Church Street Corridor

The neighbourhood of Church Street Corridor is a supportive community that offers the connectedness of a small town, in the heart of the City. It is bounded by Gerrard Street to the south, Yonge Street to the west, Charles Street to the north, and Jarvis Street to the east, with the core commercial strip located along Church Street from Wellesley south to Alexander. From Church Street to Parliament Street, this stretch of King Street East features dozens of high-end designer furniture stores, which cater to the busy downtown office crowds and the growing number of local condo dwellers.

‘The Village’ is a popular urban destination within Church Street Corridor, connected to transit with businesses and events that are on the forefront of City building and urban life. Serving its countless office buildings and condos are hundreds of shops, cafes and restaurants including College Park shopping mall. You’ll find Toronto Police Headquarters, The Mattamy Athletic Centre, the Carlton Cinemas, Toronto Metropolitan University and George Brown Community College.

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Anchored nearby is the large outdoor venue Dundas Square – Yonge and Dundas is the epicentre of Toronto that Church Street Corridor offers. A magnet for tourists and 905ers, this intersection is home to many of the world’s top retail brands in the Toronto Eaton Centre and the Atrium on Bay, a movie theatre and countless independent shops and restaurants along Yonge Street.

Chursh Street Corridor is the historic home of Toronto’s LGBTQ communities and a primary point of contact for tourists and LGBTQ people moving to the City. The neighbourhood hosts Toronto’s annual Pride Festival, attracting over a million visitors each year, and they are served by plenty of cafes and restaurants operating day and night. A perfect location for residents and investors alike!