The Entertainment District is THE place to be seen in Toronto! With the option to play, eat, drink and dance at a different venue each day of the week, you may never feel the need to leave this pulsating zone. The Entertainment District is nestled southeast of the downtown core between Spadina Ave, University Ave and the Gardiner Expressway. The exhilarating King West artery runs right through the heart of the area and Union Station connects it to the rest of Toronto.
The Entertainment District attracts people from all over the Greater Toronto Area because it is home to the highest concentration of nightclubs, four major-league sports teams, the National Ballet of Canada, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Canadian Opera Company and most notoriously, TIFF: the Toronto International Film Festival, which for two whole weeks each September fills the streets with international celebrities and the who's who of Canada.
Boasting an incredible compilation of Toronto's hottest landmarks, performance centres, world-class sporting venues and boutique hotels, it's no wonder this place is buzzing 24/7. Within minutes, you're at the: CN Tower, Rogers Centre, Air Canada Centre, Roy Thomson Hall, Canada's Walk of Fame, Metro Toronto Convention Centre, TIFF Bell Lightbox, Princess of Wales Theatre, Royal Alexandra Theatre, Ripley's Aquarium of Canada or Steam Whistle Brewery.
Hugely popular with young professionals who work within the area itself, next door in the Financial District or downtown; the Entertainment District is the epitome of Toronto's thrilling urban lifestyle!
6.2Ogden Junior Public School Grades JK-060.887 km
8.0The Waterfront School Grades JK-081.278 km
4.6St Mary Elementary1.355 km
4.8Ryerson Community School Grades JK-081.408 km
9.2St Michael Choir (Sr) Secondary1.412 km
8.5Orde Street Junior Public School Grades JK-061.56 km
* School ratings provided by School Report Cards by the Fraser Institute (2014)
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- 525 Total Households
- 1.2k Total Population
- 33 Average Age
- $86.3k Average Household Income
- Marital Status
Single (never legally married) 53.17%
Married (and not separated) 21.87%
Living common law 15.44%
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