70 Mill St, Toronto
About this condo
Nestled in the Distillery District, Lindenwood is an 11-storey condominium with a classic red-brick exterior that blends in well with heritage buildings in the area. This property was developed by the same people who built the very in-demand Eleven Superior Condos, though amenities at 70 Mill St are more modest — party room, meeting room, rooftop patio, and parking garage — so you won’t have to pay for a long list of extras.
One of the major appeals of Lindenwood is spacious Toronto condos for sale at affordable prices — 1 bedroom units are well above the average size of new builds, and well below the average price per square foot. This property is ideal for first time home-buyers who are looking to invest, or empty-nesters who want to downsize without giving up too much space.
Lindenwood is home to 95 downtown Toronto condos, with suite sizes that range from 588 square feet for a studio, to 1530 square feet for a 3 bedroom condo. This building was completed in 1998, so finishes may vary depending on unit, but expect hardwood floors, updated kitchens with stainless steel appliances, bright and spacious units, and private balconies.
With these spacious units, residents will likely never feel cramped, but should you need a little more space — there is a rooftop patio and garden with stunning city views.
Founded in 1830 — Toronto’s Distillery District was once the largest of its kind in the world, now this charming area is home to trendy cafes, boutique shopping, art galleries and studios, and many fantastic restaurants.
When you step out of your front door at 70 Mill Street, you are steps from the pedestrian-streets of the Distillery District. For morning coffee, you can stroll to Balzac's Distillery District and enjoy an espresso in a 1895 pump house, or visit Arvo Coffee for breakfast, and you’ll also want to try The Sweet Escape, Brick Street Bakery, and Arena Coffee bar — from this location you can have a café for everyday of the work week.
Shopping excursions will not require a long journey, as the Distillery District has an eclectic mix of boutique shops; there’s Bergo Designs for adding a new decorative touch to your condo, if you need a new suit you stop by Gentil Uomo and Gotstyle Distillery. For women's fashion you have Queen’s Trunk, Hoi Bo, Jessica Rose and more — and for that perfect accessory there’s D Style Toronto and Corktown Designs.
Of course, you can hardly mention the Distillery District without Mill Street Pub — a great spot to grab a bite a try what’s on tap. There are plenty of restaurants to choose from here — El Catrin, Archeo, Pure Spirits Oyster House & Grill, The Beer Hall, and the swanky Cluny Bistro & Boulangerie — so, you’ll have your work cut out for you if you want to settle on a favorite. After a delicious meal, you may wish to check out some nearby galleries like Corkin Gallery and Gallery Indigena (Toronto) Inc, or see a play Nightwood Theatre and Pleiades Theatre, plus many more in the area. And if you need to go on a grocery run; there’s Luciano’s on Front for essential purchases.
Lindenwood has a walk score of 95 and the area is very friendly for pedestrians — residents should be able to run most errands without a vehicle. There are buses on Parliament and Streetcars on King for longer trips, connecting to TTC service throughout the city
Drivers can reach the nearest highway by taking Parliament to Lakeshore Blvd for the Gardiner Expressway.
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