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Just east of downtown, you’ll find one of Toronto’s most eccentric neighborhoods: the Distillery District. With more than 40 heritage buildings, ten streets, and 13 acres to its name, the Distillery District offers the largest collection of Victorian-era industrial architecture in North America. In 1998, the district was officially declared to be a national historic site of Canada. With traditional brick paved streets overlooked by beautiful large sculptures, the Distillery District offers a unique and lively streetscape. Condominiums run up and down Distillery Lane, with a dynamic mix of residential areas at parliament, Distillery and the east end of Mill Street running up to Cherry Street. Restaurants and pubs line Trinity Street, Tank House Lane, Brewery Lane and Case Goods Lane, and art culture thrives in the mix; home to celebrations and special events such as Artisan, the Contact Festival, theatre, music, dance, food, literature, fashion, film and magic, there is no shortage of entertainment for singles, couple and families alike.
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