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70 Distillery Lane, Toronto

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CLEAR SPIRIT 70 Distillery Lane  Distillery

CLEAR SPIRIT CONDOS – 70 Distillery Lane

Date Registered (2013-03-14)


Clear Spirit condos boasts an impressive 344 units populating 43 floors. Cityscape has given the prospective tenant the choice in suites ranging from 1 bedroom to 2 bedroom suites with 1 bedroom suites featuring a den as an added option. The one bedroom suites range in size from 538 to 574 square feet while one bedroom suites with a den go from 606 to 624 square feet. The 2 bedroom suites range from 811 to 1,348 square feet in size. Located in the charming Distillery District, Clear Spirit has something to offer every prospective tenant.



A dazzling view awaits you everywhere you look at Clear Spirit condos which has spacious suites with floor-to-ceiling windows. If you prefer to see the view of the lake in the fresh air, every unit has wraparound balconies to maximize your enjoyment of your incredible surroundings.

Clear Spirit condos not only offers you the safety of a concierge and a security officer, but also gives you the option to embrace a healthier lifestyle with a gym, swimming pool, and a sauna. Feel like having company over? Clear Spirit has visitor parking, a party room, outdoor patio and garden, as well as a common rooftop deck. If your visitors are going to stay for a while, Clear Spirit condos also has guest suites available so that they won’t have to go through the added expense of finding a hotel room. Public Transit is available and nearby any required trips beyond the borders of your new neighbourhood.



The historic Distillery District is home to a diverse range of interests and hobbies for the interested person. The moment you walk out of your door, you’ll have the experience of walking down cobblestone streets and past buildings from a different age. Here, history comes alive, despite your location just a mile from downtown Toronto. The forty buildings here make up the old Gooderham and Worts Distillery, constructed in 1832. The distillery was once a booming part of the downtown area, but closed decades ago and fell into disrepair. An enterprising company bought the area and converted it into what you see today. Everyday, you will feel as though you’re part of living history in this charming part of the city that has been converted for modern use, but has also been carefully preserved. It is only once you look up at modern high-rises that you’ll realize which century you’re in. The Distillery District also happens to be our favourite neighbourhood in Toronto for Instagram friendly photo ops!

The Mill St. Pub is just around the corner if you’re craving a burger and a pint of beer, but if you’re looking for something a little lighter, the Cluny Bistro and Boulangerie is the same distance away, but in the opposite direction. If you’re craving chocolate, visit the locally owned and operated Soma Chocolate shop or sip an espresso at the Young Centre Cafe, just around the corner. 

Next door to 70 Distillery Lane is the Artscape Distillery Studios if you want to take in the local art scene or enjoy more of the local culture with a play at the Soulpepper Theatre Company right across the street! The Corktown Common is a short walk to the east whenever you need to take a long, relaxing walk and the Parliament Square Park is right around the corner. The ferry to the Toronto Islands is just minutes away where you can enjoy the islands’ marinas, beaches, parks, and amusement park or stay on the mainland and visit the Fort York Historic Site. The CN Tower and downtown core are just north and west from the Waterfront and access to the subway and bus routes are all within a reasonable distance from your front door.

For shopping, the St. Lawrence Farmer’s Market is close by for local produce, goods, and curiosities. Grocery stores like NoFrills and Loblaws are also in the area. If you require the services of an Organic supplier, Organics Live is also in the neighbourhood and not far from Clear Spirit.

The Distillery District is a fine blend of artistry, culture, food, drink and even chocolate! You’ll find that your friends and family will always want to visit you in this charming part of town, indeed, the only thing better than visiting here, is living here.



Cityscape Development has been in business for over twenty years and is involved in virtually every aspect of real estate development and management throughout Toronto. Cityscape has won several awards including: 

  • The Canadian Urban Institute Award for Best Large Scale Project in 2004
  • The Canadian Urban Institute Award for City Renewal (2007)
  • The Heritage Toronto Award for Architectural Conservation and Craftsmanship
  • The Ontario Association of Architects Business Award for Excellence