Loft404 is a creative space designed to inspire the senses and calm the soul. A mixed-use multi-level labyrinth in the heart of Toronto’s Entertainment District, our unique hidden gem is a rare sanctuary welcoming a variety of guests for occasions of every kind.
Designed with a sophisticated eclectic bohemian charm, each of our many spaces can be booked privately as fully-equipped lofts of “Wings” or together as one interconnected multi-level labyrinth totalling over 5000 sq.ft. on the 4th floor + 2000 sq.ft. in the basement B-Lounge. We also have a new 500 sq ft 2nd Floor Studio space available early April.
Our flexible options offer a uniquely customizable experience ranging from complete ‘One-Stop-Shop’ services that includes catering and entertainment, to a ‘Bring Your Own’ option that accommodates all needs and budgets.
The story of Loft404 began in 2010 when founder Genna Bauder discovered the space in a Craigslist ad for a small studio space. Soon after she transformed the space into Loft404 The Ambrosia Hub (re-named Loft404 Inspired Gatherings in 2012) expanding piece by piece, “wing by wing”, year by year into the current 8,000 sq ft multi-level labyrinth.
Loft404’s flexible design is matched by our uniquely accommodating philosophy and fee-structure which is dedicated to welcoming all guests with dreams both big & small. We celebrate the value of barter trade & recognize the unique abilities & resources of our guests.
In the spirit of quid pro quo we offer our basement B-Lounge for discounts in exchange for a barter of equivalent value. The barter is based on our ongoing WISH LIST which includes a wide variety of items, tasks, projects & services. Examples are endless and we are also open to unique offers!
Built in 1915, Loft404’s home is the beautiful heritage-designated Purman Building (since re-named Adelaide Street Lofts) at John & Adelaide Street. Constructed for the Atlantic Fur Co. Ltd (the old sign of which is still visible on the west facing wall of the building) the building has seen many incarnations over it’s 100 years and is now home to a diverse community of students, artists, and businesses alike.