An exciting downtown condo building, Pure Spirit offers both Toronto lofts and condo units, with a notable list of amenities, set in one of the city's most charming and desirable neighbourhoods.
As the first condo tower developed in the area, the dual-structure Pure Spirit stands on the corner of Mill Street and Parliament, just south of Front Street in the heritage styled Distillery District. The lower podium has a unique V-shape corner design of sleek glass and brick, and the 33-storey tower is wrapped in sleek glass balconies. Pure Spirit offers loft units as well as condos, from one bedroom to two-bedroom plus den. Nestled in a lively, pedestrian only neighbourhood, it also enjoys easy access to TTC and the Gardiner Expressway.
Most Notable Features
Arts and culture: Living at Pure Spirit you’re down the street from many of the arts and culture centres of which the Distillery District is known. Notable for enriching the quality of the neighbourhood, you can enjoy Engine Gallery, Julie M. Gallery for Contemporary Art, and the Sport Gallery, among others.
A lot of variety: With Pure Spirit you have the benefit of variety, as the building offers both one and two-storey lofts, as well as modern condos. Whether you want to live closer to the street in the building’s podium, or experience the skyscraper lifestyle, the choice is yours.
Fun in the sun: Pure Spirit has an impressive list of amenities, of which the full outdoor pool, hot tub, and sundeck are certainly notable. Enjoy a relaxing float after a long day at work, a healthy work out, or spend a day splashing around with friends and family.
The vibrant Distillery District has an array of boutique shops, cafes and restaurants all within walking distance. The neighbourhood is known for its character and history. A few local spots include Pure Spirits Oyster House and Grill, Mill St. Brew Pub, and for coffee lovers Balzac's on Trinity Street. For groceries and household goods, there is a Rabba not far away on Front Street 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. There is also a TD Bank and a Beer Store on the ground level.
The downtown core, Financial District, Yonge Street, Eaton Centre, is only a TTC ride away on King Street or along the Mill Street bus route. Across the street you will find Parliament Square Park, a nice urban green space, and in the east end there is Corktown Common and the Don River Trails.
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.