduct, completed in 1910, you’ll find streets lined by beautiful heritage buildings like the Broadview Hotel and our elegant neighbour, the Queen & Saulter Library, formerly known as Postal Station G, built in 1913.

Together these buildings tell a generational story. A tale of sprawling, multipurpose brick buildings housing tailors, studios, factory floors, and loft condos. Buildings where the models streaming in and out of studios meet young writers on the stairs. Where young photographers stare longingly out the windows as their motion-minded counterparts frame shots as a part of the city’s nascent film scene. Now these buildings are part of a bustling community that is changing at a steady pace all its own.

Material & Finishes

Design Between the Lines

Warm wood, rugged stone, and rippling glass. Our love of design lives in the little details that make every unit unique, and make yours, well, yours.

Palette - A + A1

  • Oxide steel upper + lower cabinets (a) Oxide steel lower cabinets and hono elm (a1)
  • Wood flooring: latte
  • Countertop + backsplash: Piatra grey quartz composite surface

Palette - B + B1

  • Hono elm – horizontal grain upper + lower cabinets (b)
  • Hono elm lower cabinets + white 021 upper cabinets (b1)
  • Wood floor: latte
  • Countertop + back splash: Misty carrera quartz composite surface

Palette - C + C1

  • Blond pinstripe oak upper + lower cabinets (c)
  • Blond pinstripe oak lower cabinets with matter upper cabinets (c1)
  • Wood floor: London fog
  • Countertop + backsplash: Excaava quartz composite surface



  • Floor to ceiling windows as per plan
  • Premium stacked brand-name energy efficient washer/dryer
  • Engineered hardwood flooring throughout (except in wet areas)
  • Exposed concrete ceilings at approximately 9 feet on floors 2, 3, 4. 10 feet on floors 5 and 6 and 12 feet on the 7th floor.
  • Modern baseboards and door frames
  • Solid core entry door with security view-hole
  • Painted slab-style interior swing doors or sliding doors, as per plan
  • Swing doors or sliding glass bedroom doors, as per plan
  • Prewired with CAT cabling
  • Balconies, or terraces, as per plan
  • Operable windows and sliding doors, as per the plan
  • Insulated, energy-efficient double-glazed aluminum windows
  • Designer porcelain floor tile in the laundry area
  • Wire shelving in closets, as per plan
  • Capped ceiling outlet over dining area and den, where applicable
  • Individually controlled heating and air conditioning system
  • HRV in each suite for energy efficiency and fresh air
  • Prewired with CAT cabling


  • Modern European kitchen built by Scavolini
  • Premium hard surface countertops and backsplash
  • Undermount stainless steel, single-bowl kitchen sink
  • Integrated panel-ready fridge and dishwasher
  • Stainless steel 20-inch built-in oven and gas cooktop in 1 bedroom suites; stainless steel 30-inch built-in oven and gas cooktop in 2 bedroom and 3 bedroom suites
  • Integrated refrigerator; 24-inch in 1 Bedroom suite, 30-inch in 2 bedroom and 3 bedroom suites
  • 24-inch integrated dishwasher
  • Stainless steel microwave
  • Exhaust fan over cooktop, vented to outside
  • Ceiling-mounted track light with modern track heads
  • Valance lighting


  • Vanity with hard surface countertop
  • Vanity to include cupboard doors or pullout drawers
  • Integrated sink
  • Mirror above vanity
  • Vanity lighting
  • Soaker bath tub or walk-in shower, as per plan
  • Dual flush toilet
  • Designer porcelain floor tiles
  • Co-ordinating porcelain wall tiles for tub and shower surroundings and feature wall in main bathroom
  • Accessory package including towel bar and toilet paper holder,
  • where applicable

Safety & Security

  • Entry intercom system for visitors ensuring security and restricted access
  • Restricted access to individual floors by key fob
  • On-site security cameras
  • Sprinkler, smoke & carbon monoxide detector
  • Building backup generator systems

Work With Selin

Selin achieved early success practicing in interior design and has spent years honing her trading techniques to become a successful derivatives trader. Through her experiences wearing many different hats, she has developed an acute eye for opportunities. Her experience in trading has sharpened her ability to creatively manage and adapt to the ebb and flow of an ever-changing market, which is an essential aspect of real estate work.

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