WELCOME TO DISTILLERY DISTRICT
The distillery district is a commercial and residential district east of downtown. This thirteen-acre site is an internationally acclaimed blend of industrial, downtown, modern, and historical architecture. Previously the site of The Gooderham and Worts Distillery, a large Canadian Whiskey distiller back in 1832. It was purchased in 2001 by Cityscape Holdings Inc., which transformed the district into a pedestrian-orientated area boasting the largest collection of Victorian-era industrial architecture in North America.
Young professional singles and couples, with a few empty-nesters mixed in.
WHAT TO EXPECT
The vibe here is young, with fresh retail spaces and pop-up cafes.
Home to Toronto’s largest indoor shopping mall, vintage cinemas, live theatres, galleries, hip cafes and award-winning restaurant, the Distillery district is considered Toronto’s hottest tourist attraction. Microbreweries, gastropubs and boutique shops, sit side by side in a curated “pedestrian only” environment a few minutes from downtown. This is the place to see and be seen. King and Queen Street streetcars are nearby. Cherry Street and King Street LRT lines both connect to the Distillery. Lakeshore Boulevard, the Gardiner Expressway, the DVP and Bayview Extension are all easily accessible for motorists.
Family-style homes with generous yards are rare. Instead, this neighbourhood offers a wealth of lofts, townhouses and condos. Luxurious and convenient, many come with exceptional views of the shoreline.
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