This bustling neighbourhood is draws Torontonians of all stripes. Appealing to business owners and artists, the streets populated with Victorian and Edwardian homes. With plenty to see and do, a dull day in this historic neighbourhood is hard to come by.
A quiet residential locale, Allenby is a family-friendly neighbourhood that is particularly popular among families with young children. The area boasts a French Immersion school with programs covering grades one to six.
Despite being so close to the city’s Downtown core, this neighbourhood is a quiet, out-of-the-way spot, ideal for anyone looking to get a break from the high-energy of city-life. Amenities are steps away via St. Clair Avenue West.
Scarborough is a sprawling residential area with a diverse array of restaurant offerings from every community represented by the GTA’s multicultural landscape. Its borders are also home to major landmarks like the Toronto Zoo and the Scarborough bluffs.
Nestled on the waterfront, the Beaches is a summertime hot spot for GTA locals. Take a stroll on the Boardwalk, relax on the beach or check out some of the many restaurants and shops that line the streets.
Among Toronto’s oldest Neighbourhoods, Liberty Village is touted as the perfect place to eat, work, and play. Its close proximity to the Downtown Core makes it an excellent choice for lovers of the city life.
Located between Downtown and Uptown is Midtown Toronto. A hub of small business, restaurants and shopping, this area is highly diverse filled with an endless variety of housing options.
Once a part of Old Town, Yonge and Eglington has blossomed into a bustling city centre This area is home to many shops, businesses, restaurants and housing developments.
Adopted by Toronto in 1967, Forest Hill holds distinction as being one Toronto’s opulent neighbourhoods. The winding streets of this neighbourhood are filled with luxury homes and two of Canada’s most prestigious private schools: the Upper Canada College boys’ school and Bishop Strachan School girls’ school.
Just north of Toronto’s primary city center lies North York. Its borders are home to a collection of neighbourhoods including Lawrence Park, York Mills, Willowdale, Bayview Village, and Jane and Finch.
Just East of the Don Valley Parkway, Victoria Village is home to all types of housing options, including low-rise and high-rise apartment buildings, semi-detached houses and fully detached bungalows. Many apples trees can still be found throughout the neighbourhood leftover from the days when the Herron family owned operated an orchard in the area.
One of the few GTA neighbourhoods to be granted heritage status, Wychwood is populated with some of the most architecturally creative buildings in the city. It comes as no surprise that this area was settled by an artist’s colony in the late 1800s.
The Western-most region of the GTA sits Etobicoke, an incredibly diverse area containing three major sections: Central Etobicoke, The Lakeshore and Rexdale. Etobicoke boasts a wide array of housing options including everything from high-rise condos to suburban townhouses.
Located in the Lakeshore are of Etobicoke, Mimico is a small, primarily residential area. An up and coming neighbourhood, Mimico’s biggest attract is the waterfront that runs parallel to it.
Fashion District (Spadina / Bathurst – King)
Mere steps away from the Entertainment and Financial Districts, this area has a well-earned reputation as the fashion centre of Toronto. Expect to see clothing manufacturers share the streets with multi-unit residences, including condos and lofts.
Famous for its shopping, nightlife, live shows, and entertainment venues, Downtown Toronto is a vibrant community that attracts tourists and locals alike. Residents enjoy easy access to public transit and all amenities.