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At the centre of three major Downtown Toronto neighbourhoods, this intersection is a popular meeting place for urbanites about to embark on a day of fun.

Bay & Wellington

Bay and Wellington intersection is at the apex of so many things that make Toronto great. It is central to some of the most recognizable landmarks in the GTA, as well as unbeatable local amenities.

The intersection represents the gradual toning down of the Financial District, as it transitions into the Entertainment District. It is close to the St. Lawrence neighbourhood too, which is an historic part of town that has been expertly preserved.

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Three Different Subway Stations All Within Reach

Condos on this junction have a Walkscore of 100/100. This indicates that residents don’t need a car to do their daily errands. It also has a perfect Transit Score of 100/100, which is unsurprising since it is in the centre of three subway stations. St. Andrew, Union, and King Stations are all within walking distance, and they connect to the Yonge/University subway line. There is also plenty of street level transit with buses that cruise down Bay Street, and street cars that careen down Wellington St. It’s a great starting point for drivers because they can swiftly connect to the Gardiner Expressway, and by extension the Don Valley Parkway. Together these highways connect the entire GTA.

Area Highlights

  • Catch a game at Scotiabank Arena or Rogers Centre
  • Only a short walk to Union Station
  • Short walk to 3 different subway stations
  • Close to TIFF Bell Lightbox Theatre

Surrounded By Some Of The Best Neighbourhoods

One of the best features of this intersection is its central location to some of the most recognizable landmarks Toronto has to offer. It is right next door to the Hockey Hall of Fame, which is one of the points of pride for the city. It draws in hockey fans from all over the world. These crossroads are also adjacent to the Fairmont Royal York, and it is the most historic hotel in the city. The Design Exchange is located on this corner as well. This is a museum that is dedicated to all things design including, clothing, appliances architecture, and more.

Of course, you can’t talk about landmarks without discussing the Entertainment District, which is the setting for the CN Tower. At the foot of this iconic landmark is the Rogers Centre - the home field for the Toronto Blue Jay. The Air Canada Centre is closeby as well, and this is the home of the Raptors and the Maple Leafs. These are great venues to cheer on your favourite sports teams.

This place is in the heart of Toronto’s urbanity, but it is home to one of the city’s most well known urban parks as well. Berczy Park is a popular meeting place for the area’s locals, and it is due to be redeveloped with a $7.2 million investment that will add trees, benches, and a garden. It has also brought a playfully designed fountain with statues of dogs surrounding it. It is fastly becoming a local favourite.

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This is a fun and vibrant intersection that is centrally located amongst some of the city’s most recognizable neighbourhoods.

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Enjoy Cuisines From All Over The World

This area is central to some of the best restaurants in the GTA. Duke of Devon and the Irish Embassy Pub and Grill are ideal for grabbing that post work pint, but there are more elegant choices too like Ki - a high-end Japanese restaurant, and Jump Fine Dining Restaurant. This is also the location of Canoe Restaurant & Bar, which is regularly regarded as one of the best places to eat in the entire country as it is commonly ranked among the top five nationwide.

This location is also close to the urban university campuses in Toronto. Ryerson University is a career oriented school, and its campus has grown throughout Downtown Toronto in recent years. They even acquired the hockey rink in Maple Leaf Gardens for their own team. It is only a 19 minute walk away. OCAD University is close too, and this is the country’s best and oldest arts and design school, and it is 20 minutes away on foot. The University of Toronto is the largest university in Canada, and it is accessible by subway after a 12 minute ride.

This is a fun and vibrant intersection that is centrally located amongst some of the city’s most recognizable neighbourhoods. The Financial District is a prime employment centre and is to the north, St. Lawrence is a renewed but preserved part of town to the west, and of course the Entertainment District to the south. There’s also the newly renovated Berczy Park that has the dog fountain that will soon be regarded as a Toronto landmark. If you find any condos in this neighbourhood, you should definitely invest.

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