The Yorkville neighbourhood is Canada’s ultimate in glamour and is arguably the most upscale condominium area in Toronto. If you want the best that the city has to offer, this is where to find it.
As an associate of mine put it: “I just seem to walk taller and have better posture when I’m in Yorkville”.
Yorkville is home to the best in fashion, design, and a seemingly unending number of high end exclusive shops, restaurants and art galleries. Yorkville seems to be the canvas of architects competing for acclaim in the city with each subsequent building rivaling the last for the most exceptional architecture. It also offers some of the worlds finest hotels and residences as Yorkville is Toronto’s center of style and charm.
Yorkville is also known for the best place in the city to star gaze during TIFF.
The area is exclusively condominiums with a smattering of very exclusive townhouses and houses on the few side streets.
Yorkville is bounded on the west by St. George Street, and Church Street on the East. The north end goes to Dupont Street and the South to Charles Street W.
The Area is within walking distance of the Yonge and Bloor subway in addition to having the Bay subway station in its midst. The Museum subway station located at University Avenue and Avenue Rd. also services the area. There is also an Avenue Road bus.
Taxis are plentiful as they serve the numerous hotels and clubs as well as residences in the area.
McDonald International academy
920 Yonge Street. – (416) 322-1502
Jesse Ketchum Public School
61 Davenport Road – (416) 393-1530
35 Prince Arthur Avenue – (416) 323-3243
Huron Junior Elementary School
541 Huron Street – (416) 393-1570
88 Prince Arthur Avenue – (416) 944-0661
University of Toronto School
371 Bloor Street West – (416) 946-7995
Downtown Jewish Day School
750 Spadina Avenue – (416) 928-3537