Adelaide St W & Simcoe St


Adelaide St W & Simcoe St is in the heart of the GTA’s primary employment centre, as well as countless local amenities. The surrounding area is overflowing with chic restaurants and shops, and also some of the GTA’s most iconic landmarks.

When you’re here you truly get the sense that you’re in the big city, as skyscrapers loom overhead and crosswalks are overrun with busy people. Condos around this neighbourhood are a perfect fit for those who enjoy the hustle and bustle of an urban environment.

Adelaide St W & Simcoe St has a perfect Walkscore with 100/100. This means that all errands can be accomplished without the use of a vehicle. It has a perfect Transit Score of 100/100 too.

This should be no surprise as street cars and buses provide excellent local transit, and nearby King Station connects residents with the Yonge/University Line. This subway line loops around the Financial District and reaches up to North York. Rider can also can change trains at Bloor/Yonge Station, veritably putting them in touch with the entire GTA.

  • In the heart of the Financial District
  • Surrounded by multiple transit options
  • Numerous cultural experiences in the vicinity
  • Plenty of dining options

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There are plenty of shopping options in the area that are capable of fulfilling any need. The closest shopping centre is First Canadian Place, which has over 100 shops and services. Another highlight of this mall is that it is connected to Toronto’s PATH system. PATH is a subterranean shopping mall that spans from Dundas Street in the north to Queens Quay in the south, making it possible to traverse downtown without the need of stepping outside – a big plus during those Canadian winters!

The Eaton Centre is also a short walk away, and this is Toronto’s largest shopping centre. It has over 235 shops and services and encompasses over 2 million square feet of retail floor space. Everything imaginable is available here, but it has surpassed its status as a simple shopping centre. The Eaton Centre has become intertwined with the identity of Toronto and now it is one of the most visited tourist attractions in the city.

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