If one were to make a list of Toronto’s most desirable neighbourhoods, 346 Davenport would be at the epicentre. There is simply no more perfectly situated location in all of Toronto.
Crowned by Sir Henry Pellatt’s legendary castle known as “Toronto’s Camelot”, this magical borough is nestled on the edge of Avenue Road Hill, offering a majestic view of the city below. A sojourn through its tree lined streets provides a storybook setting famous the world
Casa Loma 1 Austin Terrace
George Brown College 160 Kendal Ave
Baldwin Steps 486 Davenport Rd
Tarragon Theatre 30 Bridgman Ave
Containing more parks per square meter than any other neighbourhood, this ever-changing palette of city life is home to interior design shops, fashion boutiques and curbside coffee shops. Recently, it has become a gourmet destination where emerging chefs and restaurateurs practice their culinary skills to excite the gourmand in you.
Sir Winston Churchill Park 301 St Clair Ave W
Fat Pasha 414 Dupont St
Playa Cabana 111 Dupont St
Upper Canada College 200 Lonsdale Rd
South Hill Home 200 Dupont St
Ezra’s Pound 238 Dupont St
Once home to the city’s most moneyed and successful business people, The Annex continues to morph into a diverse and exciting entertainment, educational and shopping district. In fluenced by its proximity to the University of Toronto, business people, artists and students mix to create a diverse and energy filled atmosphere.
Christie Pits Park 750 Bloor St W
University of Toronto 371 Bloor St W
The ROM 100 Queens Park
Honest Ed’s 581 Bloor St W
Bata Shoe Museum 327 Bloor St W
Mistura 265 Davenport Rd
Arguably the most famous neighbourhood in Toronto, Yorkville has a vibrant history. Founded by Joseph Bloor in 1830, it has since provided the city with a colourful history from 1960’s hippie haven to today’s eclectic mix of condos, office towers, chic boutiques, ve star hotels and individual Victorian townhomes. Yorkville continues to change and amaze.
The Four Seasons Hotel 60 Yorkville Ave
Equinox 55 Avenue Rd
Whole Foods 87 Avenue Rd
Holt Renfrew 50 Bloor St W
Odon Wagner Gallery 198 Davenport Rd
NAO Steakhouse 90 Avenue Rd
Simeone Napoli 92 Scollard St
Situated along Yonge Street, Summerhill is a collection of stately homes nestled along winding streets surrounded by the most incredible parkland our metropolis has to offer. The tree lined streets o er a respite from the hum of the city, interspersed with some of the most eclectic shopping in town. From the converted North Toronto Train station built in 1916 to family owned grocery and specialty food purveyors, Summerhill has something special for every taste.
Boxcar Social 1208 Yonge St
The Monk’s Table 1276 Yonge St
Black Camel 4 Crescent Rd
Scaramouche 1 Benvenuto
Pl Joso’s 202 Davenport Rd
All The Best Fine Foods 1101 Yonge St
York Racquets Club 50 Marlborough Ave
Terroni 1095 Yonge St
Named because of the profusion of wild roses scattered throughout the area, Rosedale has risen to become the home to Canada’s most prominent families. From Georgian mansions to stark modern architecture, Rosedale is synonymous with wealth and power. Once home to Rosedale Golf Club, today the area is dotted with sumptuous parks and scenic walking trails that still echo its storied history.
Nadege Patisserie 1099 Yonge St
Greenhouse Juice Co. 5 Macpherson Ave
The Private World of Mary Tripi 890 Yonge St
Ramsden Park 1020 Yonge St
Rosedale Diner 1164 Yonge St
Every great city is a collection, a variety of distinctive places, people and things brought together to create a neighbourhood. At 346 Davenport you will have the satisfaction of knowing you are at the heart of the city’s most intriguing communities.