The Printing Factory Lofts, at 201 Carlaw north of Queen Street East, are in the prime spot in the heart and soul of Leslieville. The building was originally built in 1913 for Rolph Clark Stone’s printing factory during the heyday of industry development in the city’s east end. The U-shaped building was converted into lofts by Averton Homes in 2010 and offers some of the most eclectic collection of spaces available. here are one, two, or three bedroom loft units over 8 stories and 44 stacked townhouses which are on Boston Ave with more down to earth residential feel. The integrity and design of the building were kept intact in the lobby, with its elegant wooden staircase and sawtooth industrial skylights. Bells and whistles include: Meeting and party room, executive concierge, landscaped courtyard, and two story underground parking for tenants and guests.