Neighbourhoods

YORKVILLE

Yorkville is Toronto’s premier address and is known as the city’s most glamorous shopping and dining neighborhood. The area of Yorkville exudes luxury in all it has to offer. Explore fine galleries and museums, shop along the ‘Mink Mile’ at world-renowned brands such as Louis Vuitton, Prada & Chanel, and indulge in Toronto’s finest restaurants and patios.

Yorkville is a vibrant and luxurious community that offers its residents the best of city living. This area is also home to some of Toronto’s most prestigious developments including the Four Seasons Private Residences and One St Thomas.

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THE WATERFRONT

Toronto’s waterfront is a lively community built on the shores of Lake Ontario. This beautiful and dynamic neighborhood is the place to be during the warmer months, as it is only a stone’s throw away from many of Toronto’s exciting venues and attractions.

Take a ferry across to the Toronto Islands to spend a day with the family or relax at one of the many beaches, partake in the cultural events at the Harbourfront Centre, hang out at Sugar Beach – Toronto’s urban beach park, bike along the many trails, or head to Polson Pier and enjoy an afternoon at Cabana Pool Bar.

Living at the waterfront provides for breathtaking lake and city views. Enjoy life and the serenity of lakeside living in any of the area’s spectacular penthouses.

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SUMMERHILL

Summerhill is Toronto’s most preferred neighbourhoods for many reasons; turn of the century houses, winding tree-lined streets and abundance of parkland. Conveniently located along the Yonge Street corridor, Summerhill provides its residents with easy access to Toronto’s downtown entertainment and business districts.

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ST. LAWRENCE

St. Lawrence is a downtown neighborhood immediately east of the Financial District. It is characterized by its unique historic architecture and old-world charm.

This area is famous for the St. Lawrence Market; a food market that sells everything from fresh seafood to imported coffee, and was named the world’s best food market by National Geographic.

There are many quaint restaurants and shops to be discovered here. Enthusiasts of the performing arts will admire the local St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts and the Sony Centre for the Preforming Arts.

St. Lawrence is a favorite neighborhood among Torontonians and has several incredible properties to offer such as The Berczy, a boutique condominium across the historical Flatiron Building, and the new and already iconic L Tower, designed by the celebrated architect Daniel Libeskind.

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SOUTH RIVERDALE

Riverdale (commonly referred to as Leslieville/Riverside) is an eastern Toronto neighbourhood located by the Don River Valley.

Riverdale is a large and diverse neighbourhood known for its colourful shopping districts and quaint Victorian homes. Top ranked schools and convenient transit has also attracted many families to this neighbourhood abounded by large parks.

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QUEEN WEST

Named the second hippest district in the world by Vogue Magazine, Queen West is Toronto’s trendy neighborhood. Originally known as the Fashion District and the Art & Design District, an extensive array of clothing stores, boutiques, salons, studios, and galleries are found here.

Residents and visitors flourish to Trinity Bellwoods Park to relax during summer days and the neighborhoods offers lively patios, bars, and live music venues for evening entertainment.

Also found in Queen West is the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, home to the National Ballet of Canada and the Canadian Opera Company, and Much Music, the hosts of the Much Music Video Awards which turns the street of Queen West into a celebratory party every June.

A mix of lofts and condominiums are available in Queen West ranging from the luxurious Shangri-La to the converted Chocolate Co Lofts.

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NORTH YORK

North York is located at the north end of Toronto and includes a wide range of neighbourhoods including The Bridle Path, Hogg’s Hollow, Lawrence Park, York Mills, Willowdale, Bayview Village, Finch, Flemingdon Park and Lawrence Heights.

With its many smaller neighbourhoods, North York also has a large urban area with numerous condominium communities. North York has been rapidly growing and is home to many fantastic residential towers.

Places to visit in North York include Downsview Park where many outdoor festivals and concerts are held, Bayview Village for its wonderful shopping, and Willowdale for its fine selection of cafes and restaurants.

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MIDTOWN

The Midtown area of Toronto spans from Bloor Street to Eglinton Avenue and encompasses the St. Clair, Davisville, and Yonge-Eglinton neighbourhoods.

Midtown enjoys a balance between the rush of downtown and the calm of uptown, however, everything you could want in a neighbourhood is within a ten minute walk. Mom-and-pop grocers and butchers, as well as international retailers, line this stretch of Yonge between St.Clair and Eglinton up to Lawrence. Midtown’s many bars, restaurants and theatres provide a nighttime spark while the neighbourhood’s many parks provide calming green space for weekends and days.

