The Core

Toronto

Downtown Toronto centres around The Core neighbourhood. If you live here, you live in the beating heart of the city. Business and finance combine with entertainment. Day and night life never stop, with bars, restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues lining every block. Since so many people want to be where the action is, condos and apartment bui...

What It's Like

What to Expect: Energy! Everything is right here in The Core. Yonge and Dundas Square, City Hall, Massey Hall, Ed Mirvish Theatre, and so many other hot spots bring the neighbourhood to life 24/7. Nathan Phillips Square has skating in the winter and events all year. Walk to theatres, Roy Thompson Hall, and the AGO. Commuting is the easiest in the city, with subway stops always a quick walk away and the Gardiner Expressway easily accessible. The CN Tower, Rogers Centre, and Air Canada Centre are also nearby for even more entertainment.   What NOT to Expect: A quiet place, or lots of green space. Downtown Toronto is a fast-paced urban centre. Driving takes longer, and parking is limited. You can find peaceful coffee shops or relax at home, but know the streets will be full of people and activity at all hours. If you want action, you’ve found it!A Day in the Life: Wake up to city views from your condo in The Core. Walk to a coffee shop, and shop at the Eaton Centre. Take a lunch break at an Italian restaurant, or have a casual bite at the local diner. Meet friends for skating at Nathan Phillips Square, while music plays and people gather. Then, dress up for the show at Massey Hall and post-show drinks at the Whiskey Bar. Or go to the club and dance all night. The Core of Toronto is always awake!In Summary: The Core is the heart of downtown Toronto, always bursting with the exciting energy of the city. 

Population
644
Households
380
Average household income
$93,679
Median age
34.5

The Neighbourhood

Are looking for excitement. The majority of real estate in The Core is home to people between the ages of 20 and 39. Since Ryerson and U of T are close, many college and university students live here, as well as professionals working downtown. People of many different cultures seek downtown Toronto living. Local Insight: “I go to Yonge and Dundas Square when they project Leafs and Jays games on the big screen. Everyone comes together to party and cheer for our city!” 


That everything is right at your fingertips. Yonge and Dundas Square has live music, street performers, and pop-up events. The Toronto Eaton Centre shopping mall is right there, and Ryerson University students mill about at the AMC movie theatre, and at local bars and restaurants. If you are looking for convenience and non-stop excitement, The Core is perfect for you.

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