There is no one neighbourhood closer to the action the hotspot of CityPlace. Located within the former Railway lands, this area continues to boom with rapid development forging a new city skyline for years to come.
The neighbourhood features a number of residents, but the condo style living is most appealing to young professionals and small families looking to spend around $400,000 and up on a piece of property in the sky!
Who Lives Here?
Situated south of Front, north of the Gardiner, and east-west between Bathurst and Spadina—CityPlace allows for buyers with mixed price points easy access to public transit, entertainment, shopping, dining and all the city has to offer!
What's There To Do?
Landmarks within walking distance include the Rogers Centre, home of the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team, Steam Whistle Brewing Company, the Air Canada Centre (home of the Toronto Maple Leafs hockey team and site of many concerts), the CN Tower, and the hub of transit, Union Station.
There is no shortage of dining facilities in the vicinity, from Italian fare at Citta to the patio and bar at Hunters Landing, the numerous sushi joints, and local favourite The Coffee Bar—residents will never have to go far for a full stomach and rave review!
Young families can rest assured that both a public and catholic school have been zoned for Block 31 to accommodate education and the growing youth of the area.
Consumers have no shortage of options with the many pockets nearby for shopping! Check out Queen Street West, Yorkville, Bloor Street and any of the pockets in between for your chain shops and one-off boutiques—or head on down to the Eaton’s Centre for your indoor shopping needs.
What About Commuting?
Commuters have it easy with access to buses, streetcars, go trains and more from their front door and the busy terminal of Union Station which allows for easy travel within the city and to surrounding hubs. Motorists have the Gardiner for quick transit and pedestrians and cyclists have numerous lanes and walkways for travel.