The birth of Toronto (formerly York) happened in this very neighbourhood, Fort York in 1793. Since 1923, the Fort is designated as a National Historic Site of Canada. Fort York is situated right on Lake Ontario, with Coronation Park spanning through much of this neighbourhood, there’s also a lot of green space around the fort itself. For those who love the outdoors, there is no better place to call home. More neighbourhood information is provided below, but first check out our daily updated list of all the Fort York Condos for sale:
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In the past few years, major face lifts have taken place in this area – these former industrial lands are being developed into exciting quarters full of restaurants, cafes, and stores. Construction is set to continue with a number of new condos planned for completion in the next few years. Fort York is home to some of Toronto’s most iconic architecture – the best loft conversion (Tip Top sign visible from the Gardiner Expressway) is in this neighbourhood. Fort York has many unique features; the Toronto Islands, the exotic yacht clubs, and an airport - the Billy Bishop City Airport is located here. Walk along the Waterfront or dance the night away by heading just a few blocks up to King West.
Shopping, Dining, and Exploring:
The Queen's York Rangers Museum
HMCS York naval reserve
The Billi Bishop City Airport
Toronto Islands: Here you will get to see a tiny zoo, you can go kayaking, canooing, paddle boating, sun tanning, picnics, and restaurants
Garrison Common: A 3.3 hectare park located on Lake Shore Boulevard West and Strachan Avenue
The 511 Bathurst streetcar runs along all the way to The Ex in Liberty Village. If you are travelling by car, the Gardiner Expressway and Lake Shore Blvd is nearby connecting upi the east and west end of the city and beyond.