Types Of Homes:
Beginning in the 1870s, Yorkville’s residential properties consisted primarily of Victorian-style detached and semi-detached homes. Many of those houses are now listed as heritage properties by the city of Toronto, and some have even been converted into commercial properties to maintain the neighbourhoods charm.
Condo And Loft Living:
Within Yorkville is some of the most prized luxury condos in all of Toronto, including the Four Seasons, 40 Hazelton, 133 Hazelton, Hazelton Private Residences, Museum House, One St. Thomas, One Bedford, The Prince Arthur, The Regency Yorkville, 100 Yorkville and Yorkville Plaza.
You Should See:
While in Yorkville, shopping isn’t the only thing to enjoy. For ancient artifacts and art pieces you can’t buy in store, visit the Royal Ontario Museum, or if footwear is your thing, walk down to Bloor Street and St. George Street to see the collection of the world’s largest collection of shoes.
Neighbourhood Hot Spots:
Along Bloor Street, between Yonge and Avenue, is the top destination for shoppers in Canada. The Mink Mile is the place to be for international high end brands like Gucci, Prada, Tiffany, plus small boutique stores, antique shops and art galleries.
The Bloor/Yonge and Bay subway stations are in walking distance, and the Don Valle Parkway is only 5 minutes away if you’re driving in. Although, I recommend walking through the neighbourhood so you don’t miss a thing.
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