Bordered at the north end by Bloor Street and at the south end by Front Street, residents are close to everything they need when it comes to shopping and entertainment, with over 1,000 restaurants, bars and cafes in the Bay Street Corridor alone.
This densely populated area in the downtown core is known for being the hub of the fast-paced Toronto Financial District, but it’s also only a short walk to a number of desirable downtown areas including downtown Yonge Street, Ryerson University, the University of Toronto and Toronto City Hall.
Notably, the Bay Street Corridor is also the absolute most walkable neighbourhood in the city of Toronto and has a transit score of 100 thanks to close streetcar routes and subway lines, along with access to Toronto’s underground pedestrian shopping network, PATH. If you’re looking for comfortable living, the hustle and bustle or downtown and plenty of things to see, eat and do, you’re likely to find it – and within walking distance, too.
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Walk Score: 100
Transit Score: 100
Bike Score: 67