The Garden District Condominium is located on Shuter St, west of Jarvis St, in the heart of Toronto’s Garden District. Bordered by Yonge St to the west, Carlton St to the north, Sherbourne St to the east and Queen St East to the south, this vibrant downtown neighbourhood is immediately east of Toronto’s central downtown core, and close to fabulous shopping, entertainment, and restaurants. The Garden District is also home to two prestigious post secondary institutions: Ryerson University and George Brown college. Indulge in shopping at the landmark Eaton Centre Mall, catch a concert at Massey Hall, or spend some time outdoors at one of the many surrounding parks, all are just a short walk or bicycle ride away, in the Garden District.


Yonge Street
Yonge Street, centered around Yonge-Dundas Square

This bustling downtown stretch is one of the most vibrant areas in the city, best known for plenty of shopping, dining, and entertainment options.

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Balzac’s Coffee
122 Bond St

Inspired by French café culture, Balzac’s enchants coffee aficionados with its artisanal coffees, and fine pastries and light fare.

Balzacs.com
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Balzac’s Coffee

Yonge Street
Yonge Street, centered around Yonge-Dundas Square

This bustling downtown stretch is one of the most vibrant areas in the city, best known for plenty of shopping, dining, and entertainment options.

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Yonge Street

Fran’s
33 Yonge St #104

Serving diner classics like burgers, milkshakes, and homemade apple pie since 1940, Fran’s is beloved by generations of Torontonians.

Fransrestaurant.com
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Fran's

Joey Eaton Centre
Toronto Eaton Centre, 1 Dundas St W

Located by the Eaton Centre, Joey is the perfect spot to relax and enjoy a drink with good company. The upscale eatery serves eclectic Canadian cuisine in a trendy space.

Joeyrestaurants.com
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Joey Eaton Centre

Ryerson University
245 Church St, George Vari Engineering and Computing Centre

Established in 1948, Ryerson University is one of the nation’s most reputable universities, offering an applied, career-oriented education at its campus located in the heart of Toronto.

Ryerson.ca
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Hawthorne Food & Drink
60 Richmond St E

Hawthorne Food & Drink is dedicated to serving bright and inventive dishes using locally sourced, seasonal, and sustainable ingredients.

Hawthorneto.ca
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La Bettola di Terroni
106 Victoria St

Sophisticated and modern with a rustic flair, La Bettola di Terroni offers classic Southern Italian cuisine paired with a carefully curated selection of fine wines.

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la bettola

Saks Fifth Avenue
Hudson’s Bay, 176 Yonge St

Saks Fifth Avenue offers over 169,000 square feet of luxury fashions, accessories, and home goods from the world’s most sought after designers.

Saksfifthavenue.com
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Saks Fifth Avenue

Santouka Ramen
91 Dundas E

Santouka specializes in steaming bowls of springy ramen noodles in rich, creamy pork broth.

Santouka.co.jp/en
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santouka

The Eaton Centre
220 Yonge St

Home to over 250 of the finest retailers, restaurants, and services, The Eaton Centre is a shopper’s paradise. With over 1 million visitors every week, it’s one of Toronto’s most iconic landmarks.

Cfshops.com
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The Eaton Centre

Loblaws
60 Carlton St

Located at the former home of the Toronto Maple Leafs, this market style Loblaws is a spectacular display of internationally and locally sourced foods, fresh produce, and more.

Loblaws.ca
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Loblaws

Luckee
328 Wellington St W

Luckee by Chef Susur Lee serves elevated Chinese cuisine and offers a modern take on traditional dim sum.

Luckeerestaurant.com
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Luckee

Fairmont Royal York
100 Front St W

The most prestigious of luxury hotels in Toronto, this historical hotel offers elegant rooms and exceptional service. All of Toronto’s best nightlife, entertainment, and dining are just step away.

Fairmont.com
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Fairmont Royal York

Nathan Phillips Square
100 Queen St W

Located in front of City Hall, Nathan Phillips Square is bustling with activity all year round. From concerts, to farmers markets, and ice-skating in the winter, there’s always something fun and exciting to do at the square.

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nathan phillips square

Yonge & Dundas Square
1 Dundas St E

There’s always something to see and do at Yonge & Dundas Square. This focal area in Toronto’s downtown core has been host to thousands of events ranging from community festivals, to concerts, international celebrations, and more.

ydsquare.ca
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Massey Hall
178 Victoria St

Open for over 100 years, Massey Hall is one of the city’s most beloved concert venues with performances ranging from major international acts and emerging artists.

