Part of an industrial stronghold that included distilling, milling, cattle-feeding, railway interests, retail stores and ... More
Distillery Historic District
Part of an industrial stronghold that included distilling, milling, cattle-feeding, railway interests, retail stores and more, this historic site sitting on 13 acres is one of the best preserved groups of 19th century industrial buildings in the country. Found in the Studio District of Toronto 's lower East End, this complex includes a brick-paved street, flanked by larger and more elaborate brick and stone buildings, plus single-storey simple rack and tank warehouses. The area is being redeveloped into high class artists' lofts and gallery space.
Everything in one location. Toronto's Best Galleries, Toronto's Best theatres and Toronto's Best shopping. WOW ! ( heritage setting with European style patios/piazzas )
Check out this revitalized national historic site.
Sposhicated & full of cultural activities.
Go shop & play where Torontoians elite shop and play.
I live in Toronto, and was trying to see what the city has to offer. And many people has told me about the Distillery District and had no clue what it was.
I would say its a hidden place, and no cars are allowed and very nice coffee shops and art gallery. Very relaxing place to hang out and go for a stroll. Actually many people come here to do wedding photography. If your looking for a place with many activities to do, this is surely not the place.
Its not what you see around toronto as in architecture and very old fashioned. there are no big name stores inside this area. Lots of people visit this place and I would recommend someone to check out this place.
Artisans, Patio's. Live music, a micro brewery, a theater, Fine dining restaurants. I loved this place. It has all the charm of Old Montreal with more patio space. If you miss this while visiting Toronto. You have missed visiting Toronto.
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