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A collection of Victorian industrial buildings has been transformed into one of the most unique office experiences in Toronto.

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Trinity St.
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Spirit of York Distillery Co.

A location with true heritage

Toronto’s historic site The Distillery District is a vibrant cultural centre in the city’s flourishing Downtown East. It’s an iconic location where you can find authentic Victorian architecture and the city’s only cobblestone roads. It’s carefully restored industrial brick and beam buildings make for beautifully unique office spaces and opportunities.

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Our vision was to create a destination for tourists and locals alike.

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Jason Lester

Vice Chair, Development

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Balzac’s Coffee
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Cluny Bistro & Boulangerie

Alive with creativity

The Distillery District’s one-of-a-kind shops, galleries, studios and theatres make it one of the country’s foremost destinations for arts, culture and entertainment. Its celebrated restaurants and cafés like Cluny Bistro & Boulangerie draw an endless stream of foodies. With over one million visitors every year, it’s an exciting community that attracts many creative-minded businesses and patrons.

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Distillery Winter Village – 2020

A destination for every season

Seasonal festivals and regular events such as the popular Toronto Christmas Market and the weekly Sunday Market make The Distillery District a year-long destination. It’s where you’ll find unique and artisanal products from local vendors and entertainment by talented buskers. A vibrant fusion of old and new, it’s the perfect place to do business in a historic setting where something’s always happening.

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51 Mill St.

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36 Distillery Lane

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9 Trinity St./8 Case Goods Lane

Bring on bold ideas

We’re not afraid to think big, invest early or take the path less travelled. Our innovative investments are transforming urban life in smarter, better ways.

Building better communities

From sustainable building practices and community engagement to ethical corporate governance, we aim to make a positive impact wherever we operate.

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