Finding condos and homes for sale in Downtown Toronto means you’ll always be near the action! Toronto is a city of festivals with the Toronto Fringe Festival in July, The International Documentary Festival in April, The Toronto International Film Festival in August and September, The International Festival of Authors in October, and the Next Stage Theatre Festival in January, to name a few.
Houses for sale in Downtown Toronto also allow fast access to family fun! Downtown neighbourhoods has many choices of theatrical performances to choose from as well as sports outings. Choose from a slew of Downtown Toronto apartments that allow you and your family to venture to the Harbourfront and practice your paddleboarding as you take in the city’s picturesque skyline featuring the iconic CN Tower.
Whether you’re looking for a 1, 2, or 3-bedroom apartment in Downtown Toronto, the Annex is the perfect place to be situated for classes. Pursue sculpture making at the Gardiner Museum or continuing education at the University of Toronto among a cornucopia of other educational establishments in the area. The Annex is also a neigbourhood of older mansions and converted condominiums, with parks and tree-lined streets. Downtown Toronto apartments are a sound choice if you want to save time in your everyday life.
If you want a taste of the old country, Susan will help you locate condos for sale in Downtown Toronto near the traditional Italian cafés with social groups discussing the latest in politics or soccer. Little Italy Palmerston also have trendy restaurants, pool halls, and bars. Browse through Liberty Village for a quiet atmosphere among the condos for sale in Downtown Toronto. Just south is the Canadian National Exhibition with carnival-styled activities for all ages the end of August, signalling the end of summer and start of the school year.
Living in a studio apartment in Downtown Toronto would provide so many added conveniences year-round. Search for unique finds and bargains at the Kensington Market next door to Trinity Bellwoods. Take a tour of the many eclectic restaurants at Dundas Street West and Ossington Avenue while being entertained by live street performances. Houses for sale in Downtown Toronto mean that you and your family will be able to experience a European-styled Christmas market in the Distillery District, complete with a 55-foot tree, costumed carolers, mulled wine, and many other treats straight from a Dickens’ novel.
Pick a place close to the water for relaxation and natural spaces, or head west to an older area rich with history. Be right in the middle of people and events with immediate access to a variety of amenities.
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If you find that Downtown is not the area you want after all, check out Susan’s other areas, such as North York, Midtown, or North Toronto.