Why Consider a Condo
in North York?
North York is the hub of northern Toronto.
The Yonge / Sheppard and Yonge / Finch
corridor is quickly becoming the hottest
spot to live and work without the hustle
and bustle of Toronto’s downtown core,
but with all the amenities like
shopping, restaurants, cinemas, and live
in North York provides quick and easy
access to Toronto’s transportation
system, including the 401, 404, and
subway transit to downtown Toronto.
The area is home to a few Canadian head
offices, including Xerox, Proctor &
Gamble, Nestle, Lindt, and Equifax, and
also many malls such as Yorkdale,
Fairview, Bayview Village, and the
would say that living in the Yonge /
Sheppard and Yonge / Finch area is akin
to the allure that downtown condo buyers
have with Yorkville. Others would say
that it’s just a great neighbourhood.
Where Should I Buy a Condo North York?
North York with
its population of over 650,00 is a
culturally diverse metropolis of
Ontario. People from all over the world
have settled in North York including the
Chinese, Filipinos, Arabs, Jews, Latin
Americans and Asians of all origins.
With North York being such a
mixed quilt work of different cultures
it can be difficult to decide which part
of the metropolis to buy a condo,
but here are a few suggestions:
If you are young, a student or just like
that kind of lifestyle, then York
University Heights, around York
University is one of the best areas for
you. This are can be found on Yonge and
The best area for young professionals is
the trendy area in North York known as
Willowdale again on Yonge and Sheppard.
There are great shopping areas,
restaurants, movie theatres, a café
culture and numerous subways.
Families may be more comfortable in one
of the many surburbia neighbourhoods in
North York. The high end areas are York
Mills, Dublin Heights and Bayview.
Middle income areas are Victoria Park
Village, Emery and Don Mills. Blue
collar areas are Don Valley Village,
Yorkdale and Jane and Finch.
Dublin Heights for example is a mostly
Jewish area with many synagogues dotted
amongst the parks, playgrounds and
shopping centres. The major shopping
center of Yorkdale is just due south.
Victoria Park Village is a quiet
neighbourhood between Lawrence and
Eglinton and adjacent to the
conservation area of East Don River
Don Valley Village straddles the Don
Valley and Highway 404. It is home to
many new home to the large Fairview Mall
which includes a large multiplex.
Yonge Street, the longest street in the
world, is the home to the Central
Business District. There are numerous
skyscrapers that are home to many well
known international companies. The Civic
Centre is home to Mel Lastman Square,
The Toronto Centre for the Arts and
numerous movie theatres.
West of Yonge Street is Earl Bales Park,
which straddles the West Don River.
Within the park is an outdoor
amphitheatre and ski slope.
The Ontario Science Centre ,with its
stunning views over Ernest Seton Park
exhibits many hands-on science and
Sunnybrook Park is the major
recreational park of North York and is
the home of the Metro Police Riding
Stables. In Edwards Gardens you will
find the Toronto Botanical Gardens.
So you have a great choice of
North York Condos, you just have
to choose the lifestyle that you wish to
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