Suite 1907 boasts 882 square feet of modern and airy living. The impeccable floorplan features a seamless living, dining, and kitchen area illuminated by wall-to-wall windows. This incredibly bright space is further enhanced by classic hardwood floors and a unique exposed brick wall with sconces. The kitchen is a delight with contemporary backsplash and stainless steel appliances. Impress guests in this entertainer's suite.
Two generously sized bedrooms afford tons of storage solutions with double closets. The serene master bedroom retreat overlooks the water and offers its own ensuite bath. The two cleverly designed adjoining bathrooms are separated by sliding doors. The open concept den has been skillfully transformed into a pantry. The extended balcony with south and east views caps off this perfect condo. Enjoy remarkable and unparalleled views year round.
This suite includes a premium oversized locker right next to the parking spot.
The neighbourhood. Once home to the largest distillery in the British Empire, Toronto's restored Distillery District features the continent's best-preserved collection of Victorian Industrial Architecture. It's a stunning backdrop for the local restaurants, design stores, cafes and art galleries; most of which feature post and beam finishes, amazing natural light and expansive ceilings. Don't miss the Case Goods Warehouse, home to local artist studios, custom jewellery, crafts and workshops.
Located in the Distillery District, the Gooderham Condos is a shiny glass 35-storey tower nestled in the midst of preserved warehouses, along the historic brick-lined streets. While amenities are large in this new condo, the main attraction is the neighbourhood. The Distillery is always a lively and high traffic area with breweries, beer tastings, chocolate shops, art galleries and seasonal events like the annual Christmas Market. Corktown Common, which just opened in 2013, is a 17-acre park that was built on an abandoned post-industrial site. This park serves as the centrepiece of the redevelopment of the West Don Lands by Waterfront Toronto. In addition to the nearby West Don Lands, the Quayside and East Harbour projects will also revitalize the east waterfront and bring in over 50,000 jobs and new transit extensions to the area.
Transit. 390 Cherry Street is serviced by the new 514 Cherry streetcar. This new route runs across the city via King Street and loops into the Distillery District, with a stop right at your front door.
Public Schools. Dundas Junior Public School (GR. JK-05), 935 Dundas Street East. Queen Alexandra Middle School (GR. 06-08), 181 Broadview Avenue. Jarvis Collegiate Institute (GR. 09-12), 495 Jarvis Street. Central Technical School (GR. 09-12), 725 Bathurst Street. Central Toronto Academy (GR. 09-12), 570 Shaw Street. Northern Secondary School (GR. 09-12), 851 Mount Pleasant Road.
Catholic Schools. St. Paul Catholic School (GR. JK-08), 80 Sackville Street. Holy Rosary Catholic School (French Immersion GR. JK-02), 308 Tweedsmuir Avenue. St. Cecilia Catholic School (French Immersion GR. 03-08), 355 Annette Street. St. Vincent de Paul Catholic School (Extended French GR. 05-08), 116 Fermanagh Avenue. St. Joseph College (GR. 09-12), 74 Wellesley Street West. St. Michael Choir School (GR. 09-12), 67 Bond Street.