The Goode Toronto

Toronto to get new condo building named after historic booze-maker

Toronto is getting a new high rise condo.

Titled The Goode, the building at 33 and 37 Parliament St. in the Distillery District will be 32 storeys and will include a multi-purpose room, a co-working area, fitness studio, bicycle repair room, maker's table and pet wash.

It will also feature a large roof terrace with a swimming pool and rooftop garden stand atop the 10-storey podium overlooking Distillery Lane. 

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The building was designed by architectsAlliance and will be one of the last residential buildings to be erected in the neighbourhood. Image via Graywood.

The building's name is a nod to Gooderham & Worts, once one of the largest distilleries in the world.

The condo will essentially complete the condo development in the area, and be among the last developments built once construction is completed.

Other major projects in the area include a 31-storey hotel at 60 Mill St. and one in the nearby Canary District designed by Danish architects.

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The Goode takes visual inspiration from the surrounding Distillery District. Image via Graywood.

For those wanting a home at The Goode, suites will range from single rooms to three-bedrooms. Studios are priced starting from the $400,000s and one-bedroom pricing starts from the $600,000s. 

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