Due to its unbeatable central location, the Bay Street neighbourhood is one of Toronto's major condo markets and most densely populated neighbourhoods. Ideal for young urban professionals and students that want to live, work/study and play in the area, Bay Street is well connected within Toronto's downtown core and offers residents an ultra-convenient lifestyle. Bay Street runs from Lake Ontario in the south to Davenport Road in the north, passing through the Mink Mile–every shopper's dream.
Most notably, the Bay Street neighbourhood is home to the Financial District: Toronto's equivalent to New York's Wall Street. Canada's major banks and business law firms dominate the district, yet the area is not just a playground for investors, lawyers and finance types. With two top universities–Ryerson University and the University of Toronto–students from all over Canada and the world are attracted to the area, adding a youthful vibe. Medical professionals are also drawn to the area due to Hospital Row, which encompasses several major city hospitals plus a number of world-class research facilities.
Many of Toronto's famous cultural landmarks can also be found in and around the Bay Street neighbourhood such as: Toronto City Hall, the Eaton Centre, Massey Hall, Sony Performing Arts Centre and the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre.
You don't need to walk far to shop your heart in Bloor-Yorkville and along Yonge St, or treat yourself to the bars, gourmet restaurants and exhilarating nightlife of Queen Street. Everything else is walking distance or a speedy streetcar, bus or subway ride away.
8.5Orde Street Junior Public School Grades JK-060.535 km
9.2St Michael Choir (Sr) Secondary0.692 km
6.9Church Street Junior Public School Grades JK-060.831 km
6.2Ogden Junior Public School Grades JK-061.154 km
4.8Ryerson Community School Grades JK-081.48 km
4.5St Michael Elementary1.607 km
* School ratings provided by School Report Cards by the Fraser Institute (2014)
Could be a great fit for you? Here are some statistics to help you decide.
- 145 Total Households
- 329 Total Population
- 35 Average Age
- $80.8k Average Household Income
- Marital Status
Single (never legally married) 50.15%
Married (and not separated) 30.4%
Living common law 3.04%
- Top Religions
- Alexandra Park
- Baby Point
- Bathurst Manor
- Bathurst Quay
- Bay Street Corridor
- Bayview Village
- Bayview Woods - Steeles
- Bedford Park
- Bennington Heights
- Birch Cliff
- Black Creek
- Bloor West Village
- Bracondale Hill
- Briar Hill - Belgravia
- Bridle Path
- Broadview North
- Brockton Village
- Brookhaven - Amesbury