Yonge Bloor

At Yonge and Bloor you will have the best of downtown living; excellent universities, luxury shopping, major hospitals, and high-end dining. Yonge Bloor is the unofficial dividing line between downtown and midtown Toronto. Toronto’s subway lines intersect at this point, making Yonge Bloor the busiest intersection in the city. More neighbourhood information is provided below, but first check out our daily updated list of all the Yonge Bloor Condos for sale:

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CENTURY 21 KING`S QUAY REAL ESTATE INC., BROKERAGEttttt 300 Bloor St E, Toronto
Here you will find a wide range of fast food restaurants, pubs, and late night food spots. Currently this location is home to 38 condos and construction is not stopping. Toronto’s biggest mixed-used condo building proposal is underway – this condo would be Toronto’s tallest building standing at 80 stories high. Yonge and Bloor is the hub of activity, there is always something to do here. Just north of this intersection is Yorkville with some of the most luxurious boutiques. Restaurants and coffee shops line the streets, and during the cold winter months the fun doesn’t stop – with access to the PATH you can get to anywhere in the city without having to step outside. Movie buffs don’t need to go far, the Varsity Theatre is steps away.
 
Shopping, Dining, and Exploring:
Aji Sai: One of the best sushi spots

Jack Astor's: Enjoy great food, drinks, and atmosphere at this retaurant chain

Starbucks: This Starbucks is spsecial in its design, open the wooden door and you will feel as if you've transported back in time to the art deco period. The insipration to this design pays tribute to the location's history.

Parks:

The Village of Yorkville Park: Originally a parking lot converted into a neighbourhood park, designed witl elements taken from Yorkville's history and Canada's diverse geographical landscape.

Getting Around:

This is a main transit hub with transportation options, the Yonge-Univeristy-Spadina subway meets the Bloor-Danforth line and there are many bus routes.  If travelling by car, the DVP is nearby connecting you to the rest of the city.