Serviced Apartments in Downtown Toronto
Furnished Apartments in Downtown Toronto
Prominently recognized as the key CBD (central business district) in Toronto, Downtown Toronto lies fully within the Old Toronto District while being roughly 17 square kilometers by way of overall area. It is surrounded by Bloor Street and Dupont Street along with the Don Valley, Lake Ontario and Bathurst Street while also housing the municipal government of Toronto and Government of Ontario alike. It is quite natural that such a high-profile zone will have high housing and accommodation demand. There is soaring demand for the furnished apartments in Downtown Toronto as a result.
Some of Our Top Furnished Apartments in Downtown Toronto:
- Adelaide Suite
- Bliss Suite
- Morris Suite
- Marigold Suite
- Pearl Suite
- Rutherford Suite
- Emery Suite
- Reading Suite
- Dupont Suite
- Mill Suite
- Epiphany Suite
- Baldwin Suite
All of our furnished apartments in Downtown Toronto are equipped with amenities like kitchens, appliances, comfortable beds and complimentary Wi-Fi to keep you comfortable and happy throughout your stay.
Where to Stay in Downtown Toronto
The retail core zone of the area goes through Queen Street, College Street and Yonge Street while there are many public spaces, theaters, movie complexes and historic landmarks in this area. Many people prefer staying nearby. They also prefer living near the Financial District if they are here on business, which has the Toronto Stock Exchange and other major institutions. The St. Lawrence historic district has several heritage structures, dining, music and theatrical attractions and pubs galore. The Entertainment District is another great place to stay for its nightclubs, restaurants, sporting venues, hotels, boutiques and a lot more. The Yorkville zone is another place worth considering along with Bloor Street and the area along Harborfront towards the south.
Facts About Downtown Toronto
Downtown Toronto is home to the biggest concentration of businesses and skyscrapers in Canada, significantly creating an amazing skyline. It has the third highest skyscraper count in North America (for buildings surpassing 200 meters in height). Only Manhattan, New York City and the Chicago Loop have more such skyscrapers.
Here are some more interesting facts about Downtown Toronto:
- Several international and domestic entities started setting up shop here post the massive economic progress in the 1970s. All Big Five banks of Canada built skyscrapers between the 1960s and 1990s.
- Downtown Toronto has several landmarks including First Canadian Place, the country’s tallest building at 298 meters high and the CN Tower, once the world’s tallest free-standing building. Other towers include Commerce Court, Scotia Plaza, Fairmont Royal York Hotel, TD Center and Royal Bank Plaza.
- Urban consolidation took place from 2017, transforming Downtown Toronto considerably.
- OCAD University is the oldest and largest post-secondary institution for art and design with a campus here.
- The University of Toronto in the area is the oldest university in the entire Ontario province.
Weather in Downtown Toronto
The summers remain comfortable enough with freezing and dry winters. Visit between late-June and early-September for outdoor activities galore.