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A premier neighborhood at the intersection of Eglinton Avenue and Yonge Street, Yonge Eglinton is one of Toronto’s best neighborhoods to stay, centrally connected to Midtown Toronto, one of the four CBDs (central business districts) outside of the Downtown core. Demand is sizably high for furnished apartments in Yonge Eglinton owing to the connectivity and great livability. The area is bounded by Briar Hill Avenue, Yong Street, Eglinton Avenue and Avenue Road. A survey in 2017 courtesy of Toronto Life, ranked the neighborhood as the best in Greater Toronto by way of livability, transit, entertainment, crime rate and housing among other factors. Several neighborhoods surround the area including Lytton Park, Forest Hill and Lawrence Park among others.
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Our furnished apartments in Yonge Eglinton offer all the amenities that you require for a comfortable and memorable stay. They offer everything from complimentary Wi-Fi and well-equipped kitchens to ultra-comfortable beds.
Where to Stay in Yonge Eglinton
There are several areas that you can consider in the neighborhood including Eglinton Avenue and Yonge Street along with Briar Hill Avenue, Avenue Road, Elmsthorpe Avenue, Frobisher Avenue and other areas like Lawrence Park, Forest Hill and Lytton Park.
Facts About Yonge Eglinton
The neighborhood witnessed its first settlements created in the early 19th century courtesy of Europeans. They formed the Eglinton farming village as part of the biggest Upper Canadian region for cattle grazing. It was the first region in all of North America to extend usage of cowbells for all cattle.
Here are some more interesting facts about Yonge Eglinton:
- For honoring its rich heritage, the City of Toronto Government named a local thoroughfare as Cowbell Lane.
- The Battle of Montgomery’s Tavern was held here in 1837 just northwards from the Yonge Street and Eglinton Avenue junction.
- The Metropolitan Street Railway started functioning with horse-drawn streetcars here in 1884.
- The area was integrated into North Toronto in 1890 and eventually annexed into Toronto back in the year 1912.
- The Yonge streetcar line was extended northwards in 1922 for replacing the Metropolitan Line.
- The Yonge subway line opened the first 12 stations in 1954.
- Multiple businesses have corporate headquarters at this intersection including TVOntario, Canadian Tire, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario and more. The Canada Square Complex is a major office tower here.
- Toronto Life Magazine has ranked the area at number 4 out of 140 neighborhoods in Toronto recently as one of the Best Places to Live in the City.
- The area is becoming a key transit hub with its proximity to the subway and upcoming LRT train network for Eglinton Crosstown. Metrolinx has identified this zone as a Place to Grow Mobility Hub.
Weather in Yonge Eglinton
The summers are comfortable with freezing and dry winters. The best time to visit is anywhere between late in June and early in September for enjoying all major outdoor attractions and activities.