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About this property
A modern condo design with brand new furniture, floor-to-ceiling windows, tons of natural light nestled in Toronto’s Church Street Corridor surrounded by lots of restaurants, bars, the Eaton Centre and parks. Still nicely tucked away of the main drag it offers a quieter locale and soothing home setting, in the city core.
Get around the city easily with the subway just steps away, as well as the PATH-System (Underground mall connecting 50 buildings in Downtown), through which you can conveniently walk indoors to your desired downtown address.
There’s so much to do and see in the City Centre neighbourhood. Popular Yonge Street is just to the west, with eclectic Church Street to the east. However, for those living at 220 Victoria Street, their own street is also an exciting, urban locale of its own. Thanks to its location next door to the distinguished Ed Mirvish Theatre, Victoria Street can get quite crowded during peak performance seasons. Although, as expected of this type of venue, these crowds are more refined than most. Alternatively, at the north end of Victoria the street opens up to Yonge-Dundas Square, home to many free public festivals and shows. When residents want some revelry they only need to take a short walk around the corner. Additionally, heading further north up Victoria leads to the campus of Ryerson University. Not just for students to enjoy, Victoria street leads toward the Ryerson Community Park, a vibrant space that becomes one of the more unique skating rinks in the city during the winter. Finally, on the east side of the Community Park there’s the Ryerson Image Centre. In addition to hosting a full schedule of free public talks and exhibitions, the Image Centre is home to a Balzac’s Café and its delectable treats.