Before it was known as the Bay Street Corridor, the community was once known as St. Johns Ward. The community was mostly made up of Jewish residence who had come to Canada in the 1890’s while fleeing Eastern Europe. In the the early 1990’s the area experienced a boom in high rise condo construction which has continued to this day.
Today, the Bay Street Corridor consists of mainly high rise condos of various calibers and sizes. From rental apartment buildings to some of Toronto’s finest luxury condos including the Shangri-La and St. Regis, the area has it all when it comes to condo living. The Bay Street Corridor is one of the most populated neighbourhoods due to it’s central location. Many residents work in the Financial District, on “Hospital Row” and in the general downtown area. The neighbourhood is also popular for students who are attending the University of Toronto and Ryerson College.
Toronto’s Bay Street Corridor consists mostly of high rise condos and apartments as well as a small number of older semi and townhomes. Since the 1990’s the neighbourhood has experienced many new high rise condo developments. From high end luxury condos such as the Shangri-La and St. Regis to rental apartment buildings, the area has it all. The community is very popular among young professionals who are looking to live close to the Financial District and “Hospital Row” as well as students attending the University of Toronto and Ryerson College. Due to it’s central location and high demand, the area is popular among investors looking to purchase income properties.
Are you thinking about buying a Bay Street Corridor condo or you are thinking of selling your Bay Street Corridor condo? I would love to hear your specific real estate objectives and to discuss how I can help you achieve them. Take the first step towards achieving your objectives by contacting me today. I look forward to hearing from you.
Below are some of the most prominent businesses within the Bay Street Corridor.
Momofuku Noodle Bar
190 University Ave, Toronto, ON
188 University Ave, Toronto, ON
77 Adelaide St W, Toronto, ON
Earls Kitchen + Bar
150 King St W, Toronto, ON
Ki Modern Japanese + Bar
181 Bay St, Toronto, ON
Dineen Coffee Co.
140 Yonge St, Toronto, ON
TD Canada Trust
394 Bay St, Toronto
The Hospital For Sick Children
555 University Ave, Toronto, ON