Located at the corner of Mill Street and Cherry Street in Toronto’s historic Distillery District, 80 Mill Street brings you the comforts and convenience of modern condo living in a setting that is second to none.
Standing at 13-storeys and showcasing a classic brickwork exterior that pays homage to the original architecture of the distillery, 80 Mill Street offers 144 Toronto condos for sale and for rent. The suites are generously designed, featuring some of the largest floor plans in the Distillery District from one-bedroom apartments to full three-bedroom suites. On the inside you’ll find open-concept living areas, hardwood flooring, nine-foot ceilings, bright floor-to-ceiling windows and either Juliette balconies or private terraces. With beautiful views of Lake Ontario and the downtown cityscape, plus some pretty cool amenities such as a gym, party room, and a rooftop patio, 80 Mill Street is a place you have to see.
Most Notable Features
One-of-a-kind location: Living in the Distillery District, you will be immersed in a highly artistic and culturally active neighbourhood. With nearby centres such as Engine Gallery, Julie M. Gallery for Contemporary Art, and the Sport Gallery, a home at 10 Mill Street is an experience unfound among other downtown Toronto condos.
Inspiring views: Definitely worth noting for anyone who is seeking a truly enriching home, the suites at 80 Mill Street enjoy inspiring views of either Lake Ontario or the downtown skyline, and sometimes both. With access to the exclusive rooftop patio, all residents can enjoy the vista, watch the sunset, and count the stars.
Pets allowed: They may have some restrictions, in case you wanted to bring home the entire farm, but other than that it’s a great home and neighbourhood for a furry friend. Take your dog for long walks through cobblestone streets, and let your kitty bask in the sunlight of floor-to-ceiling windows.
At home in the Distillery District, you’ll have an array of boutique shops, cafes and restaurants all within walking distance. The neighbourhood is known for its character and history. Some local grub spots include Cluny Bistro and Boulangerie, Mill St. Brew Pub, El Catrin, and for coffee lovers Café Uno.
For local groceries and household needs, you can find NoFrills at Front and Princess Streets and a Loblaws on Lower Jarvis. For fresh fruits and vegetables check out Organics Live on Mill Street and the nearby St. Lawrence Farmers’ Market.
Looking for some local green space? You can easily explore Corktown Common to the east, as well as the Don River Trails where you can enjoy nature paths perfect for bicycling and hikes.
The Distillery District has a 93 Walk Score and is also bicycle friendly. For quick travel there are TTC options along Mill Street and Parliament. If you drive, you can access the Gardiner Expressway in minutes via Lake Shore Boulevard East.