Toronto’s popular St. Lawrence neighborhood was once upon a time an industrial area. By the 1960s, the industrial uses of the area declined and in the 1970s it was decided to turn the region into a new residential neighborhood. Most of the developments were not complete until the mid 1990s and ever since the St. Lawrence neighborhood has been acclaimed as a major success in urban planning – St. Lawrence has become the design and planning standard for new urban communities across North America! More neighbourhood information is provided below, but first check out our daily updated list of all the St. Lawrence Market Condos for sale:

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Today St. Lawrence is home to a great mix of old and new condo and loft buildings such as the Olde York, New Time Square, 88 Scott and The Berczy. There are many more condos under construction which will only add more diversity to the old world charm that this neighborhood possesses. St. Lawrence has received international recognition, the National Geographic has named the St. Lawrence Market as the world’s No 1 food market! This area has a lot more to offer:

Shopping, Dining and Exploring:
Shop and eat fresh at the Farmer’s market every Saturday

Find unique deco. pieces at the Antique market every Sunday

Shop and dine in the Historic Distillery District nearby


Take a stroll through the Berczy Park. If you have a dog it’s dog heaven at the dog fountain!

David Crombie Park or better known as The Esplanade Oasis is well used by locals. Join in on the fun by making use of all that this park has to offer – fountain,
basketball court, large playground, little stage, murals, gardens, wading pool, and a café.

Getting Around:
Living in the St. Lawrence area you are close to everything, in fact public transportation is the least of your worries as this area is well connected – the 504 King Streetcar passes throughout the entire neighborhood and connects to the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line and the Bloor-Danforth line. The Gardiner Expressway is easily accessible off of Jarvis St.