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Create your own little oasis above the bustling city below! This roomy, light-filled 1 bedroom, 1 bath plus den condo tucked between Cabbagetown and the Church/Wellesley neighbourhood is a perfect home base for those looking for a community feel and walkable to the best of downtown. Enjoy a bright space during the day (hello sun-drenched balcony and floor-to-ceiling windows), and a cozy retreat in the evening. With an open-plan kitchen and living area, plus an oversized den, you have the perfect set-up to entertain both small and large groups of family and friends.

Use the oversized den area for a perfect work-from-home spot, or transform it into an area perfect for a home gym, extra lounge space, or location for your favourite hobby. You can even set up a second sleeping area for guests. In the bedroom, enjoy a spacious walk-in closet for storage and sliding entrance doors to tuck away the room from view when desired. The property also features high ceilings – perfect for allowing light to fill throughout the space! The kitchen features modern finishes including stone countertops and stainless steel appliances, and ample storage for everyday needs. Parking included.

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With close proximity to the downtown core, TTC, and outdoor recreation, this spot is perfect for enjoying the heart of the city. Imagine never having to worry about finding parking and getting those steps in! If you’re a Ryerson student you’re in luck – you’re just a 20-minute stroll (through beautiful Allan Gardens) to get to campus each day. Need to get across the city? It’s just a short walk to the Bloor or Yonge/University subway line, and then a quick switch at Union to get out to the airport via the UP Express or out of the city on GO Transit or VIA Rail.

Walk to historic Cabbagetown and enjoy the character-filled streets and houses on your way to Riverdale Farm and Park, or head south to shop the stalls at St. Lawrence Market. Step out the door and head West to the Church/Wellesley neighbourhood to enjoy the array of entertainment and food options nearby. Want to cheer on the Raptors, Leafs, or Blue Jays? You can easily walk, or grab the subway on Yonge Street to head South. If you need to drive out of town, it’s just a quick trip over the Bloor Viaduct to access the DVP to the Gardiner Expressway or up to the 401.


Movies, free concerts, and musical theatre are all within a few blocks radius. Enjoy live theatre at the Elgin & Winter Garden Theatre, the latest movie releases at Cineplex, live music at Meridian Hall, and numerous free music or lifestyle events at Yonge and Dundas Square or Nathan Phillips Square. Walk to the Art Gallery of Ontario, Allen Gardens Conservatory, Queen’s Park, and Riverdale Park.

Surrounded by great food and shopping, you really are in the heart of this exciting city. Head to Rooster Coffee House for your morning cup and then stroll down lively Church Street. Grab your shopping bags and head across the street for your weekly shopping at FreshCo or Food Basics, or for a wider selection at Loblaws Carlton. Taste the world with takeout from popular restaurant spots like Jollibee, Asian Gourmet, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Mr. Jerk, Ali Baba’s Middle Eastern Cuisine, Starbucks, Konjiki Ramen, Sabai Sabai, Poke Guys, and Maison Selby nearby. Need wine or beer? The LCBO and Beer Store are within 15 minutes walking distance.

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What's the Area like?

An exciting and busy neighbourhood, Downtown Toronto is a diverse area populated with a mix of students and established professionals. The perfect place for students – both at nearby Ryerson and other educational institutions – the area has long been home to a population of varied socio and economically-diverse residents who frequent the lively Ryerson campus, diverse Church/Wellesley neighbourhood and historic Cabbagetown neighbourhood. Church & Wellesley is a bright, bustling, and vibrant commerce and entertainment area, especially during the yearly PRIDE celebrations. Ryerson University, established as a school in 1948, is a central fixture to the area and has a diverse student population who attend from all over the GTA and the world. Sleepy Cabbagetown is home to historic streets filled with unique character homes and quiet leafy streets nestled around Riverdale Farm and Park.

Spanning the areas between Yonge Street to Parliament Street, and between Bloor and Queen Streets, the food options nearby are endless. Enjoy restaurants like The Keg Steakhouse Mansion, Kintaro Izakaya, Egg Bae, SMITH, Poke Guys and Kabul Express. Stop for lunch at Jollibee’s, fulfill a burger craving at Five Guys or grab a burrito from Chipotle Mexican Grill. Grab a