The Core - South Core
The South Core is the area just south of the Union Station, east of the Rogers Center, and north of Lake Ontario! Living in this region, everything is at your front door. Many compare this location to New York’s and London’s SoHo districts, but Toronto’s South Core has so much more to offer – it has that seaside resort town feel! The South Core has set the standard for Toronto’s future development. More neighbourhood information is provided below, but first check out our daily updated list of all the South Core Condos for sale:
Just a few decades ago the South Core was unusable land, due to its designation as rail land. The expansion of the Union Station and the development of the subterranean PATH system has enabled this area to transform into so much more – the shift from a vehicular to a pedestrian focus gave rise to the construction of many condo buildings, creating a new dynamic between office and condo towers. This location definitely meets the needs and wants of the new cultural paradigm unfolding – everyone living here has enough time for work and play, the office and home are within a few minutes’ walk. The entertainment options are endless, from shopping, dancing, fine dining to the outdoors. Wander along the boardwalk, or have a picnic in one of the many parks. Do something different, and hop on one of the farriers or boats, and go fishing, sightseeing, or even dining – how romantic! Fill your evening up with watching a professional sports game or a live concert at the Air Canada Centre or the Rogers Centre, after have a hearty meal at the Real Sports Bar and Grill and walk home to your condo in the sky.
Shopping, Dining, and Exploring:
Real Sports Bar and Grill: The #1 sports bar in North America as voted by ESPN. Offering over 40 beer selections and award winning wings, and mouth-watering burgers
The Rogers Center: If you're a baseball fan, there is no better place to be, support your favorite baseball tem, The Toronto Blue Jays
The Air Canada Center: Expereince a live basketball game and support the Raptors, it's so much more than a basketball game! If you're more into winter sports, come see the Toronto Maple Leafs!
Taverna Mercatto: Steps away from the ACC, great food, atmosphere, and service! As a recmmendation, try the Margheritta Pizza!
Roundhouse Park: Large, 17 acre park featuring the John Street Roundhouse, a preserved locomotive rounhouse which is home to the Toronto's Railway Museum
Toronto Islands: Hop on the fairy and go explore the Toronto Islands!
The Queens Quay street car services all of the waterfront condos and if f you're going further the Union Station is steps away, you also have access to the rest of the TTC. If traveling by car the Gardiner Expressway is at your doorstep connecting you to all of Toronto's major highways.