The neighborhood is conveniently connected making travel uncomplicated for motorists. Commuters now have the ability to ride the TTC subway directly into Union Station in the heart of Toronto's core, without having to make numerous transfers. The area is filled with many local amenities including restaurants, bars, supermarkets, fitness centers, cafes, and big box stores including Lowe's Home Improvement, Walmart, Costco, LCBO, Winners, and Best Buy, to name a few. There are also many things to do in this area including Cineplex Cinemas, Vaughan Mills Mall, and Canada's Wonderland which are all less than 10 minutes away from this development. The area also boasts an abundance of parks and schools.

Dovercourt-Wallace Emerson-Junction


This vibrant west-end Toronto neighborhood with strong community roots is not far from the center of downtown and includes a number of smaller communities such as Bloordale Village, Bloorcourt, Dovercourt, Wallace Emerson, and the Junction Triangle. There is an array of cafes, restaurants, vintage shops, galleries, and fruit markets as you step out of your home, making this one of the most resident-friendly locations in the city. The fact that this neighborhood is home to multicultural communities only adds to its charm. The local residents and businesses participate in an exquisite annual street festival called ‘Big on Bloor’ featuring art, music and international food.

Junction Area


Apart from being a spot well connected by public transport, The Junction also has a direct link for pedestrians and cyclists to Dundas which extends to Liberty Village and the many other destinations neighborhoods nearby. Highpark, Bloor West Village and Roncesvalles are within walking distance if residents want a change from the bursting scene that has emerged within the Junction itself. Infamously designated dry for decades, Junction is now home to some of the most buzzing pubs and taverns the city has to offer. Not to be confused with Junction Triangle located nearby, this is one of the most sought after residential neighborhoods in Toronto.

King West


Located in the heart of Toronto's renowned Entertainment and Fashion Districts, with endless dining options from pub fare to fine dining, KingWest is amongst the most sought after of Toronto’s neighborhoods. The area boasts the quickest commute to the Financial District thanks to the King Pilot Project eliminating traffic. For days off Queen West is just up the street if you want a change from the red carpet lifestyle of KingWest. The Theatre District is just blocks away and home to the Toronto Film Festival. Unwind in one of the many neighborhood parks including the exquisite Trinity Bellwoods. Connectivity via public transport is simply the best way to experience Toronto at its finest.

Liberty Village


Just steps from King Street West and walking distance to Lake Ontario. This trendy, self-sufficient urban neighborhood with a strong industrial past awaits. Populated with a number of historic brick buildings, many of which have been converted into cafes, bars, offices and art galleries making it a desirable place to set down roots. Liberty can be yours to explore without the hassle of outside traffic, be it a walk up to King to enjoy the nightlife, or up to Queen Street to experience the green space of Trinity Bellwoods park. Visit the CNE in the summer just across the platform from the conveniently located Exhibition GO Station. Over 20 new restaurants have opened in the past 3 years, a testament to the growing popularity of this neighborhood.

Queen West


This historic neighborhood truly does get better with time. Here, you can enjoy the renowned shopping offered along the Queen West strip, indulge in chic fusion cuisine at one of the local neighborhood restaurants and top your evening off, experiencing classic Toronto nightlife at the Drake and Gladstone hotels. Queen West offers a world of culture and entertainment while also providing quick access to the cities core financial district. The area is home to the magnificent Trinity-Bellwoods Park. There you’ll find interesting people, friendly dogs, and organized drum circles that keep the park constantly buzzing with activity. No wonder this neighborhood was named by Vogue magazine as one of the coolest neighborhoods in the world!

St. Lawrence


In a neighborhood rich with urban history and home to some of the most iconic buildings in the city, from the Gooderham Flatiron Building, King Edward Hotel, St. James Cathedral and the renowned St Lawrence Market. An extremely well-connected location with easy access to King and Union station. However, with the choice of restaurants, pubs, fitness centers located in the region, coupled with its unique personality, you might find yourself spending an awful lot of time right where you live. Toronto’s hottest nightlife is right at your fingertips. You can also get your art fix at the St. Lawrence center for arts and the Sony Center for the performing arts located in this neighborhood.

