Yorkville

Founded in 1830 by entrepreneur Joseph Bloor (after whom Bloor Street is named), the Village of Yorkville began as a residential suburb. Yorkville is now known for upscale shopping, art galleries, fashion boutiques and antique stores, and popular bars, cafes and eateries along Cumberland Street and Yorkville Avenue and the first five star hotel in Canada. Upscale boutiques include Burberry, Prada, Gucci, Chanel, Herm├Ęs, Louis Vuitton, Holt Renfrew and Tiffany & Co. During the Toronto International Film Festival, Yorkville becomes an excellent place for celebrity-spotting, especially in the Hazelton Lanes shopping complex. Yorkville is also home to some of Toronto’s most expensive condominiums, most starting at over one million dollars and going well beyond, including: The Prince Arthur, Renaissance Plaza, 10 Bellair, One St. Thomas, Windsor Arms Hotel, The Hazelton Hotel & Residences, Hazelton Lanes.

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