Welcome to Yorkville

Thanks to the outstanding shopping, cosmopolitan atmosphere, and prime midtown location, Yorkville is a real estate destination for buyers with big budgets from Canada and from around the world. A small community filled with best of the best that Toronto has to offer. 


Homes in Yorkville

Most of the Victorian homes were constructed between 1870, and the end of the 1800s and they have iconic features including cast iron fences and gingerbread detailing. Many of the homes in Yorkville are listed on the Toronto Historical Board’s Inventory of Heritage Properties.

Along with the historic homes that define the neighborhood, there are also condo-hotel combination residences which include the Four Seasons. Rubbing shoulders with some of Toronto's most prominent business tycoons and power couples is a guarantee if you can afford a condo in this area. 

Where is Yorkville

Bounded by Bloor Street to the south and Davenport Road to the North, Yorkville is often considered part of The Annex neighborhood. This wealthy Toronto community brings together residential areas, but also offices and retail. 

Once a hippie haven characterized by the presence of folk singers, Yorkville is now a high-end community boasting everything from art galleries to designer clothing boutiques.

Schools in Yorkville

Even though Yorkville is a busy area, there are small schools all over the neighbourhood. Along with the Toronto classic like Jesse Ketchum Junior and Senior, there are a number of specialty and day schools in the area as well. There aren't a whole lot of families moving into the area so for high schools and middle schools, slight travel may be involved. 

Things to do in Yorkville

The Mink Mile finds its home in Yorkville and this is where shops include Chanel, Hermes, and Dolce & Gabbana, among others. Along with luxury shopping, Yorkville includes four-star hotels, theaters, high end restaurants, boutiques, art galleries, and spas.

Yorkville is short walk to the UofT campus, the ROM, and all the shopping you can handle in one day. A big tourist attraction, you will never run out of things to do and see here. 

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