Just a few minutes west of St. Patrick subway station, The Bread Company Condos will be found in a charming neighbourhood close to the intersection of University and Dundas.
This area, sometimes called the Grange, is home to the Art Gallery of Ontario, a Toronto institution, and a massive cultural draw. With exhibits throughout the year, and upcoming shows featuring artists like Diane Arbus, Picasso, and Andy Warhol, the AGO is a fantastic place to spend an afternoon. Walk around the many beautiful halls and galleries within this iconic museum designed by Frank Gehry, and spend the day getting inspired.
Nearby, the Grange Park is a place of leisure and exercise for people all over the district, with a gorgeous open green space, a dog park, and an expansive children’s play structure right in the centre.
To the West, Toronto’s historic Chinatown stretches from College Street in the North, down to Queen Street. Countless charming shops and restaurants line the pedestrian-friendly neon streets. Affordable groceries and rich culture are just a short walk away.
Meanwhile, the neighbourhood is a perfect draw for students and artists alike. The World-famous OCAD University is just across the street, and with easy subway connections, UofT, Ryerson, and York University are just within reach.
Though this area historically hasn’t had many condominium towers or projects, a phase of change is coming for the area. The charming Baldwin Village, just seconds north, feels like a small town in the middle of the big city, and as certain blocks change and are redeveloped, this unique neighbourhood will be a massive draw for new buyers.