YORKVILLE IS EXCLUSIVE
Thinking of moving to a new neighbourhood? Take a peak at this beautiful community.
If you’re thinking of buying in Yorkville, you'll see me around this famous Toronto neighbourhood. I chose to live in Yorkville because of its proximity to shopping, entertainment, culture, transportation, world class hotels such as The Hazelton and The Windsor Arms Hotel, and of course great food. Some of the world's finest shops such as Chanel, Tiffany's and Hermes can be found along Bloor Street's famed Mink Mile.
Have you ever gone on vacation and wondered where the locals eat? This is because they know the best spots. The same can be said for “Where do real estate agents live?”. We see homes and condos every day. That’s our job. It’s our job to know ins and outs of all the neighbourhoods. So you know we are going to choose somewhere truly special to hang our hats at the end of the day. Yorkville, for me, is that special place.
THE REAL ESTATE MIX
If you are thinking of making Yorkville your next home, then you should know that Yorkville real estate is just awesome. Not that I’m biased or anything! If you are a hipster professional looking to buy a starter condo near work, a move-up buyer seeking more space, or an empty-nester looking for a luxe address to downsize, Yorkville offers it all. I’d love to show you around my neighbourhood. And the best part is, you don’t need a car.
You can find everything from fully-renovated Victorians to restructured loft conversions, gleaming condo high-rises to luxury boutique condos. Thrown into this urban mix, are older, spacious condos, and co-ops, with some rental apartments, too. Yorkville happens to be home to some of Toronto’s most expensive condominiums, yet it is affordable if you know where to look. That’s where I can help. Buying a home or condo in Yorkville can be tricky to navigate. I live and breath Yorkville Real Estate and I can help you find the right place for you.
The Neighbourhood (Yorkville) is a really diverse urban neighbourhood with a buzz and proximity to everything. People who live here are so proud of it, and it’s easy to see why. Yorkville is a swanky ‘hood’ that has absolutely everything you could want.
From its famous upscale restaurants, independent galleries, designer boutiques, luxury hotels, fine food emporiums such as Pusateri’s and now open and located in the heart of beautiful Bloor-Yorkville, Yorkville Village offers a distinguished variety of contemporary brands and unique boutiques in a vibrant and beautifully designed environment anchored by Whole Foods and a state of the art Equinox Fitness Club.
If you seek culture, the neighbourhood (Yorkville) has Canada’s largest museum and the fifth largest in North America, the Royal Ontario Museum, is located at the intersection of Bloor and Avenue Road. The area north of Bloor St. on Cumberland and Yorkville contains petite streets with cafes, restaurants and specialty boutiques and resembles more of a European style district. Yorkville really has it all!
Looking for a place to to celebrate city events? The Village of Yorkville Park is a series of unique garden located on the south side of Cumberland St. stretching west from Bellair St. It’s beautiful!
So if you want to buy a home or condo in Yorkville then you know who to call. I live and work primarily in Yorkville. I moved from the suburbs and have decided to spend my time in the best neighbourhood in Toronto.
Together, let's discover your next chapter.
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