If you’re seeking downtown Toronto condos for sale or for rent, located in a fashionable, picturesque neighbourhood, with nice amenities, beautiful views of the city and the lake, check out The Gooderham.
Standing as a twin to the nearby Clear Spirit condo building, The Gooderham is 36-storeys of geometrically designed glass and steel atop a brick podium that easily matches the heritage brickwork Distillery District. The building has 320 units from one-bedroom to two-bedroom plus dun, floor-to-ceiling windows, stainless steel appliances, and wrap-around glass balconies. With an energetic list of amenities and nestled in one of Toronto’s most enchanting neighbourhoods, The Gooderham is a place to consider.
Most Notable Features
Enriching neighbourhood: Living downtown 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, among others, a home at The Gooderham can be enriching for anyone, especially artists and creative professionals.
A night of theatre: Among many nearby attractions, The Gooderham is right next door to Nightwood Theatre, Tank House Theatre, and Young Centre for the Performing Arts, home to Soulpepper productions. So if theatre is your bag, The Gooderham is a front row seat.
Energetic Amenities: The Gooderham gives you a pretty nice list of amenities with a modern energetic vibe, such as the Fitness room, yoga studio, steam rooms and sauna, and a swimming pool. If you want an active, downtown lifestyle, all from the comfort of home, The Gooderham might interest you.
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, El Catrin, 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.
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.