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Status:
Active
Prop. Type:
Condo
Bedrooms:
1
Bathrooms:
1
Welcome to #428 in the Pure Spirit Condo! This gorgeous and bright 1+1 bedroom unit with a south facing view boasts a spacious open concept layout, a modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances, floor-to-ceiling windows with a juliette balcony that overlooks the Historic Distillery District, a large bedroom, and a den with a gorgeous barn door that can be used as a second bedroom, or office for those who work from home. The unit also comes with an ensuite washer and dryer, and a prime parking spot that is only one floor down from the unit, and is on the same level as the storage locker. This must-see condo is located in a prime location- the Historic Distillery District! Shops, galleries, restaurants, and the infamous Christmas Market (November 18th-December 31st 2021) are all at your doorstep. You are also only a short commute from Leslieville, The Beaches, Downtown Toronto, and there is easy access to the Lakeshore and the Gardiner Expressway.
Price:
$779,000
Property Type:
Condo
Bedrooms:
1
Bathrooms:
1.0
Floor Area:
800 sq. ft.
Status:
Active
33 Mill Street #428:
Nearly 20 years ago a small group of visionary developers had a dream for Toronto. They looked at a derelict collection of Victorian Industrial buildings that had been pronounced a national historic site and imagined transforming it. Not into another “historic district” or “pioneer village” but into something exciting and unique. Something the city would be proud of. They wanted to create a place that would excite and inspire the senses. Where people could experience new ideas, new foods, new designs and new ways of living and working. “Our vision was to combine the romance and relaxing atmosphere of European walking and patio districts with the hip, cool dynamic of an area like New York City’s SoHo or Chelsea, where creative minds get together and you feel as if anything could happen.” Their dream was to provide a place where creativity would flourish and passion would be aroused – where artists, artisans, entrepreneurs and businesspeople could rub shoulders and inspire each other. So they began plans to restore the 47 buildings known as the Gooderham & Worts Distillery.
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Data was last updated November 28, 2021 at 08:55 PM (UTC)