Cityplace

CityPlace, is one of Toronto’s largest planned communities, this is the stretch of former railway land between Bathurst and Rees St. south of Front Street. New condos are going up all the time in this neighbourhood, but there is also plenty of parkland for recreational use, as well as many indoor recreational facilities.  More neighbourhood information is provided below, but first check out our daily updated list of all the CityPlace Condos for sale:

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The new condo developments have given CityPlace a whole new feel. Along with the condos came restaurants, grocery stores, small businesses and dental offices not previously available for those residing south of Front St. Living in this area you are within walking distance to the financial core, and the Union Station. In CityPlace, there is always something to do; the Scotiabank Theatre, featuring 3D and IMAX films is just up towards Richmond Street West and John Street, the city’s hottest night clubs are a just a few blocks away, if you are looking for a quieter, there is a huge multi-level Chapter’s book store on this corner. Spend your mornings strolling through parks – half of the CityPlace is devoted to green space. If you want to get away from it all you are a short ferry ride from 230 hectares of remarkable park land on the Toronto Islands.

Shopping, Dining, and Exploring:

Blowfish: Great sushi

Jalapenos: The best Mexican food

Kit Kat: Italian specialty dishes

Craft Burger: This is the gourmet version of the popular favorite

Parks:

Canoe Landing Park: Thi is an 8 acre urban park, adjacent to the Gardiner Expressway

Roundhose Park: Located just south of the Rogers Centre on Bremner Blvd. Lovely park to take your dog for a walk and enjoy fantastic city views

Toronto Islands: Here you will get to see a tiny zoo, you can go kayaking, canooing, paddle boating, sun tanning, picnics, and many restaurants to choose from

Getting Around:

The 510 Spadina and the 511 Bathurst streetcars go through CityPlace, if you are heading north you can take the Bloor-Danforth Subway or if you are going even further the Union Station is a walk away. If you are travelling by car the Spadina on ramp to the Gardiner Expressway is right in the middle of this downtown neighbourhood.