The Beaches


Home to Ashbridges Bay and the city’s largest stretch of sand and boardwalk along the Toronto waterfront. The commercial district of Queen Street East lies at the heart of The Beaches community, characterized by a large number of independent specialty stores. The side streets are predominantly lined with some of Toronto’s most beautiful tree-lined streets and homes. This community offers some of the best schools in the east end of the city. There is an extensive park system along the waterfront with Kew Gardens extending up to Queen Street. Every July, the neighborhood hosts and celebrates the Beaches International Jazz Festival, drawing thousands to the area. Queen Street East is lined with quaint and quirky stores and a cool collection of bars and restaurants. If you are looking for a charming laid-back location with a vintage vibe, this is it!


The Kipling + Dundas area of Central Etobicoke is a lively community full of diversity and amenities. This community is the ideal place to live if you want to be in a progressive & vibrant neighbourhood just steps away from transit. There are major improvements underway in this area, the Kipling Station expands into an Anchor Hub with new MiWay bus service in addition to TTC and GO. Six Points Interchange improvements are also in the works. Thats not it! Dundas is transforming into an inviting new urban plaza with lanes for sunny bike rides, benches for chatting, parkettes for play as well as public art and local culture to enjoy.


Among the oldest of the lakeshore municipalities, Mimico’s architecture is characterized by traditional lakeside estates and bungalows, and low apartment buildings, though a slew of new high-rise condominiums have recently sprung up along Humber Bay. The main street, Lakeshore Boulevard West, is home to many delicatessen, independent stores and bakeries with a distinctly Eastern European vibe, and the township is known for its waterfront recreational facilities, such as the Mimico Cruising Club and the Humber Bay Sailing Centre. For nature lovers, Mimico Creek is dotted with picnic spots and walking trails. The area is well-connected by buses, streetcars, and the Mimico GO Station, and its relative proximity to downtown Toronto makes it an ideal location for those looking for a well-balanced pace between city life and suburban living.

Mount Pleasant West

A walkable neighbourhood scattered with parks, such as the June Rowlands Park, and the beautiful Mount Pleasant Cemetery to the south, Mount Pleasant West also features the intersection of Yonge and Eglinton and contains a plethora of independent shops and retail chains, restaurants, and offices, making it home to a prominently young and middle-aged population of working professionals. Downtown Toronto’s vibrant nightlife is easily accessible via a range of transit options (buses, and two subway stations), while no fewer than a dozen schools make the area an attractive prospect for young families.


Located west of Toronto and connected to the main city by the subway and GO transit system, Mississauga is a modern metropolis. Downtown Mississauga has something for everyone – it is home to Square One, one of the largest malls in Canada; nearby, Celebration Square hosts a variety of events year-round, from food festivals and cultural events to concerts and movie evenings in the summer and an ice rink in the winter; and the Living Arts Centre hosts performances by the Mississauga Symphony Orchestra. For those who prefer a slower pace, there are more idyllic neighbourhoods further west such as Streetsville and Meadowvale Village, and Port Credit which is along the lakeshore.


Nestled within the borders of the Don Valley and the Don River and linked to the main city by the Bloor Viaduct, the Danforth neighbourhood is perhaps best known as being the home of Toronto’s Greektown, though it also has Middle Eastern and Ethiopian cultural influences. In addition to the numerous restaurants, patios, bakeries, bars and gastropubs, the century-old Percy Waters Flower Market along Danforth Avenue, and the parks featuring ice rinks, tennis and volleyball courts, the Danforth Music Hall and the Coal Mine Theatre are among the top spots in the city for a night of live entertainment. The Danforth is the perfect neighbourhood for those looking to be part of a vibrant, multicultural community, and is serviced by the subway, multiple bus routes, and the Danforth GO Station.