Serviced Apartments in Fashion District

Furnished Apartments in Fashion District

Located between the entertainment district and Niagara, Fashion District is a commercial and residential district of Toronto. Comparatively a small neighborhood, the Fashion district is always vibrant and fashionable in all terms. This prestigious neighborhood has a rich history in the garment industry. You will find independent designer shops, expensive boutiques, and very few old wholesale sellers in this area now. If you are thinking of staying in this posh and trendy neighborhood, a furnished apartment in Fashion District will be ideal for you.

Some of Our Top Furnished Apartments in Fashion District are:

Each of these furnished apartments in the Fashion District is designed to match the vibe of the neighborhood. From luxurious and elegant furnishing to modern appliances, everything is thoughtfully designed to make your stay a comfy one. These serviced apartments come with free high-speed WiFi connectivity, a fully equipped kitchen, and much more. 

Where to Stay in Fashion District

Fashion District is one of the posh and upscale neighborhoods to stay near Downtown Toronto. You will find old architecture blending with modern interiors, high-rises as well as Victorian houses. Fashion District is not too far from the Downtown so accommodation here is quite expensive. There are lots of new condos as well as old rental apartments. However, if you are looking for a place that has all the amenities, furniture, and essentials with ample space and privacy, furnished apartments, Fashion District will be a smart choice for you.



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Facts About Fashion District

Fashion District has its own unique characteristics which differentiate it from other districts of Toronto.

Here are some facts about this trendy and posh neighborhood:

  • The Fashion District was formerly known as the Garment District as it was the hub of textile and fabric factories.
  • In the early 1900s, this neighborhood was a residential area until warehouses and factories began opening up.
  • During the 1900s, the district had a huge Jewish population, almost 80 percent of the city's Jewish population lived here.
  • After World War II, Jewish families started moving to the suburbs and were replaced by Chinese residents. This is another reason for Fashion District being so close to Chinatown. 

Weather in Fashion District

Fashion District, Toronto has a cold and prolonged winter. During the winter months, the average temperature is around -7 degrees celsius and it dips to -20 degrees celsius as well. Winters are gloomy with frequent and heavy snowfall, so most of the outdoor tourist activities are closed. If you are planning to visit the city and its surroundings, the best season would be summers. June to August the temperature is moderate with a bit of humidity as the Fashion District is close to Lake Ontario. The average temperature during the summer months is 27 degrees celsius.