Midtown Toronto has always been considered an ideal option when looking to be close to the downtown core. Many Midtown neighbourhoods run along the Bloor – Yonge subway line. Rosedale, Moore Park and Forest Hill are all touted worldwide as some of Toronto’s finest neighbourhoods. This central area of Midtown Toronto was established in the late 1800s onwards. and still features many grand homes of the time, in addition to a proliferation of custom new builds and boutique condominiums.
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- Casa Loma, built-in 1911 is the largest medieval castle in Canada, boasting a colourful history and stately grounds, it remains one of Toronto’s favourite attractions
- Yorkville is home to many of Toronto’s exclusive restaurants, hotels, art galleries, boutiques, cafes, specialty food shops, and local restaurants
- Summerhill, a close-knit neighbourhood of antique stores, fine dining and unique shops, features Canada’s largest liquors store (LCBO) housed within what was once Toronto’s main Railway Station