Church-Yonge Corridor, Toronto
The Church-Yonge Corridor extends north to Bloor Street, south to the Front Street, and east to Parliament Street (see map below).

This long strip of neighbourhood in downtown Toronto is lively and full of character, and is home to a complete mix of people of differing ethnic backgrounds, ages and socioeconomic status.
Singles, couples, families, students and professionals all make their homes here, and there’s no shortage of things to do no matter who you are with Yorkville, the Discovery District, Church and Wellesley, the University of Toronto, Ryerson University very close by.

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The Church and Wellesley area, a hub for Toronto’s LGBT community, is centrally located within the Corridor, which is also home to a number of green spaces, shopping, restaurants and landmarks, including Allan Gardens, College Park, the Church Street Diner, Massey Hall, Elgin theatre, St James Park and Cawthra Square.
Condo buyers here are sure to find a neighourhood with plenty of charm and character, and there are a variety of buildings to suit any lifestyle from including both high- and low-rise condo buildings.
The Celebrate Yonge initiative has encouraged the area to become more pedestrian-friendly, while the Church-Yonge Corridor is heavily serviced by public transit with busses, streetcars and subway routes on both the Yonge-University-Spadina line and the Bloor-Danforth line.
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Walk Score: 98
Transit Score: 99
Bike Score: 99