Distillery Studios Archives


Distillery to Become a Village for Art
The 160-year-old Gooderham and Worts distillery is about to be transformed into a centre for culture and the arts
Christopher Hume – Toronto Star – February 11, 2001

Old Distillery to be Redeveloped
The Allied Domecq Pension Fund has announced that it has entered into an agreement with Cityscape Development Corporation for the sale of the former Gooderham & Worts Distillery on the Toronto waterfront
Real Estate News – November 23, 2001


Artists Get Needed Pick-me-up
They haven’t made booze at the old Gooderham & Worts distillery since 1990, but there’s still plenty fermenting at the perfectly preserved 19th century industrial complex
Christopher Hume – Toronto Star – March 26, 2002

Artscape In Studio Newsletter Spring/Summer 2002


Learning from the Distillery District
Toronto’s Distillery District is a successful marriage of new contemporary design and existing heritage structures
Canadian Architect –  February 2005


Distillery Keeps Corporate Names at Bay
For most visitors, the Distillery District is a pleasant way to spend a few hours, maybe go for a meal, wander through an art gallery or watch a play at the Young Centre
Christopher Hume – Toronto Star – June 19, 2006

Distinctive Distillery
Designers, artists and restauranteurs are remaking a piece of historical Toronto
Meaghan Clark – NOW Magazine – November 9, 2006