Downtown Toronto offers some of the best city living you will find.
The Toronto core boasts a growing abundance of gorgeous city condominiums that offer such features as fourteen foot ceilings and sunny south east exposures, some so open and spacious you feel like you are living in a house. Well-designed condos with contemporary comfort are providing ready access to a fantastic downtown lifestyle in the residential quadrants of the Toronto core.
Owning a condominium provides all of the benefits of owning a home without the responsibility of maintenance and repair such as snow shoveling, grass cutting and gardening. In many condominium complexes you will enjoy the added benefits of 24-hour security, fitness facilities, and recreation & entertainment centres.
Downtown Toronto features a large selection of residential options that offer accessibility to the many cultural, historic, educational, leisure, retail and employment opportunities that Toronto holds. The Bloor Yorkville area alone offers 700 designer boutiques, restaurants, hotels, and world-class galleries. Other well known districts offering compatible fare are The Annex, Cabbagetown, and Chinatown, to name a few.
Residing in the Kensington Market area and the closely located Little Italy District brings you within easy reach of some of the freshest produce and best selection of cheese vendors in the City of Toronto.
Forest Hill offers homes of distinction that reflect individuality in architecture, landscaping and personalized residential uniqueness. Within the vastly growing city of Toronto and the greater Toronto area, Forest Hill maintains its unique existence as a quiet, charming, cozy village with a flair for offering an extensive and interesting assortment of restaurants, cafes, and bakeries.
Toronto’s historic west neighbourhood of High Park proudly presents homes located on tree lined residential streets. Like Forest Hill, quiet, intimate areas can be found with some homes being located on streets that reflect a mews style appearance. High Park is known for its 399 acres of green space and sport facilities for swimming, tennis, soccer, cycling and trails.
Families are moving back from suburbia and relocating in downtown Toronto. Spending years commuting on the freeway and stuck in traffic rather than time at home, parents are looking for opportunities to spend more time at home with family in their own community, downtown Toronto.