Why We Love It
The Church-Yonge Corridor is one of Toronto’s most diverse neighbourhoods. There’s so much to do and see and here, from browsing the local shops on Church Street and taking a stroll through St. James Park, to visiting iconic attractions like the Eaton Centre and Dundas Square.
If you plan to be in Toronto in the summer, this neighbourhood is the heart of Pride Week. You can experience the concerts, parades, discussion panels, exhibits, and more during this week-long celebration.
There’s a wide variety of shops in the Church-Yonge Corridor, including high-end fashion stores on Bloor Street, trendy shops and restaurants on Church Street, and day-to-day retail shopping throughout the area. This central Toronto neighbourhood has everything you need with great proximity to restaurants, hotels, and theatres. If you are hungry, be sure to stop at the Loblaws and tour the Mattamy Athletic Centre in the former Maple Leaf Gardens.
With convenient access to bike lanes, traffic congestion control lanes on Jarvis, and great proximity to the Bloor-Danforth subway line, this neighbourhood is easy to explore and perfect for commuters.
Your neighbours will be a mix of singles and couples, university students, and Bay Street professionals. With a variety of rental apartments, condos, high-end condos and Victorian townhomes, the Church-Yonge Corridor attracts a truly diverse demographic.