It is hard to believe that Yorkville was actually a former village. In the 1880s the village had a hard time delivering services to its growing population and shortly after it got annexed by the City of Toronto! Today, Yorkville is one of Toronto’s most prestige locations with some of the top condominiums that Toronto has to offer – many start at over one million dollars. Popular condominiums include; Hazelton Lanes, The Hazelton Hotel & Residences, Winsdor Arms, One St. Thomas, 10 Bellair, Renasissance Plaza, and The Prince Arthur. More neighbourhood information is provided below, but first check out our daily updated list of all the Yorkville Condos for sale:

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Toronto is facing a condominium boom and this is most felt in Yorkville. The luxury real estate market that Yorkville has to offer is attractive to international investors but there is also many Canadian buyers from the neighboring suburban communities. Many choose Yorkville for its vibrant feel. There is the feeling that this neighborhood never sleeps after all it is hard to resist its many attractions - four star hotels, gourmet restaurants, theaters, and exclusive shopping districts. There a variety of condos to choose from; older versus newer buildings and with that comes a variety of choices in terms of amenities, space, and maintenance fees. Newer buildings will have more amenities, fancier finishes, higher ceilings, and a smaller Sq. footage. Yorkville is a people friendly place, you will never be bored, there are numerous year-round street fairs and festivals to attend, many galleries and museums to visit, and so much more that Yorkville has to offer:

Shopping, Dining and Exploring:
The Hazelton Lanes shopping centre: Here you will find over 100 exclusive shops and restaurants

Restaurants: On a beautiful sunny day come and enjoy at the One, or Sassafraz

Bars: Hemingway’s, and The Pilot

Museums: The George R. Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, the Royal Ontario Museum, and the McLaughlin Planetarium are within walking distance

Ramsden Park: This large city park includes four tennis courts, an artificial ice rink, a children's playground, and a wading pool.

Getting Around:
Yorkville is situated between The Annex and Yonge and Bloor meaning there are endless transit options and you have access to both the Bloor-Danforth line and the Yonge-University-Spadina line.