Midtown is consistently reinventing itself as major new developments rise up into the sky, especially near Yonge-Eglinton.

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LIBERTY VILLAGE

Liberty Village is a neighbourhood located West of downtown Toronto. Once an industrial zone, the area is now home to a mix of hard lofts and new glass condo towers.

The revitalized Liberty Market Building offers many art galleries, cafes, restaurants, furniture and design shops in the area. A supermarket and other shops are also situated along a central square in the heart of Liberty Village.
Being in the west end, residents are always a short walk away from Queen West, King West, and Trinity Bellwoods Park. BMO field is also close by.
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KING WEST

King West is Toronto’s premier neighborhood for urban professionals and has overtime become the city’s trendy social hub. The atmosphere is energetic and lively as residents enjoy a variety of swanky restaurants, bars, and nightlife that turns King Street West into an entertainment mecca.

Many major and exciting events occur in the heart of King West. The Toronto International Film Festival is one of the most prestigious and esteemed events of its kind not only in Toronto, but the world. Celebrities can be seen along King West at the TIFF Bell Lightbox or Roy Thompson Hall in-between screenings. Toronto Fashion Week is another major Canadian event that comes every Spring and Fall to David Pecaut Square where designers showcase their latest collections.

King West has a wide range of chic condominiums, lofts, and penthouses to choose from and offers such developments such as Festival Tower, The Thompson, and Fashion House to the extremely luxurious Residences of The Ritz Carlton and 500 Wellington.

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HIGH PARK

The neighbourhood of High Park is the perfect combination of housing and demographic with the 400-acre High Park as the focal point of the area. Bordered by Bloor Street to the South, Dundas to the North, and including the narrow strip between Parkside and Roncesvalles down to The Queensway, the area also benefits from easy access to the lively communities of the Junction, Roncesvalles Village and is surrounded by transit. This, mingled with the vast retail and entertainment options provided by the Bloor West Commercial strip, means quality of life in this neighbourhood is some of the best offered in the city.

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FINANCIAL DISTRICT

The Financial District is Toronto’s economic powerhouse. This bustling business core is home to major banks, high-powered law and accounting firms, corporate headquarters, insurance companies, and the Toronto Stock Exchange.

The Financial District is extremely accessible with access to Union Station, transit lines, the Gardiner Expressway and Billy Bishop Island Airport.  The Financial District is also the heart of the downtown core and is in close proximity to great shopping and entertainment.

Living in the hustle and bustle of the Financial District is exciting yet opulent with luxurious options such as the Residences at the Ritz Carlton, Trump Tower, and the Shangri-La.

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DOWNTOWN CORE

Downtown Toronto is vibrant and full of life. With something to always do, this central area of the city has no end of restaurants, bars, coffee shops, entertainment venues, major sport teams, and shopping.

Downtown Toronto is home to famous landmarks such as the CN Tower, the Eaton Centre shopping mall and Yonge-Dundas Square. Prominent government, educational, and health science institutions are also found in downtown Toronto bringing expertise, knowledge, and a higher standard of living to the city.

As downtown Toronto spans the entire central core, there are many exceptional living options ranging from trendy boutique buildings to sky-high penthouses with forever views.

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DISTILLERY DISTRICT

The Distillery District is a National Historic site that contains the largest collection of preserved Victorian-era Industrial Architecture in North America. To enter The Distillery is to step back into an era of horse-drawn carts and cobblestone streets.

The converted brick buildings are a spectacular backdrop for the local restaurants, design stores, cafes, boutiques, studios, and art galleries.

During the summer, enjoy an afternoon on the Mill Street microbrewery’s patio and during the winter, explore the two week long Christmas Market, a beloved Toronto holiday tradition.

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CHURCH CORRIDOR

Immediately east of Yonge Street, the Church St Corridor spans from Bloor Street down to Front Street and encompasses the eastern side of downtown Toronto.

The Church Wellesley Village, also known as the Gay Village, is in the heart of the Church St Corridor and is home to Canada’s largest gay community. This hip and vibrant neighborhood welcomes visitors from all walks of life to its many trendy shops, restaurants, and bars.  Every summer in June, Toronto hosts one of the largest pride festivals and parade in the world, right in the center of the Gay Village.

Other prominent Toronto addresses in the Church St Corridor include the landmark Maple Leaf Gardens, the legendary Massey Hall performing arts venue, Ryerson University, and the National Ballet School of Canada.

This central location has attracted many residents to its existing and upcoming developments. Primary properties in this neighborhood include The Merchandise Lofts, Radio City, and Casa Condos.

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