The Forest Hill neighbourhood is one of Toronto’s most iconic and luxurious neighbourhoods. The former village in midtown dates back over 100 years to 1918, cementing its history in the city. Hosting some of Toronto’s most prestigious private schools and breathtaking mansions, Forest Hill is a name to remember.
If you are looking for a stunning combination of tranquility from unique ravines and luxurious architecture, Rosedale is the neighbourhood you seek. Boasting as one of Toronto’s most desirable areas, Rosedale has showcased both fashion and wealth. Surrounded by business, nature, entertainment and lux shopping, this neighbourhood is truly the jack of all trades.
Within walking distance of the fashion district and known to be Toronto’s most electrifying neighbourhoods, King West has made its name known across the province. Hosting some of the city’s most iconic restaurants, bars, and boutique shops, King West is the perfect location for young working professionals seeking a lively urban lifestyle within walking distance of downtown offices and transit.
With the largest concentration of art galleries in Toronto, unique restaurants and incredible boutiques, the Queen West neighbourhood is known to be one of the city’s most dynamic and vibrant locations. With an abundance of cafés, bistros, and patios, Queen West is your people-watching destination. Home to the iconic Trinity-Bellwoods Park, this neighbourhood was named by Vogue magazine as one of the coolest neighbourhoods in the world.
St. Lawrence is a neighbourhood truly as old as Toronto itself. The architecturally significant 19th-century Georgian style red and yellow brick buildings that line Front Street take you back to this period. The iconic St. Lawrence market hosts over 200 vendors and frequently attracts locals and tourists alike in search of the well-known peameal-bacon sandwich. The market was even ranked by National Geographic as one of the best food markets in the world. St. Lawrence is an incredible family-friendly neighbourhood just steps away from both the financial and distillery districts.
Hosting some of Toronto’s tallest skyscrapers and globally known Bay St., the financial district hosts a unique mix of fine-dining, corporations, law firms, and the Toronto Stock Exchange. Worried about frosty walks during the winter? Well, the financial district is home to the PATH which contains roughly 30 kilometers of underground walkways, over 1,200 shops and links major attractions and transit.
Yorkville is one of Toronto’s most desirable neighbourhoods for its combination of luxurious condominium apartments, shopping centres, commercial office towers, restaurants and Victorian-style homes. With a perfect mix of calmness while also being close enough to the hustle and bustle of the downtown core, Yorkville’s posh hotels host many Hollywood insiders during the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).