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The neighbourhood of Yorkville came to life when it was subdivided in the 1830s by Joseph Bloor and Sheriff William Botsford Jarvis. Jarvis also founded the neighbourhood of Rosedale.
Yorkville was incorporated as a Village in 1853 and was named after the Town of York (Toronto’s predecessor). The beautiful and historical fire station located on Yorkville Avenue includes the initials and trades of Yorkville’s first council members.
Over the years, Yorkville has always had its own identity. In the 1960s, Yorkville was a popular spot among the hippies and then became a popular shopping destination in the 1980s (and continues to be a popular shopping destination today).
With its upscale designer clothing stores, beautiful patios, quiet cafes, fine dining restaurants and some of Toronto’s most prestigious hotels, Yorkville has a reputation of being a great place for shopping, socializing and people watching. It is common for this unique and classy community to attract some of the world’s most famous celebrities. With a mix of condominiums, Victorian homes and office space amongst its lively surroundings, Yorkville is sure to be an eventful location to reside in.
The Victorian homes that are found in the beautiful neighbourhood of Yorkville were built mainly between 1870 and 1895. A large number of houses found in Yorkville are listed on the Toronto Historical Board’s Inventory of Heritage Properties.
Today you will find a mixture of beautiful luxury high-rise condos, older high-rise and boutique condos as well as historical heritage homes. There are several mixed-use condos within Yorkville such as the Four Seasons, The Hazelton and the Windsor Arms.
Below are some of the most prominent businesses within Yorkville and the surrounding area.
Four Seasons Hotel
60 Yorkville Ave, Toronto
115 Yorkville Ave, Toronto
116 Yorkville Ave, Toronto
Christian Louboutin Yorkville
99 Yorkville Ave, Toronto
82 Bloor St W, Toronto
Ferrari of Toronto
101 Avenue Rd, Toronto
120 Avenue Rd, Toronto
Richard Wengle Architect
102 Avenue Rd, Toronto