Boasting an ideal location in the heart of the East Exchange District, and unique, character-rich lofts featuring original details - a home at District Condominiums is more than a home; it’s a way of living.
Introducing 139 Market
Joining the completed District Condos’ buildings of 133 Market, 110 James and 132 James, the conversion of 139 Market and 145 Market into a single building and address at 139 Market marks the final District Condos installment.
The original building at 139 Market was built in 1912 and was used by the Steele Briggs Seed Co. into the 1970s. 145 Market was built in 1916 for the Grain Growers Company, although Stanley Brock Ltd. Laundry Machinery and Suppliers operated in it from the early 1920s into the 1970s.
Over 100 years later, these historic buildings form District Condos’ 139 Market – a collection of 64 thoughtfully designed loft residences boasting the character of the past and the amenities of today.
District's 64 loft residences feature 30 distinct floorplans, each with their own unique exposure, original brick and timber details, and modern finishes. A mix of studio, one- and two-bedroom lofts, the building offers unbeatable amenity space, including an exercise room, lounge, storage lockers, and a communal rooftop terrace. Sixteen private rooftop patios are also available for purchase, with four suite-adjacent penthouse-style terraces, and 12 gaining access from the common terrace - each with its own uniquely stunning view of the downtown skyline.
With possessions set to begin Summer 2017, District’s 139 Market is an incredible opportunity to join the urban lifestyle in time for the back-to-back festivals and state-of-the-art entertainment our city has to offer.
Expect more of the same upgraded, modern interiors and stunning historical elements like century-old timber beams found at District Condos’ 110 James Ave. & the sold-out 132 James & 133 Market Ave.
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