Toronto is the 3rd largest condominium city in North America after New York and Chicago. As a multicultural city, it hosts people from all over the world in a unique urban fabric. Downtown Toronto has sprawled in the past 10 years and new condominium buildings are emerging, changing for good the skyline of our city.
The following condo buildings are a good example of what you can find on and off Bay Street south of Bloor and north of Gerrard.
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Welcome to Bay Street: the financial centre of Canada and one of the most sought-after places to live in Toronto. Downtown has become a full-fledged residential neighbourhood. Old commercial buildings have given way to trendy upscale condos including the Residences at College Park, Lumiere Condos, Murano and Burano Condominiums, Opera Place, Karma Condos, U Condos and many more luxury condominiums.
Most of them are located on the epicenter of the booming residential district of Bay and College, halfway between College and Queens Park Subway stations. Your neighbours in the Bay Street Corridor will be young working professionals who love the accessibility and liveliness of the area. Many students also call Bay Street home, as it is walking distance from the University of Toronto and Ryerson University.
Shopping on Bay Street is limitless. With hundreds of stores to choose from including the College Park complex, the Eaton Centre connected to the underground Path and Yorkville; this neighborhood truly offers something for everyone. Entertainment in the area doesn’t stop at shopping! This district is home to Toronto’s most notable landmarks including Old City Hall and Nathan Phillips Square where you can go skating or ring in the New Year. Residents of Bay Street are within walking distance to the best entertainment the city has to offer including the coolest bars and restaurants, giving busy working residents innumerable places to relax and unwind at the end of the day.
For those who love the outdoors, Queens Park is a fabulous open space that boasts breathtaking scenery. Sports lovers can play our national game—hockey—at the Matamy Arena at the former Maple Leaf Gardens or at the College Park open air rink. YMCA and a series of private gyms are easily found in the proximity.
Bay Street also has the advantage of being close to the hospital district—home to leading healthcare facilities such as the MaRS research institute, Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto General Hospital, and many more. With everything the Bay Street Corridor has to offer it’s no surprise that it’s become one of the trendiest residential addresses in the city.