Looking for downtown Toronto condos for sale or for rent that match old world quaintness with new world living, offer a long list of amenities, beautiful city views, and neighbourhood character, then Clear Spirit is a top choice.
Set cosily down Distillery Lane near Cherry Street, right in the middle of the Distillery District, Clear Spirit stands at 40-storeys and offers over 350 units. Similar to it’s neighbour, The Gooderham, the tower is made of glass and steel and offers wrap-around balconies. Suites range from one-bedroom to two-bedroom plus den, with 10-foot ceilings, floor-ceiling-windows, striking panoramic views of the city and the lake, nice amenities, and energy efficient design innovations, Clear Spirit is a place to feel good living.
Most Notable Features
Old world feel: Nestled in a network of narrow, cobblestone streets, brick buildings, with antique street lamps and open café patios, the Clear Spirit feels like you’re living in an old world village. If you enjoy history and quant heritage architecture, Clear Spirit could be the place for you.
Energy efficiency: Clear Spirit has been recognized for its efficient energy conservation, through ventilation and landscaping innovations to cool the building in the summer and capture rain water to use for irrigation. Enjoy the peace of mind that an environmentally friendly building brings.
Amenities for everyone: Clear Spirit offers a wide range of amenities with a little something for everyone. Whether you’re a working professional looking to enjoy a swim in the outdoor pool and a drink at the bar, a student who needs to study in the library, or a family with kids enjoying the games room and children’s play room, you’re bound to be pleased.
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. Some local grub spots include Cluny Bistro and Boulangerie, Mill St. Brew Pub, and for coffee lovers Café Uno. For groceries and household goods, there is a 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.
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. For some local green space, Corktown Common is just a little to the east, nice for cycling and nature walks, as well as 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.