CityPlace has become a magnet for young professionals and first homebuyers craving an exhilarating lifestyle in a central downtown location. Formerly railway land, CityPlace is now Toronto's biggest residential development providing affordable condo buildings that feature long lists of impressive amenities. Envisioned by Concord Adex Developments, this well-designed urban community houses more than 6,000 condos and townhouses.
Bordered by the Waterfront plus the Fashion and Entertainment Districts, CityPlace is in the midst of all the action. The neighbourhood rubs shoulders with iconic Toronto landmarks such as: Canoe Landing Park (designed by eminent Canadian artist and author Douglas Coupland), Rogers Centre (home of the Toronto Blue Jays), Air Canada Centre (home of the Toronto Maple Leafs and Toronto Raptors), Roy Thomson Hall, CN Tower, Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, Roundhouse Park, Steam Whistle Brewing Company, Toronto Railway Heritage Centre and the Harbourfront Centre: the beating heart of Toronto's arts and culture scene.
Modern day-to-day conveniences such as grocery stores and major banks can be found within CityPlace, while nearby King West, Queen West and Spadina Ave (which runs right through the centre of CityPlace) provide a myriad of shopping, dining and nightlife options. Just down the road, the Martin Goodman trail gives joggers and cyclists an excellent workout with a view.
The well-connected CityPlace neighbourhood offers motorists quick access to the Gardiner Expressway and Lake Shore Boulevard, while jetsetters can find themselves at Billy Bishop Airport in a few minutes. A short stroll to the east is Union Station, linking residents to the rest of Toronto.
8.0The Waterfront School Grades JK-080.451 km
4.6St Mary Elementary0.923 km
3.6Niagara Street Junior Public School Grades JK-061.046 km
6.2Ogden Junior Public School Grades JK-061.178 km
5.1Charles G Fraser Junior Public School Grades JK-061.352 km
4.8Ryerson Community School Grades JK-081.431 km
* School ratings provided by School Report Cards by the Fraser Institute (2014)
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- 620 Total Households
- 1.3k Total Population
- 31 Average Age
- $63.7k Average Household Income
- Marital Status
Single (never legally married) 55.3%
Married (and not separated) 22.95%
Living common law 12.42%
- 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