Check out Toronto’s best neighbourhoods and let us know how we can help find your new home in one of the neighbourhoods you love.
- Bathurst & Lakeshore
- The Beach
- Bloor West Village
- King East
- King West
- Queen West
- Queen's Quay
- Yonge & Eglington
- Yonge & Sheppard/Bayview & Sheppard
Bathurst and Lakeshore is still in its early stages of residential development, and has already become one of Toronto’s more exciting emerging condo neighbourhoods.
The Beach (or “Beaches”) is one of Toronto’s most exciting residential communities; known for the physical beauty of the waterfront itself and the shopping/commercial district highlighted on Queen Street East.
Homes in the area have been historically characterized by Edwardian and Victorian homes. Lately however, we have seen an exciting assortment of condos, town homes and new semi-detached residences that have provided new access to those with a desire to have a Beach address.
With 350 shops, bars and services, The Beach is more than just a community in Toronto, it is a destination.
One of my favorite neighborhoods in Toronto, as it was the first place my wife and I shared a home together.
The key to Bloor West is accessibility to downtown while maintaining a strong separation: drivers enjoy close proximity to both the Gardiner and the 427 and transit users have 5 subway stops to choose from.
One of the most unique and beautiful neighborhoods in Toronto, Cabbagetown (named after the staple grown in the front yards of the homes to the sustain the Irish immigrants of the 1800’s) is bounded by Wellesley Street to the north, Gerrard Street to the south, Sherbourne Street to the west, and the Don River to the east.
The urban landscape is complemented by cafes, retail shops and pubs which can be found on Parliament Street – named after the Parliament Houses of Upper Canada, which sat on the South end of the street.
If you want a history lesson of Toronto, look no further than this wonderful neighborhood. The physical geography and residential architecture in Cabbagetown tell a story of how the original settlements, two wars and a depression shaped this city.
King East is a small glimpse of the history of Toronto; a place where William Jarvis once called home around the footings of George Brown College. Take a stroll through the area and enjoy high end furniture shops, low rise condos and Toronto’s St. Lawrence Market.
King Street West is one of Toronto’s most popular destinations for both visitors and residents alike.
Once known as a theatre and restaurant hub, King St. West has now become known within the city for its chic nightclubs and restaurants, as well as having some of the most exciting condo developments in the city!
Further benefits of this area are its proximity to business in the downtown core, recreation at the CNE/Ontario Place/Waterfront as well as quick access to the Gardiner and Lakeshore Blvd to get your where you are going!
A beautiful place to live and play in Toronto, Leslieville boasts an untouched high street of shops, cafes and bars to spend the day at.
Queen West is Toronto’s home to the Fashion, Arts and Design communities. From Yonge to as far as Roncesvalles, communities of galleries, studios and bars inhabit the Victorian storefronts of Queen West. An area undergoing some of the most development in the area is Queen and Dufferin; home to The Drake Hotel, The Gladstone Hotel and a number of condo developments.
The Queen’s Quay is one of Toronto’s prime summer destinations for both locals and tourists. WIth its mix of marinas, restaurants and ferries off the Island, the neighborhood makes for an ideal place to live and play.
Riverdale: home to Degrassi, East Chinatown and some of Toronto’s most beautiful Victorian and Edwardian homes.
Midtown is one of Toronto’s more desired neighborhoods. Known for its diverse mix of residential products, “Yonge and Eg” offers close proximity to shopping, transit and some of Canada’s finest restaurants.
Two great neighborhoods in North York are Yonge and Sheppard/Bayview and Sheppard.; both of which offer great value per square foot in a wide selection of condos, townhomes and detached houses.
Accessibility is one of the most attractive features of this area: drivers enjoy quick access to the 410, 404 and Don Valley and the subway commuter can be downtown in 40 minutes.
In addition, North York is known for great shopping, theatre and restaurants – all available in the Sheppard TTC line!
Once a hangout for up and coming musicians like Neil Young, Joni Mitchell and Luke and his crazy Apostles, Yorkville has been known more recently for Ryan and Rachel and Brad and Angelina.
With upscale shopping, tourist destinations such as the ROM and luxury real estate, Yorkville is both a nice place to visit AND live.