The Annex

The Annex is one of Toronto's most prominent neighborhoods, and it takes the number one spot as Tronto's most heteregeneous community – it has varied mix of residents, architesture styles and ammenities. More neighbourhood information is provided below, but first check out our daily updated list of all the homes for sale in The Annex:

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The Annex has that cool, vibrant, retro feel to it. This neighborhood is always busy, with the proximity of the University of Toronto the streets are filled with students, business people and prominent artists. You will find many restaurants, bars, and nightclubs in The Annex.
Real Estate: 

The Annex contains many old, large houses which have been converted to multi-unit residences. However, in the recent years this neighborhood is seeing a shift towards its prominent historic roots – now the multi-unit homes are being renovated back into single family houses. According to the most recent TREB stats, when comparing the third quarter of 2015 with the third quarter of 2014 the average price of homes has increased by 2.65% from $1,185,959 in 2014, to $1,217,414, and the days on market has decreased by 1 day, from 32 to 31.
Shopping, Dining, and Exploring:

Most of the shopping and dining in this area is done on Bloor Street – here you will find a mix of antique store, book stores, travel agencies, outdoor cafes, and restaurants. Be sure to check out:
Mirvish Village: In this shopping district you will find one-of-a-kind specialty stores.

Escape from The Annex’s hustle and bustle by embracing the outdoors in a more peaceful setting by visiting:
Taddle Creek Park: A small but busy park, with a kids play area, benches and lots of open space. If your weekend is cut short this is a lovely place for a family picnic.
Recreation Centers:

The Annex has a lot to offer in terms of recreation, whether you are a fitness junkie or a book worm there is a lot to explore at the following centers:
University of Toronto Athletic Centre
Jewish Community Centre
The Native Canadian Centre of Toronto
Public transportation:

By Bus: Bus service operate on Avenue Road, Spadina Road, Dupont Street, Davenport Street, and northward on Bathurst Street

By Street Car: Streetcar services run south from Bathurst and Spadina stations

By Subway: Subway stations as Bathurst, Dupont, St. George, and Spadina