70 Mill Street, Toronto
Condos in LINDENWOOD
Date Registered (1998-08-04)
Rising out of a rich past, this brick condo complex of 95 suites comprises 11 floors. Lindenwood has your choice of one bedroom and three bedroom units. One bedroom suites are 740 square feet in size. Two bedroom suites range from 1,055 to 1,075 square feet in area. This Davis Smith Development building gives the feeling of walking from the past and into the modern era with little effort. The Lindenwood is a unique experience for those who want the look and feel of a classic neighbourhood right in the heart of Toronto.
Seeing the Lindenwood is a fascinating sight to behold as this brick building would appear to be a modern residence, until you see a Victoria-Era warehouse protruding from the first floor! The mixture of old and new architecture will make you wonder: “How did they do that?” Indeed, this building will want you to go in and explore the inside and discover the answer to that very question. Once you’ve started your need to figure out how they managed to seamlessly marry these two buildings together, you’ll be ready to visit your future condo.
Lindenwood has spacious suites with hardwood flooring and large sets of windows that brighten every room. People looking for privacy will find Juliette balconies and private terraces looking out on a stunning view of Lake Ontario and downtown Toronto.
Finding it difficult to find a condominium that allows you to bring in your beloved cat or dog? You can relax because both pet lovers and their pets are welcome at this building. There is no need to leave the Lindenwood for entertainment as a common rooftop deck, party room and meeting room make socializing easy. Visitor Parking is available and transit routes are close by.
DISTILLERY DISTRICT NEIGHBOURHOOD
The Lindenwood sits in the historic Distillery District where there are an incredible amount of interests and hobbies to pursue! Here, you are right on the edge of the old Gooderham and Worts Distillery, closed for many years now. Once you cross the street and walk onto the old pedestrian-only paths, you’ll feel like you’re part of this area’s charming history. Although the long defunct distillery remained shuttered for many years, it was purchased and repurposed over fifteen years ago and then converted into these modern living and working spaces with an old-world feel. All of the worries of the modern age will drain out of you once you’ve walked down the old-fashioned cobblestone streets of this preserved factory site. You will enjoy walking past shops, restaurants, and even the occasional pub. Part of Lindenwood, itself, is one of these converted buildings. A visitor finds themselves walking into what feels like an archeological site, but with the twenty-first century peeking out of the most interesting places.
If you’re hungry for something simple, grab a beer and some good, old-fashioned pub food at the Mill St. Brew Pub, or take in some Italian Cuisine at the Archeo. At night, stop in at the Beer Hall or venture a little further and end up at the invitation-only Stirling Room and see if you’re on the guest list. Have an insatiable craving for something sweet? Then indulge yourself at Soma Chocolate or The Sweet Escape. Travel a little further and get an espresso from the Cafe Furbo, near the waterfront.
For an evening of more sophisticated entertainment, see a play at Nightwood Theatre nearby or expose yourself to original, Canadian Opera at the Tapestry Opera. If you feel the need to talk a long walk, then the Corktown Common is less than half-a-kilometer away to the east. If you’re more in the mood for sailboats and schooners, then the waterfront is just on the other side of the Distillery District. There, you can take a ferry to the Toronto Islands for the evening or visit the historic Fort York Site. Just beyond all of this, is the downtown core of Toronto where the CN Tower dominates the cityscape. If you ever need to visit friends and family outside of the downtown, access to the subway and bus routes are all a short walk away.
For shopping, the St. Lawrence Farmer’s Market is close by when you feel like sampling the local produce or buying a local craft. Larger stores like NoFrills and Loblaws are also in the area. If you’re looking for more organic food, Organics Live is also in the neighbourhood.
The Distillery District has artistry and culture in abundance, but with the nostalgia of the past and the excitement of the twenty-first century. Why live anywhere else when you can get all the benefits of the past and present in one, fascinating and exciting place?
DAVIES SMITH DEVELOPMENTS
Davies Smith has 8 buildings in the Toronto area.