Yonge and Gerrard


Yonge and Gerrard could be quite possibly of the best area in the whole city. Yonge and Gerrard is at the core of Downtown Toronto, and it is near most major institutions in the city. It is very much served by the TTC, meaning you can go anyplace in the GTA from here.

Being one of the best regions for shopping in the city, so there’s little motivation to at any point leave the area. When you’re here, you won’t have any desire to go elsewhere.

Yonge and Gerrard has a Walkscore of 100/100 and a Travel Score of 100/100. These ideal scores check out on account of the conveniences in the environmental factors, as well as the excellent public transit. Yonge and Gerrard is served by road level travel along Yonge Street, and if you go one block north, you’ll get to the intersection of College and Yonge, which is the College Station.

This subway system connects to the TTC Yonge/University Line, which links to the financial district in the south, and North York in the north. You can also transfer in two stops at Bloor-Yonge Station, at which point you’re on the Bloor/Danforth line that hooks Etobicoke together with Scarborough in one seamless line. College/Carlton Street is also served by street level transit via streetcar.


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The site is within walking distance of College and Dundas subway stations. The site is served by bike routes with dedicated lanes along College Street, Gerrard Street, and Sherbourne Street.

Ryerson College is in the southeast corner of Yonge and Gerrard, which makes it an ideal area for students who are searching for places to lease. Ryerson centers around vocation based education, and it is the 10th largest university by enrollment in Canada. The nation’s largest university by enrollment is the University of Toronto, and its downtown campus is only a twenty minute stroll from this intersection. OCAD University, the best arts and design school in Canada is also closeby with only a 15 minutes walk. The proximity to two of Toronto’s major universities makes this area a attractive option for investment condos. 

There is some incredible shopping in Yonge and Gerrard’s surrounding neighbourhood. The immediate area includes a Bed Bath & Beyond, Marshalls, Royal Bank of Canada, and Bank of Montreal, as well as a few restaurants such as Banh Mi Boys and Scaddabush. If you venture a little beyond this intersection, you’ll find a myriad of other dining options, including Barberian’s Steak House, which is a institutional Toronto restaurant with a wine cellar that has over 30,000 bottles.

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