Masseyhall.com
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Massey Hall

Nordstrom
260 Yonge St

Nordstrom has finally arrived to Toronto, bringing 3 light filled storeys of the latest designer fashions and goods. Service goes above and beyond at Nordstrom and if you find all of the shopping has your stomach rumbling, visit the in-store restaurant, café, or bar.

Nordstrom.com
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Nordstrom

Basil Box
351 Yonge St

Inspired by the exciting flavours of Southeast Asian cuisine, Basil Box offers healthy, fresh, and customizable meals in a casual, trendy environment.

Thebasilbox.com
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Basil Box

St James Park
120 King St E

Picturesque and tranquil, St James Park offers vibrant and lush garden displays in the heart of the city.

toronto.ca/parks
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St. James Park

Ed Mirvish Theatre
244 Victoria St

This historic play theatre has provided the city with quality live entertainment since 1920 and continues to delight and inspire audiences today.

Mirvish.com
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Ed Mirvish Theater

Richmond Station
1 Richmond St W

Co-owned by a Top Chef Canada winter, Richmond Station delights the taste buds with eclectic flavours and seasonal cuisine.

Richmondstation.ca
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Art Gallery of Ontario
317 Dundas St W

One of largest galleries in North America, The AGO is home to an extensive collection of works and has hosted to some of the world’s most renowned exhibitions.

Ago.net
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AGO

Ryerson Student Learning Centre
341 Yonge St

This architectural marvel is Ryerson’s newest, and most spectacular addition to its campus. Eight stunning storeys offer spaces for students to study, collaborate, and learn outside of the classroom.

Ryerson.ca
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Ryerson SLC

St Lawrence Market
92-95 Front St E

Recognized by the National Geographic as one of the top 10 food markets in the world, the St Lawrence Market is a mecca for fresh produce, fish, fine meats, delightful breads and pastries, and more.

Stlawrencemarket.com
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st lawrence market

Dineen Coffee Co.
140 Yonge St

Dineen Coffee Co. serves expertly crafted coffee drinks and light fare in a thoroughly stylish and sophisticated space.

Dineencoffee.com
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dineen coffee

U of T
27 King’s College Circle

One of the most prestigious research universities in the world and ranking 1st in Canada, The University of Toronto offers over 700 undergraduate programs and 200 graduate programs across its 3 campuses.

Utoronto.ca
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U of T

Pai
18 Duncan St

Pai highlights the vibrant and tantalizing flavours of Northern Thai cuisine, in a colourful and casual space.

Paitoronto.com
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Pai

Air Canada Centre
40 Bay St

Home to the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Toronto Raptors, this iconic multi-use facility has been host to many exciting games, concerts, and performances.

Theaircanadacentre.com
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Air Canada Centre

Allan Gardens
19 Horticultural Ave

Dating back to 1910, Allan Gardens is a botanical gem in the city. A diverse collection of tropical plants from all over the world is gathered inside 6 stunning greenhouses.

Toronto.ca/parks
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Allan Gardens

Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts
145 Queen St W

This state of the art theatre was built specially for opera and ballet, delivering an outstanding repertoire of productions since its grand opening in 2006.

Coc.ca
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Four Seasons Centre

CN Tower
301 Front St W

An iconic fixture of Toronto’s skyline, the CN Tower attracts over 2 million international visitors each year. Enjoy Toronto’s amazing cityscape from the 360 Restaurant or try the EdgeWalk if you’re looking for a thrill.

Cntower.ca
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CN Tower

Drake One Fifty
150 York St

Located in the heart of the financial district, this upscale restaurant is an offshoot of The Drake Hotel, serving fine Canadian cuisine in an undeniably cool space.

Drakeonefifty.ca
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Drake One Fifty

St Mikes Cathedral
200 Church St

St Mikes Cathedral is one of Toronto’s oldest churches constructed in 1848. This stunning cathedral is a major city icon and designated heritage site.

stmichaelscathedral.com
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st mikes cathedral

Flatiron Building
49 Wellington St E

Known for its narrow wedge shape and mural on its back wall, this heritage building is the focal point of one of the city’s most iconic views.

Fairmont.com
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Flatiron Building

Allan Gardens
19 Horticultural Ave

Dating back to 1910, Allan Gardens is a botanical gem in the city. A diverse collection of tropical plants from all over the world is gathered inside 6 stunning greenhouses.

Toronto.ca/parks
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Allan Gardens Conservatory