Retailing in the area is characterized as uniformly high-end, including a strong concentration of global luxury brands as well as Canadian retail icons, Holt Renfrew, Davids and Harry Rosen. In total the area houses approximately 2.3 million square feet of retail space, 1.5 million of which is street front. Directly north of Bloor Street, a similar style of retailing continues in the Yorkville area, where smaller boutiques, art galleries, restaurants and lifestyle uses are prevalent. The area, being an integral part of Toronto’s vibrant cultural and entertainment district ensures a steady flow of both daytime and evening traffic seven days a week.
BLOOR STREET WEST | NORTH SIDE
BLOOR STREET WEST | SOUTH SIDE
The area benefits from numerous world-class amenities including some of the country’s best shopping, dining and cultural experiences. Prestigious retailers are complimented by some of Toronto’s best chefs and restaurants operating in venues such as One (Hazelton Hotel), Café Boulud (Four Seasons Hotel) and numerous art galleries. Please click here for more information about the Bloor-Yorkville area.
The immediate area is surrounded by some of the country’s most sought after real estate consisting of high density luxury condominiums and world-class hotels including the Park Hyatt, the Hazelton Hotel and the new flagship Four Seasons Hotel. The area is also one of the most well-connected neighbourhoods in the city with two subway lines servicing the area and an average of 465,000 people embarking and disembarking from a total of 6 stations daily. Please click here to learn more about the Bloor-Yorkville Condominium Market.