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Yonge Street originates on the northern shore of Toronto Bay at Queen's Quay, a four-lane arterial road (speed limit 50 km/h) proceeding north by north-west. Toronto's Harbourfront is built on landfill extended into the bay, with the former industrial area now converted from port, rail and industrial uses to a dense residential high-rise community.
Yorkville is the classiest address in the city of Toronto with a mix of detached and semi-detached classic Victorian houses and mature tree-lined yards. Some fantastic luxury condos have been built in the last few years, including The Private Residences at The Four Seasons, Museum House, The Hazelton, 1 St. Thomas and 1 Bedford. There is an enormous amount of new construction planned for the area with some building already under construction, such as Yorkville Plaza, 277 Davenport Rd and 1 Bloor Street.
Many of them are located between Yonge Street and Avenue Road and Davenport and Bloor Street, some with direct access to the Bay Bloor subway station. Your neighbours in Yorkville are established working professionals who love the glamour and convenience of this area. Yorkville is home to Canada’s high-end shopping district. Stroll the streets of this trendy neighbourhood while popping into luxury retail stores which include Holt Renfrew, Harry Rosen, Louis Vuitton, as well as other luxury shopping at Hazelton Lanes.
Entertainment in Yorkville offers more than just luxury brands. Whether you’re an art lover or a sports fan, you’re sure to find something you love to do. Spend a day at Toronto’s Royal Ontario Museum admiring the unique design of the Lee-Chin Crystal or head over to Hazelton Avenue to check out the trendy galleries. Residents of Yorkville are within walking distance to Yorkville Avenue and Cumberland Street where you’ll find the swankiest restaurants and bars.
If sports and the outdoors are more you’re thing, head over to Varsity Arena: a world-class, 5000-seat stadium. Here you can take in the University of Toronto’s athletics and spend the day cheering on Toronto’s varsity sports teams. In addition, there are a number of private gyms in the area for residents to utilize.
Yorkville is thought to be the most desirable place to live in Toronto, with easy access to shops, theatres and so much more.
Yorkville Condominiums and Homes
Yorkville offers many options for living and investment opportunities.