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King West

Cool and stylish, highly walkable, great nightlife and green spaces King West is the epicentre of cool in Toronto. Clubs and urban parks abound. Without a doubt, one of the best places to live in the city. Location: King Wes...

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Historic, upscale, a shopping mecca, urban elegance redefined Yorkville is one of Toronto's most stylish and photogenic neighbourhoods. Originally a separate village established in 1830, it became a part of the city in 1883 and progressed fr...

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Distillery District

19th-century Victorian architecture, artsy, fantastic seasonal events Once home to the Gooderham and Worts Distillery, the old-world Distillery District transformed into a world-class neighbourhood pulsing with youthful, creative energy. ...

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Up-and-coming, largely residential, quiet and family-friendly One of Toronto's oldest neighbourhoods, Corktown used to be less popular than the Distillery District. These days, however, Corktown is ready to shine. Location: Corktown is l...

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Liberty Village

Urban and cool, youthful vibe, small village atmosphere in a city setting Do not let the factory buildings fool you. Once a gritty, industrial part of Toronto, Liberty Village is now a vibrant and hip neighbourhood, a choice hangout among th...

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Fun and family-friendly, usually busy, a mix of old and new Yonge-Eglinton is the centre of midtown Toronto, always buzzing with activity on the streets and inside the plethora of establishments scattered in the area. It also boasts some of ...

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Yonge-St Clair

Affluent uptown neighbourhood, lively, equal balance of residential and commercial Yonge-St. Clair sometimes seems like it is its own city. It has everything one could ever need, from restaurants and shopping options to some of Toronto's bes...

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Culinary haven, fashionable, artistic hub Far from the quiet neighbourhood of the past, Leslieville has emerged as a trendy pocket of Toronto, oozing with young and creative energy. Nightlife, restaurants, shops, events − you name it, Lesl...

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A slice of Europe, close-knit community, small-town ambiance Being in Roncesvalles Village (affectionately called "Roncy" by locals) is almost like being transported to Eastern Europe. Poland, to be exact. And while the Polish influence is s...

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