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This intersection is the gateway between two of Toronto’s most storied neighbourhoods. It is surrounded by towering skyscrapers and historic lofts, with plenty of amenities in between.

Yonge and King Intersection

This downtown intersection is the dividing line between two historic - but very different Toronto neighbourhoods. The Financial District is characterized by towering skyscrapers and numerous corporate headquarters. St. Lawrence is in the midst of a revival with multiple lofts and condos being built in Victorian industrial spaces. The area has plenty of local amenities that makes it a fantastic place to live, and invest.

Yonge and King intersection is close to some of Toronto’s best entertainment options. The Scotiabank Arena, Rogers Centre, CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, and the Hockey Hall of Fame are all within a 20 minute walk from here, so you’ll never run out of thing to do!

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Able To Get Anywhere

This intersection has a Walkscore of 100/100, which indicates that all daily chores can be carried out without the use of a car. It also has a Transit Score of 100/100. The Transit Score is influenced by King Station on this corner, which connects to the Yonge/University subway line. This subway line encircles the Financial District, and it’s able to change to the Bloor/Danforth line. King Street also has numerous streetcar lines that can take you where you need to be.

Area Highlights

  • The St. Lawrence neighbourhood is one of the best preserved parts of the city
  • The Financial District is one of the best employment centres in the country
  • The Entertainment District has all sorts of fun at your fingertips
  • Location of King Station

Close To Some Of The City’s Most Sought After Neighbourhoods

You’ll be able to find everything in the intersection’s surrounding region. A Shoppers Drug Mart, Winners, Staples Office Supplies, and multiple banks can be found within a one block radius, and three grocery stores are within walking distance. There’s no shortage of restaurants either, with pubs, cafes, fast food spots, fine dining restaurants, and much more in the area. One of the highlights is the local breakfast restaurant Le Petit Dejeuner, which often sees lineups out the door on weekends.

The George Brown St. James Campus is just an 8 minute walk away from this junction. This campus is home to the college’s financial services school, creative arts school, business administration school, and its Centre of Hospitality and Culinary Arts. Ryerson University is also within walking distance at only 15 minutes away, and thanks to King Station, the University of Toronto’s St. George campus is also accessible from here. OCAD University is closeby too. Canada’s oldest and most renowned arts and design school is only a 20 minute walk away. This location is great for students who are looking to rent condo apartments close to any of these schools.

King and Yonge is one of the most colourful and historic intersections in the GTA.

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Have Fun In The Entertainment District

The St. Lawrence Market is also nearby. This is the preeminent farmer’s market in the city. Throughout the week, this is the best place to get international food like cheese, cured meats, and olives, and on Saturdays farmers from across Southern Ontario travel here to sell their freshly picked crops. There’s no better place to buy food in the whole city.

This intersection is only two blocks away is the St. James Cathedral. Once upon a time, at 92.9 meters high, this was the tallest structure in Canada, and while that obviously isn’t true anymore, it stands as a testament to the foundation of Toronto. The adjacently located St. James Park is one of the most well tended public spaces in the entire city. In the summertime, it sees freshly planted flowers in its gardens, and this is a popular place to take a walk, read a book, or take your wedding photo.

While the Financial District is one of the major employment centres in the city, the St. Lawrence neighbourhood is one of one of the most sought after a well preserved areas in the city. It has managed to hold onto its Victorian heritage by revitalizing the buildings into beautiful condos and live/work lofts. It is certainly one of the most striking regions in town.

King and Yonge is one of the most colourful and historic intersections in the GTA. It is perfectly situated in between some of Toronto’s most prominent landmarks like the CN Tower, Rogers Centre, St. Lawrence Market, St. James Cathedral, and even the Eaton Centre. With all of these great institutions nearby, it’s no wonder why there are so many local amenities and restaurants in the area. Condos here are some of the most coveted pieces of property in the whole city, so you shouldn’t pass up the opportunity to invest here while you can.

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