TORONTO The largest city in Canada is also home to the most complex and dynamic real estate market. Our team of over 180 GTA real estate agents are knowledgeable negotiators who specialize in the finest neighbourhoods in central Toronto. Toronto Neighbourhoods Allenby The majority of Allenby homes are built in the Tudor style of the 1930’s and 1940’s, with a typical side hall design and solid brick construction. A mix of detached one and two-storey homes with slightly larger than average lot sizes (25-30 ft frontage) make them a popular choice for growing families. Read more about Allenby. Bedford Park Bedford Park is a true residential neighbourhood, with charming tree-lined streets running east and west from bustling upper Yonge Street. A mix of detached and semi-detached homes characterize the area, with most having been built between the years of 1890 and 1940. Read more about Bedford Park. Cabbagetown The charming neighbourhood of Cabbagetown is currently one of the hottest residential areas in downtown Toronto. Boasting “the largest continuous area of preserved Victorian housing in all of North America” by the Cabbagetown Preservation Association, the residents of this eastern enclave are down-to-earth city dwellers with a real sense of community spirit. Read more about Cabbagetown. Davisville Also known as Davisville Village, this neighbourhood rests just south of Yonge-Eglinton. Fairly densely populated with residential homes and office buildings, it is an excellent choice for young families and professionals. Read more about Davisville Village. Deer Park Homes in Deer Park are a mix of detached and semi-detached, Tudor-style construction, in keeping with surrounding mid and uptown architecture of Toronto’s building boom. A bustling urban centre, Deer Park is also home to a large amount of new townhouses that blend beautifully with the older properties in the area. Read more about Deer Park. Forest Hill One of Toronto’s most affluent communities, Forest Hill features large lots on tree-lined avenues. ‘South Hill’ is typically the home of mature residents, while ‘The Upper village’ is made up of young families. The proximity to midtown and downtown conveniences makes this a very desirable neighbourhood. Read more about Forest Hill. Hoggs Hollow Set in a lush landscape, relatively close to its natural state, the hills and dales of Hoggs Hollow provide detached two and three-storey properties with private lots and breathtaking ravine and downtown skyline views. Read more about Hoggs Hollow. Lawrence Park Touted as the wealthiest neighbourhood in all of Canada, Lawrence Park is the most family-friendly of the affluent Toronto communities. Defined by mature homes and large lots set back from the street, this quiet area offers many charming parks and green spaces. Read more about Lawrence Park. Leaside Thanks to expansion in the GTA, Leaside has become a prime family area in midtown Toronto. The neighbourhood is predominantly made up of mid to large sized detached homes. Steeped in history and a sense of community, Leaside homeowners are close to shops, parks, and transit. Read more about Leaside. Leslieville The quiet east-end neighbourhood of Leslieville has seen a surge in interest among Torontonians with trendy restaurants and boutiques setting up shop along Queen Street East. Featuring some of the city’s oldest homes, newer construction and renovations along with central city conveniences is making Leslieville an enticing area for young families and professionals alike. Read more about Leslieville. Liberty Village / King West The area surrounding King Street West, or “King West” is where residential, retail, and commercial meet in one exciting and convenient location. Defined by newer mid and high-rise condos, chic advertising offices, local cafes, hot restaurants, and the city’s best nightlife, King West is the spot for the young professional seeking all the vibrancy of Toronto’s downtown core. Read more about Liberty Village. Lytton Park The western neighbour to Lawrence Park, Lytton Park is similarly characterized by its family-friendly atmosphere and tree-lined streets. Offering a mix of larger homes, semis and low-rise apartments, Lytton Park has the benefit of great schools, a fantastic location while home prices remain fractionally lower than in Lawrence Park. Read more about Lytton Park. Moore Park Running just north and south of St. Clair Avenue East, Moore Park is bordered by two of the most picturesque natural features in the centre of the city: Rosedale ravine and Moore Park ravine. Originally marketed to the affluent community seeking property in and around Rosedale, Moore Park was and continues to be one of the most desirable neighbourhoods in Toronto, with excellent schools and quiet avenues. Read more about Moore Park. North York North York is a term generally applied to the area north of Lawrence Avenue (including the neighbourhoods of Hogg’s Hollow, York Mills, Willowdale, Lawrence Heights, and Bayview Village). A mix of townhomes, semis, detached homes, and low to mid-rise condos make the mix of communities in the north end of the city the perfect choice for this diverse cross-section of homeowners. Riverdale Lying just east of the Don River Valley (hence the name), Riverdale is a thriving residential community made up primarily of Victorian and Edwardian homes. A popular choice for both young families and young professionals, the diverse downtown community is seeing a rise in housing value as retail and real estate development transform the area. Read more about Riverdale. Rosedale One of the oldest suburbs of downtown Toronto, Rosedale is one of the wealthiest and highly priced neighbourhoods in the country. Built among three ravines, and parklands, convoluted routes mean less vehicle traffic than other areas of the city. Rosedale is ideally located just a few minutes from the high-end shopping and restaurants of Yorkville. Read more about Rosedale. South Hill The grand brick and stone homes of Forest Hill spill in to South Hill, and lot sizes tend to grow somewhat as a result. Homes on the crest of the hill enjoy unparalleled views of the downtown city skyline, and Lake Ontario beyond on the clearest of days. Read more about South Hill. Summerhill Defined by the CPR tracks and the old train station-turned-LCBO, the area of Summerhill takes up a relatively small amount of land for a neighbourhood with such a strong reputation. As next-door neighbour to tony Rosedale, Summerhill is home to some of the city’s most affluent homeowners. Read more about Summerhill. The Bridle Path Home to many prominent Torontonians, the Bridle Path was originally envisioned as an exclusive collection of estate homes. Quickly expanding the area east of Bayview Avenue, the large homes and properties provide plenty of privacy with an average two to four acres of land. Read more about The Bridle Path. The Annex Bordering both Yorkville and the University of Toronto campus, The Annex neighbourhood is know for its large redbrick Victorian and Edwardian homes. A quirky mix of fraternity houses and multi-million dollar properties owned by some of the city’s most prominent figures, The Annex is a leafy oasis within the south midtown action of Bloor Street. Read more about The Annex. Trinity Bellwoods / Queen West The larger area dubbed “Queen West” is made up of a series of small communities lining the eclectic shops, galleries, cafes, and restaurants of Queen Street West. Popular Trinity-Bellwoods park is a welcome green space in the midst of downtown Toronto. A healthy mix of trendy young families, students, and professionals reside in this faintly bohemian neighbourhood. Read more about Trinity Bellwoods. Yonge-Eglinton With development concentrated around Eglinton subway station, this area is a mixed residential and commercial-use community with single-family homes, high-rise condos and retailers living harmoniously. The uptown charm with easy downtown accessibility makes Yonge-Eglinton a popular choice for young professionals. Read more about Yonge-Eglinton. Yorkville In the heart of midtown Toronto, Yorkville is one of Canada’s most exclusive shopping districts, with luxury condos and townhomes just steps from upscale restaurants, designer boutiques, and some of the city’s best cultural sites. Read more about Yorkville.