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390 Cherry Street, Toronto

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THE GOODERHAM 390 Cherry Street  Distillery

THE GOODERHAM – 390 Cherry Street

Date Registered (2014-07-22)


Gooderham condos are an impressive sight to behold in Toronto’s iconic Distillery District. This phenomenal architectural marvel boasts 328 units across 36 floors. This condominium complex includes the options for 1 and 2 bedroom suites with or without a den. Each standard one bedroom ranges from 493 to 519 square feet in area and one bedrooms with a den have between 644 and 650 square feet in area. The two bedrooms range from 784 to 1,342 square feet and the two bedroom suites with a den measure between 881 and 883 square feet in size. The Gooderham is a CityScape Development Corp. building that is like a great technological beanstalk sprouting out of a charming, old Victorian warehouse.



You’ll find welcome sights all around you at Gooderham condos which has floor-to-ceiling windows and wraparound balconies from which to enjoy your fantastic view. A wonderful, modern kitchen awaits the prospective tenant, featuring glowing steel appliances.

Safety is not a concern at Gooderham condos which features a secure entrance, concierge, and security guard. If you feel the need for fitness, the prospective tenant will find a range of choices including a pool, sauna, gym, spa, and even a yoga studio. For company and events there is a party room and meeting room. On those nights out, take the family and friends to the games and recreation room, media room, or enjoy the night air on the rooftop deck! Visitors are welcome with both visitor parking and suites available for whenever you have company.



The historic Distillery District offers a surprising array of amenities. Accentuated by classic surroundings of cobblestone roads and antique lamps, this whole area was once the Gooderham and Worts Distillery. Founded in 1832, the distillery became one of the largest in the world, but changes in industry eventually forced the distillery to close and, for a time, the distillery district was derelict. However, Cityscape Holdings Inc. bought the area in 2001 and restored it to its former glory. Steeped in history, this entire area of some forty buildings has been converted into pedestrian-only walkways through shops, restaurants, and even the occasional pub. A visitor finds themselves walking into what feels like an archeological site, but with the twenty-first century growing from the old sites. Gooderham condos are a prime example of this new way of thinking coupled with contemporary design.

If you’re hungry for something simple, grab a beer and some good old-fashioned pub food at the Mill Street Brewery or stop by the El Catrin for a bit of Mexican food and fun. Those seeking something lighter can visit the Boku Noodle Bar or when getting the feeling for something a little more refined, one can make a reservation at The Distillery for fine dining. If chocolate is gnawing at your mind, visit the locally owned and operated Soma Chocolate maker or stop in at the Young Centre Cafe for a cup of coffee. 

View paintings at the Arta or Corkin Gallery. For an evening out, get a taste of original, Canadian Opera at the Tapestry Opera or enjoy a play at the Soulpepper Theatre Company or Nightwood Theatre. The Corktown Common is a short walk away if you need some green space and Parliament Square Park is just around the corner. The waterfront is also just minutes away on foot. Within walking distance is the ferry to the Toronto Islands where an entire amusement park awaits or for something more educational, you can visit the Fort York Historic Site. The CN Tower and downtown core are just minutes away and access to the subway and bus routes are all within a stone’s throw. Woodbine beach is just minutes away by car or transit.

For shopping, the St. Lawrence Farmers Market is close by when you feel like something more homegrown and larger stores like NoFrills and Loblaws are also in the area. If you’re looking for more all-natural products, Organics Live is also in the neighbourhood.

In the Distillery District, artistry and culture align with the nostalgia of the past and the beauty of twenty-first century architecture. This fascinating place belonging both to the past and present has everything you could possibly want in your neighbourhood. 



Cityscape development has been in business for over twenty years and is involved in virtually every aspect of real estate development and management. The Gooderham is just one of its many achievements. 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