Thinking of selling your Distillery District condo? It is important that your property receives maximum exposure in order to sell for top dollar in the least amount of time. As a full time, award winning, Toronto real estate sales representative with Chestnut Park Real Estate Limited, the only exclusive affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate here in Toronto, I am able to market your Distillery District condo on both a local and international level in a manner that demands top dollar. Contact me with any questions you may have about the selling process and to discuss how I can help you achieve your real estate objectives.
Are you considering buying a condo in the historical Distillery District? Whether you are looking to buy a condo now or in the future, I can assist you with finding the perfect property for you. I am happy to answer any questions you may have about the buying process. As a full time, award winning, Toronto real estate sales representative with Chestnut Park Real Estate Limited, the only exclusive affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate here in Toronto, I know Distillery District real estate really well. Contact me to discuss how I can help you find the perfect property to call home or the perfect investment property.
Are you looking to rent in the Distillery District? The Distillery District is one of my top picks for condo living. This area is great for those who enjoy historical charm, excellent restaurants and great views of the city. If you are looking to rent a condo within the Distillery District, I am here and happy to help you find the perfect place to call home. Contact me today with any questions you may have about renting in the Distillery District or about the Toronto real estate market in general and to learn how I can assist you with achieving your specific Distillery District real estate objectives. I look forward to hearing from you.
Prior to Toronto Distillery District real estate becoming some of the most desirable among today’s young professionals and young families, the Toronto Distillery District has a long history that wasn’t as glamorous as it’s current state. Entering the Distillery District can make you feel like you are going back in time. The Distillery District is comprised of heritage buildings of the former Gooderham and Worts Distillery, which was founded in 1832 and became the world’s largest distillery by the late 1860s.
The last bit of distillery operations ended in 1990 and created redevelopment and investment opportunities. The Toronto Distillery District includes the largest collection of well-preserved Victorian-era industrial architecture in all of North America. After the recession in the early 1990s, the condominium prices and office lease rates in downtown Toronto prevented any revitalization of the Distillery District. While the Distillery District awaited revitalization, the area and historical buildings were used to film over 800 television and film productions.
Today, the Distillery District consists of high rise condominiums surrounded by historical buildings and cobble stone walking streets. You will find cafes, restaurants, shops and art galleries scattered throughout this community. The magic of the Distillery District makes it a popular location for weddings and photo shoots. This neighbourhood is ideal for young couples, young families, singles and students.
The Toronto Distillery District is made up of both high-rise and low-rise condominiums. The first two buildings were built in the early 1990s. Today, you can find condos of various different sizes for substantially different prices. The newer high-rise condos include high-end finishes and exceptional amenities such as roof top pools, indoor gyms, party rooms as well as stunning views of Toronto’s beautiful skyline.
Below are some of the most prominent businesses within the Distillery District.
18 Tank House Lane, Toronto
35 Tank House Lane, Toronto
Pure Spirits Oyster House + Grill
17 Tank House Lane, Toronto
21 Trinity St, Toronto
Spirit of York
12 Trinity St, Toronto
John Fluevog Shoes
4 Trinity St, Toronto
17 Gristmill Lane, Toronto
Balzac’s Distillery District
1 Trinity St, Toronto