The Goode Condos will boast amazing views of different parts of Toronto. Looking North, residents will overlook Old Toronto and its beautiful Victorian architecture. To the east, the Don Valley can be seen. To the South, residents can enjoy the tranquil sights of Lake Ontario and to the West, enjoy taking in the sight of the CN Tower and the downtown Toronto skyline.
The Goode Condos would make for a great investment because of the location. It would be a perfect place for students to call home as 33 Parliament Street is located near George Brown College’s King Street and St. James Campus locations and its Centre for Hospitality and Culinary Arts. Ryerson University is also a short commute from home. This is also the perfect location for young professionals looking to live and play near where they work.
The Goode Condos has everything you need within walking distance, there is no need for a car to run errands. Enjoy everything the community has to offer, like restaurants, cafes, pubs, and shopping. During the day enjoy visiting attractions like the St. Lawrence Market or the Toronto Eaton Centre and in the evening enjoy exploring the many breweries within The Distillery Historic District or take in a concert or sporting event at The Rogers Centre or Scotiabank Arena.
Living in the Waterfront-Communities area of Toronto makes it extremely easy to get around the city. With a perfect Transit Score, TTC bus and streetcar stops are just minutes away, getting you downtown in less than 25 minutes. The Gardiner Expressway and the Don Valley Parkway are just a short drive away, allowing for a commute of just 5 minutes to the downtown core. This area is also equipped with excellent bike lanes, boasting a perfect Bike Score and allowing for cyclists to get downtown in less than 10 minutes.
The Goode Condos is located in the Distillery District, a hub of culture and creativity. It is one of Canada’s most sought- after destinations for art, culture, entertainment, dining, and retail. Steps to many Distillery District and local favourites. Get your fill of green space and fresh air at one of these nearby spots: Parliament Square Park, David Crombie Park, Corktown Common, Sherbourne Common, St James Park, Toronto Sculpture Garden, Sugar Beach and more.
Steps to the Supermarket
Close to School and Public community centre
Walk to the new Corktown station in 7 minutes
Current bus stop – 1 min walk
Walk to George Brown campus in under 10 minutes (Bike in 4)
The Distillery in 0 minutes
Walk to Corktown commons 18 acre park in 12 minutes
Walk to St. Lawrence Market in 10 minutes
Walk to a dog park about 4 minutes away
Walk to East Harbour in only 17 minutes(with 50,000 jobs coming)
Walk to the all new Parliament slip – in 1 minute
OR Drive / Bike / TTC anywhere in minutes.
Well-connected to transit, highways, bike paths and trails. And new bi-directional bike lanes, proposed along Mill Street and the Esplanade from Yonge all the way to Bayview, will make it even easier to connect to existing bikeways on Bayview, Cherry St., Lower Sherbourne and Yonge.
1 minute walk to Mill Street at Parliament Street bus stop
2 minute walk to King and Parliament streetcar stop
3 minute walk to Cherry Street at King Street streetcar stop
4 minute walk to new Corktown Station
5 minute bike to the Waterfront Trail
6 minute drive to the Gardiner Expressway
7 minute drive to Union Station
Short distance to the Don Valley Parkway and lake
Close to the local bus and streetcar services
Excellent Walk Score of 93 out of 100
Perfect Bike Score of 100 out of 100
Perfect Transit Score of 100 out of 100.