U of T-Annex

The Annex holds a special spot in Toronto’s history. The Annex was home to some of Toronto’s founders, from Timothy Eaton to George Gooderham. Today the Annex is home to many university students. There is a vibrant feel to this neighbourhood, its wide, tree lined streets are filled with amazing restaurants, galleries, and shops. More neighbourhood information is provided below, but first check out our daily updated list of all the Annex Condos for sale:

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ROYAL LEPAGE REAL ESTATE SERVICES LTD., BROKERAGEttttt 113 Dupont St, Toronto
This neighbourhood has a lot of potential, the University of Toronto (named the 24th best university in the world) is nearby which has attracted and will continue to attract the world’s top talent.  However, unlike Toronto’s core where high rises are rapidly replacing vacant lots, the Annex is experiencing more incremental growth in an effort to preserve the social and architectural character of this established neighbourhood. Although the Annex architectural projects are not the tallest they will have a significant impact on their surroundings. Currently, near the Mansouri’s Perry Condos, excavation is nearing completion. This will be an 11-storey mid-rise building which will add 45 luxury boutique condos on a quiet side street in the north Annex. This area is filled with museums, parketts, and cuisine from all over the world.

Shopping, Dining, and Exploring:

The ROM: the largest and most popular of the many museums in the Annex. There are always exhibits to be seen here and a number of evening events

Kensington Market: This is a food and clothing market, with amazing fresh produce, restaurants and more

Sushi on Bloor: This is one of the most loved places to get sushi, this place also serves California rolls and bento boxes.

Parks:

Queen's park: Take a walk or have a game of frizbee, this is a great place to spend that lazy sunny Sunday afternoon

Getting Around:

Although most people walk to their destinations in this neighbourhood, the TTC is still prominent with streetcar routes on Spadina and College, giving access to the Bloor-Danforth Subway line and the rest of the city. If you're driving, the Gardiner Expressway is easily acessible from Spadina or the DVP.