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Yorkville, Toronto’s Most Lucrative Neighbourhood

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Can there ever be too much of a good thing? There is a lot more to Yorkville than designer brands, luxury shopping and Toronto’s finest dining. With charming Victorian houses that decorate some of the most distinguished streets and boutique storefronts, this vibrant neighbourhood is rich in history and ambience too. The area features many small courtyards and a contemporary park located in the very heart of the neighbourhood. Steps from the U of T campus, home to the renowned Four Seasons Hotel and easy access to both of Toronto’s subway lines, this location is central to everything. The area’s award-winning restaurants, bistros and salons have played host to Hollywood celebrities and glamorous TIFF after-parties alike. International brand names—from Prada, Gucci and Hugo Boss to Tiffany’s, Chanel, Hermès and Dolce & Gabbana—line the neighbourhood’s sleek boulevards. Chic, refined and interesting at any time of day or night, this is where the worlds of high style and high culture collide in a myriad of ways to create the ultimate experience in urban living.

From hot spots to cool shops. You’re steps from everything you need.

Where To Eat Like A U.k. Celebrity Chef

Buca Osteria & Bar 53 Scollard Street | 8 Minute Walk

When Jamie Oliver tweeted his love for the Italian restaurant Buca on King Street West – calling it his favourite meal of the year – it only cemented what food fanatics in this city already knew: Chef Rob Gentile is one of Toronto’s hottest culinary wizards. The third restaurant in the Buca franchise, Buca Osteria & Bar in Yorkville has been hailed by The Globe and Mail as not only the best Buca yet, but the best Italian in Toronto, period.

Where To Cheat On Your Hairstylist

Blo 70 Yorkville Ave | 6 Minute Walk

Okay, it’s not really cheating. Think of it as a little treat to yourself. The gift of a catwalk-quality blowout. Touted as North America’s original blow dry bar, Blo is the perfect place to indulge in the affordable luxury of flawless hair. Guests choose from a menu of featured hairstyles – from Hollywood glam to the perfect pony. There are no cuts or colour to be had here. Just a superluxurious wash, blow and go. (See, we told you it wasn’t cheating.)

Where To Suit Up In Style

Suitsupply 9-11 Hazelton Avenue | 8 Minute Walk

This Dutch menswear brand, which opened its first Canadian outpost in Yorkville, is a one-stop shop for well-cut suits and outerwear, along with casual basics, leather shoes and accessories – all at relatively affordable prices. The shop’s contemporary, laid-back vibe lets you know instantly that this is no traditional suit store. But with more than 600 Italian fabrics, on-site alterations and knowledgeable staff, you can be sure they take their fashion seriously.

Where To Pass Off Gourmet Meals As Your Own

Pusateri’s Fine Foods 57 Yorkville Ave | 5 Minute Walk

This palace of epicurean delights is reminiscent of the well-loved food emporiums of Paris, London, Rome or New York. Catering to the sophisticated palettes of its customers, Pusateri’s offers a tempting array of gourmet food products from around the world. But beyond the aisles of premium olive oils and aged balsamic vinegars, you’ll also find one of the city’s best selections of prepared gourmet dishes – perfect for a busy weeknight meal, or to pretend you slaved for hours preparing for your fabulous dinner party.

Where To Dress Like An “It” Girl

Craft & Guile 70 Yorkville Ave | 6 Minute Walk

Catering to the young condo dwellers of the nearby neighbourhood, this popular womenswear boutique hits the mark with on-trend fashions and the hottest up-and-coming brands. Look for labels like Wildfox, Contrarian New York, Harlyn and LUBLU Kira Plastinina. The shop also acts as a consignment store, where vintage finds like Christian Louboutin heels are waiting to be snapped up.

Where To Transport Yourself To Paris

La Societé 131 Bloor St W | 6 Minute Walk

This stunning restaurant is what French dreams are made of. With its aged leather banquettes, boulevard lamps, rich mahogany, and a spectacular 20-by-30-foot handcrafted stained-glass ceiling, you’ll be forgiven for thinking you’re in the City of Lights. The restaurant attracts a Who’s Who of A-list guests savouring classic French bistro favourites done with a modern twist. In the warm months, take a seat on the outdoor patio along Bloor Street for the perfect spot to people watch. Ooh la la.

How To Get Around

Yonge & Bloor Station | 1 Minute Walk

The Yonge & Bloor subway station is steps away with an entrance right on Hayden Street. Enjoy the convenience of living at an address with a perfect 100/100 Transit Score and 99/100 Walk Score. Getting around the city doesn’t get any easier than this.

Where To Get Luxuriously Fit

The Yorkville Club / Equinox 87 Avenue Road In Hazelton Lanes | 12 Minute Walk

One of Toronto’s premier health clubs, The Yorkville Club was recently acquired by upscale fitness and lifestyle brand Equinox, which means the high-end facility located in Hazelton Lanes Shopping Centre is about to get an even more luxurious upgrade. Club members can look forward to a contemporary design environment consistent with the Equinox brand, along with state-of-the-art equipment, outstanding amenities and the most sought after group fitness instructors, personal trainers and experts in wellness.

Where To Unwind For The Day

Four Seasons Toronto Spa 60 Yorkville Ave | 5 Minute Walk

At 30,000 square feet, this sun-filled luxury retreat located on the ninth floor of the Four Seasons Toronto Hotel is one of the largest spas in the city. The sprawling facility features 17 treatment rooms, two steam rooms, co-ed whirlpool, lounging areas, and a salon with hair, manicure and pedicure stations. You’ll definitely want to take advantage of the spa’s exclusive body and facial treatments that can’t be found anywhere else in Toronto.

Where To Find Accessories You Never Knew You Needed

Rolo 24 Bellair St | 5 Minute Walk

Need a lochness-monster shaped ladle? You do now. This offbeat shop is stocked with an eclectic array of gifts and accessories ranging from the functional (iconic Braun alarm clocks and calculators) to the funky (Roller Skate bookends) to the just plain weird (Edgar Allan Poe themed bandages). You’ll want to spend hours searching for the perfect gift for the person who thought they had everything.