70 Distillery Lane / SOLD
Live in the historic Distillery District in style in this phenomenal corner unit. Nestled in the heart of the Distillery, this 2 bedroom 2 bathroom boasts a split layout and a massive wrap around terrace that provides expansive views of the waterfront & skyline offering sunrise and sunset views. The kitchen has stainless steel appliances, a custom granite counter island, floor to ceiling windows spanning the width of the living room, dining room, master, and 2nd bedroom. The principal bedroom has a large walk-in closet and inviting 4Pc ensuite. Steps to cafes, boutiques, restaurants and galleries, and iconic Christmas Market during the holiday season.
The 40 storey condominium glass point tower was designed with modern materials and a minimalist look with glass and concrete by Architects Alliance. The Clear Spirit project also includes a small four-storey building with courtyard suites located just in front of the tower.
The minimalism of the building exterior is carried into the suites. The floor to ceiling windows, modern flat panel kitchen cabinets, granite or corian countertops, laminate hardwood floors are just some of the interior finishes. The 355 suites feature 9-10 ft ceilings.
The stand out amenity in Clear Spirit is the outdoor swimming pool with a hot tub, located on the rooftop of the four storey building part of Clear Spirit. Other amenities include a BBQ area and a well-equipped fitness room with spinning, cardio, weights, and circuit training areas, screening room, yoga and pilates studio, steam rooms, walkways and gardens with wooden paths. There is also a library room, games room and meeting room with two guest suites for occasional guests.
The Distillery District is a commercial and residential district in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Located east of downtown, it contains numerous cafés, restaurants, and shops housed within heritage buildings of the former Gooderham and Worts Distillery. The 13 acres district comprises more than forty heritage buildings and ten streets, and is the largest collection of Victorian-era industrial architecture in North America.
The district was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1988.
The Distillery District’s traditional brick-paved streets and lanes are restricted to pedestrians and cyclists, with general motor vehicle traffic restricted to streets and parking areas outside of the district’s historic centre. Several large sculptures installed along the lanes enliven its streetscapes, three being on Distillery Lane and the final one at the parking area at the end of Trinity Street. Another primary landmark is the chimney stack atop the Boiler House complex. There are informal public spaces on the pedestrianized streets with chairs and tables for general use, as well as formal patios for some of its coffee houses and restaurants.
- Spacious Front Hall Closet
- Entrance to Second Bathroom
- Custom Granite Counter Island with Storage and Bar Seating
- Whirlpool Fridge
- Whirlpool Dishwasher
- Whirlpool Stove with Electric Cooktop
- Large Double Sink
- Ample Storage
- Unobstructed North Facing View
- Expansive Wrap Around Balcony
- North/East Exposure
- Floor to Ceiling Windows
- Roller Blind Window Treatments Throughout
- North-Facing Exposure
- Flooded with Natural Light
- Walk-In Closet with Sliding Glass Doors
- Sliding Glass Primary Door
- 4 Piece Ensuite with Sliding Glass Door
- Spacious Area for Home Office
- Double Entrance to Second Bathroom
- Large Translucent Door
- Double Sliding Door Closet
- 3 Pieces
- Glass Walk-In Shower
- Ensuite Whirlpool Stacked Front Loading Washer/Dryer
- Whirlpool Electric Range and Oven
- Whirlpool Refrigerator/Freezer
- Whirlpool Front Loading Washer/Dryer
- All Window Treatments
- All Electrical Light Fixtures
- Rooftop Swimming Pool
- Rooftop Hot Tub
- BBQ Terrace
- Well-equipped fitness room with spinning, cardio, weights, and circuit training areas
- Yoga and Pilates Studio
- Steam Rooms
- Screening Room
- Games Room
- Meeting Room
- Guest Suites
- Visitor Parking
- 24/7 Concierge Services