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Real Estate
Yorkville condos were built largely between 1870 and 1895. Many Yorkville condos are recorded on the Toronto Historical Board's Inventory of Heritage Properties. Yorkville is Toronto's most cultured neighbourhood. It has ample attraction to homebuyers from the Greater Toronto Area, across Canada and internationally. Yorkville condos residents appreciate the value of being located in a central area. Also, most importantly having speedy access to the busy downtown Toronto through commuting or travelling.
 
Entertainment
Yorkville condos has a famous park named Yorkville Park located at 115 Cumberland Street. This park has received many design awards for its confined landscape of aspects from Yorkville’s history and the Canadian landscape. Ramsden Park is located at the north end of Yorkville, on Yonge Street. This large city park includes four tennis courts, an artificial ice rink, a children's playground, and a wading pool. The Yorkville Public Library is at 22 Yorkville Avenue. It is a cozy library in Yorkville condos area. It includes programs for children and adults. The Metropolitan Toronto Reference Library is on 789 Yonge Street. This library is Canada's largest and most expanded reference library. The George R. Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, the Royal Ontario Museum, and the McLaughlin Planetarium are all walking distance in this neighbourhood. The Manulife Centre is located at the south-east corner of Bay and Bloor, featuring 12 modernized movie theatres.
 
Public Transportation
Yorkville condos is conveniently located within walking distance of the Bloor Yonge subway station on the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line and the Bay station on the Bloor-Danforth subway line. For drivers, the Don Valley Parkway is a short drive from Yorkville.
 
Family Life
Yorkville condos has been praised as being one of Canada's outstanding shopping areas. It has abundant specialty stores, fashion boutiques, jewelry stores, antique shops, and art galleries. This makes it a definite tourist attraction, and for people all over the city. Yorkville's shops and restaurants are located in beautiful Victorian houses on Yorkville Avenue, Hazelton Avenue, Cumberland Street and Scollard Street. The Hazelton Lanes shopping center is located at 55 Avenue Road, this center has more than 100 fashionable shops, restaurants and more.
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