Discover Elite Neighbourhoods in the GTA
Elegance and location
Yorkville is home to some of the most elegant residential, dining and shopping spaces in the city. The neighborhood features high-end condominium towers, hotels, shops, and restaurants, which can be accessed by walking through quaint courtyards and alleyways. For its resident, Yorkville is situated just outside of the downtown congestion but close enough that you could be right back in it within a few minute's drive by car. The neighborhood has earned top marks for its proximity and access to public transit. This includes two subway lines, several buses and for families, several schools nearby including three private ones.
In the heart of Yorkville, you’ll find a finely manicured park full of chairs and tables to sit and relax while taking in the sights and sounds of the neighborhood. Within the district of Yorkville comes one of Canada’s most high-end shopping districts, also known as the “Mink Mile,” which runs along Bloor Street. In 2006, the “mile” was the 22nd most expensive street in the world by the square foot. The area also serves as a home base for some of the city’s biggest annual events, such as the Bloor-Yorkville Icefest, Exotic Car Show, and Holiday Magic. Besides all the attractions Yorkville offers, it is ideally located within walking distance of the Bloor/ Yonge subway station and the University of Toronto’s campus.
The Heart of Toronto
Midtown Toronto has become the “go-to” hub for young families with school-age children. The midtown node provides its residents with a wide array of options for public and private schooling. Well maintained trails, bike paths, and parks make up the area, with locations easily accessible by walking or public transit.
Yonge and Eglinton continue to be an in-demand space for families to establish their roots in. With such demand and appeal to young families, midtown has undergone a massive influx of new condominium projects, shops, restaurants, and public transportation. At the heart of these new changes comes the arrival of the Eglinton Crosstown Light Rail Transit (LRT) Line, making midtown Toronto an essential transit hub for commuters across the city. As more and more businesses continue to pour into the area, the Yonge Eglinton Centre will offer up even more new shops and public spaces, adding to its movie theatres, restaurants, and amenity spaces.
Midtown Toronto provides access to multiple public transit options such as cycling through the city ride-share program, bus stops, and the subway system. With requirements to get uptown or downtown, midtown Toronto is centrally located, allowing for easy access to all public transit forms within steps from your door.