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Clock Tower Lofts Entrance Signage


Clock Tower Lofts

On the northwest corner of King and Bathurst, the Clock Tower Lofts building is a 14-storey converted condo. Inside are 216 units, ranging from one- to three-bedroom units. Roomy suites feature 11-foot-plus ceilings, barn doors, views of the city skyline or the lake, and same-floor storage lockers.


While you’ll find nods throughout the building to its previous lives as a manufacturing centre and creative arts hub, it’s best recognized for its iconic clocktower façade.


Clock Tower Lofts combine spacious functionality with eclectic appeal, with a wide variety of community amenities.



Staffed desk

at entrance

Suite-level storage lockers

Recycling + donation room on every floor

Green bin organic recycling

Available high speed fibre optic and cable Internet

Keyless fob

street entry

Video security system

Mobile-connected entry buzzer




Gym changerooms and showers

Steam room

Separate saunas

Games room

Meeting room

Party room

360° rooftop patio

Rooftop community garden

Gas BBQs



Underground parking

Registered visitor parking

Bicycle storage racks

Dedicated freight elevator


Clock Tower Lofts are centrally located for everywhere you want to be, whether walking, on transit, or cycling. Review our scorecard.

Walk Score®


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Walker’s Paradise

Daily errands do not require a car.

Transit Score®


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Rider’s Paradise

World-class public transportation.

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Bike Score®


Biker’s Paradise

Daily errands can be accomplished on a bike.

With endless dining options, multiple sporting and performance venues, and shopping districts all within strolling distance, you’re never far from stumbling on a new neighbourhood favourite.

With two direct TTC lines along King Street West and Bathurst Street, routes in four directions are quick to get you to your destination. 24-hour routes are always on at Bathurst and the nearby Queen streetcar.

Nearby Adelaide and Richmond streets deliver swift crosstown access via dedicated bike lanes. A few minutes’ ride south gets you to the Waterfront Trail for a scenic ride, or a long distance challenge that spans 22km of Toronto waterfront and connects Niagara-on-the-Lake to the Québec border.


Quick access to Lakeshore Boulevard and the Gardiner Expressway deliver an easy way to cut through the city, or a smooth getaway beyond the GTA. The Don Valley Parkway, the QEW, and Highway 427 are reachable within as few as 15 minutes.

King Street West Toronto

Now that you’re familiar with the building and location, get to know a bit more about what life is like in the Clock Tower Lofts community.

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