Fort York, Toronto
Fort York is where the old and new collide. Indeed one of the oldest historic areas in Toronto (first plotted in 1793), it’s also one of the newest neighbourhoods in the city, and one of the most sought-after destinations for condo buyers.
Named after the adjacent Fort York, a National Historic Site that is home to the largest group of War of 1812 period buildings in Canada, the Fort York neighbourhood is also home to a handful of new condo buildings, mixed low-rise and high-rise that offer both city and lake views (for location see map below).

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Bordered on the east by Bathurst Street, to the north by the CP/CN railway corridor and to the south by Lakeshore Boulevard, the historic Fort buildings also remain in this location along with a visitor’s centre and museum.
In a neighbourhood for those who want a piece of the busy city just for themselves, Fort York is very easy to get around and there’s plenty of shopping on King Street and at Queen’s Quay. In addition, the neighbourhood is close to the Entertainment District, the waterfront, trails, parks including Coronation Park and the Canadian National Exhibition grounds.
Even closer is Garrison Common, an event space that hosts various art festivals through the year. The Fort grounds and surrounding areas also bring a welcome breath of green space into the neighbourhood, and links to the Martin Goodman Trail, a 56-kilometre trail along Lake Ontario perfect for cyclists and walking the family dog.
Walking, cycling and transit are all possible ways to get around in Fort York, with both Lakeshore Boulevard and the Gardiner easily accessible to motorists.

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Walk Score: 77
Transit Score: 100
Bike Score: 100