Gooderham

Gooderham Condominiums at the Distllery, image courtesy of Cityscape and Dundee Realty
  • Gooderham Condominiums at the Distllery, Toronto, architectsAlliance, Cityscape
  • Gooderham Condominiums at the Distllery, Toronto, architectsAlliance, Cityscape
  • Gooderham Condominiums at the Distllery, Toronto, architectsAlliance, Cityscape
  • Gooderham Condominiums at the Distllery, Toronto, architectsAlliance, Cityscape
  • Gooderham Condominiums at the Distllery, Toronto, architectsAlliance, Cityscape
  • Gooderham Condominiums at the Distllery, Toronto, architectsAlliance, Cityscape
  • Gooderham Condominiums at the Distllery, Toronto, architectsAlliance, Cityscape
  • Gooderham Condominiums at the Distllery, Toronto, architectsAlliance, Cityscape
  • Gooderham Condominiums at the Distllery, Toronto, architectsAlliance, Cityscape
  • Gooderham Condominiums at the Distllery, Toronto, architectsAlliance, Cityscape

There's no place like it in North America. An enchanting village of brick-lined streets, inviting courtyards and Victorian architecture. A vibrantly restored 13-acre historic site that's one of the province's hottest tourist attractions. An area completely closed to traffic and home to live theatres, galleries, fashion, design and jewellery boutiques, unique cafes, and award winning restaurants. This is The Distillery Historic District - a clearly magical place to live, work and experience all that life has to offer.
Exquisitely designed suites. Nine foot ceilings encased in glass walls offering a breathtaking panoramic view. A shimmering 35-storey tower with wraparound terraces and balconies that gather light at different angles and reflect it out over the city.
Take everything you've ever dreamed of and distill it into one incredible condominium address. The Gooderham. Elegant. Exciting. Sophisticated. Offering a selection os superbly appointed suites right in the middle of Toronto's Distillery Historic District.
The Gooderham is easily accessible via public transit and is located just a short distance away from the Gardiner, Lakeshore and DVP. The St Lawrence Market and the shops of Front Street are just a short stroll away, as are the eclectic home furnishing shops of King Street East. A few blocks beyond you'll find the financial and entertainment districts, the Eaton Centre and the shops of Queen West. The Toronto Islands are also only minutes away, and soon, the Gooderham will be connected to the revitalized East Bayfront and West Don Lands with its rolling green parklands, walkways and bike trails connecting to the waterfront.

Project information

390 Cherry St, Toronto
C8
architectsAlliance
Condo, Retail
Under Construction
2014
404 ft
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