The Bay Street Corridor is one of Toronto’s most densely populated neighborhoods. Many people flock to this very area as this neighborhood is truly at the center of it all – you are foot steps away from the Discovery District, the Hospital District, Toronto City Hall, Ryerson University, University of Toronto, and downtown Yonge Street. More neighbourhood information is provided below, but first check out our daily updated list of all the Bay Street Corridor Condos for sale:
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The proximity of Bay Street to Toronto’s major districts is this neighborhood’s key advantage. Bay Street has evolved into a prime condo market, this area attracts both international and local investors. Bay Street started to emerge as a condo market nearly twenty years ago, but the majority of the condo buildings were built in the last ten years. Bay Street is known for its luxurious condos – most of the buildings have 24 hour concierge service with top of the line amenities. Some of the most popular Bay Street condo buildings among many others include; Murano and Burano condos, Lumiere condos, the Residences at College Park, Opera Place condos, and the recently built Karma and U condos. Bay street is home to many working professionals and students giving this neighborhood that energetic feel. Living in this area, you will soon come to realize that the attractions are endless, some of the must sees include:
Shopping, Dining, and Exploring:
College Park complex – Here you’ll find some of the finest retail in town from cafes, restaurants to boutiques
The Eaton’s Centre – Canada’s third largest mall with top of the line stores
Old City Hall – One of Toronto’s most prominent structures
Nathan Phillips Square – The best skating spot in Toronto
Grange Park: A prominent well ued park featuring a wading pool, children's playground, and numerous trees and walkways
Queens Park – Get away from The Bay hustle and bustle in this quiet respite. Join the yoga and pliates sessions taking place in this very park!
This area is well serviced by public transit. Streetcar lines run along College Street, Dundas Street West, and Queen Street West. The Bay subway station on the Bloor-Danforth line is within walking distance as are the Dundas, College, Wellesley, St. George and Queen’s Park subway stations on the Bloor-Danforth line. If you’re traveling by means of car you’ll be happy to know that every Bay Street corridor condo has parking, and the Gardiner Expressway is minutes away.