Artscape Distillery Studios Bibliography

Clark, M. (11 Sept 2006). “Distinctive Distillery.” Now Magazine.

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC). (2004). “The ‘Kings Regeneration’ Initiative.” Taken from Residential Intensification Case Studies: Municipal Initiatives.
http://www.cmhc-schl.gc.ca/en/inpr/su/sucopl/sucopl_002.cfm

Diamond, A.J. et al. (1990). Gooderham & Worts Triangle Lands: Urban Planning Study and Heritage Assessment Final Report.

Dill, P. & Bedford, P. (2002). Regeneration in the Kings: Directions and Emerging Trends. City of Toronto: Urban Development Services, City Planning Division.

Gibson, S. (2008). “Toronto’s Distillery District: History by the lake.” Toronto: Distillery Historic District.

Giraldi, A., Matyjewicz, M. & Tamam, L. (n.d). Gooderham & Worts: Revitalization in the Distillery District.

Honey, K. (21 March 1998). “Deregulation revitalizes industrial areas.” The Toronto Star.

Hume, C. (19 June 2006). “Distillery keeps corporate name at bay.” The Toronto Star.

Hume, C. (20 March 2002). “Artists needed pick-me-up.” The Toronto Star.

Hume, C. (2 November 2001). “Distillery to become a village for art.” The Toronto Star.

Hume, C. (29 September 2001). “Heritage for sale.” The Toronto Star.

Higgins, S. (1994). Architectural Description of the Case Goods Warehouse (Building 74).

Mathews, V K. (2010). Place Differentiation: Redeveloping the Distillery District, Toronto. PhD Thesis, Department of Geography, University of Toronto.
https://tspace.library.utoronto.ca/bitstream/1807/26373/6/Mathews_Vanessa_K_201011_PhD_thesis.pdf

McClelland, M. (2005). “Learning From the Distillery District.” Canadian Architect.

Zeidler Grinnel Partnership Architects. (2002). Specifications for Toronto Artscape Inc. The Distillery District Renovations to the Case Goods Building and Cannery Building.

(-,-). (1 January 2002). “A historic past, an important future.” The Globe and Mail.

(-,-). Distillery District Heritage Website. (n.d). www.distilleryheritage.com


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