This gem of a neighbourhood, located in a fast-developing “it” area just east North York’s busy city centre, is close to everything you need, but just removed enough to give you the peaceful retreat you crave.
You’re minutes from the Toronto Centre for the Performing Arts, Mel Lastman Square (host to great events all year-round), the Douglas Snow Aquatic Centre (with an Olympic pool), two movie theatres and the North York Public Library.
You’re close to great schools, outstanding shopping, parks, restaurants and more – and you’re not far from the subway, highways and main thoroughfares, so it’s easy to get around, whether you’re staying uptown or heading into the downtown core.
This public square is the perfect spot to relax. A stream, planters, trees and benches surround the space creating a soothing atmosphere. The large pool at the centre of the area exudes a calming aura in the summer months but is transformed into a skating rink in the winter. The square also hosts a variety of activities, including concerts, farmer markets, cultural festivals, and family events.
At 630,000 square feet, Centerpoint Mall is one of Canada’s largest malls. It’s home to over 120 shops and restaurants including major retailers like Canadian Tire, Hudson’s Bay, Shopper’s Drug Mart, and No Frills.
The YMCA centre offers childcare and a wide range of programming for all ages. It’s health and fitness facilities feature two swimming pools, newly renovated change rooms, conditioning areas, dance studio, squash and racquetball courts, indoor track, gym, and on-site parking for members.
One of Canada’s leading community academic hospitals, North York General Hospital has one of the largest Family and Community Medicine programs and efficient emergency departments in Canada.
The Don Valley Golf Course is one of Toronto’s most prestigious courses, featuring a classic Howard Watson design with challenging holes, and some of the most beautiful scenery and natural landscapes in the city.
Located at the corner of Hawksbury and Elkhorn Drive, the Bayview Village Tennis Club offers memberships, tournaments, and classes and programs for all ages.
Metro offers fresh produce, handcrafted baked goods, prepared meals, house products, and more at this convenient location on Church Avenue.
Located at Bayview Village, Origin North offers internationally inspired cuisine in a thoroughly modern wood accented interior. Artfully composed and sophisticated, the menu offers an innovate spin on classic dishes.
From the perfect sandals for a day on the beach to dazzling heels for a night on the town, you’ll find the best and latest in women’s footwear at Nine West.
Located in Bayview Village, Il Fornello serves wood-fired Neapolitan style pizzas and pastas prepared using the freshest ingredients.
A beautiful, urban green space, the East Don Parkland comprises of a long chain of parks following the East Don Rivers. The East Don Trail weaves through the ravines and lush landscapes of the park, providing a wonderful opportunity for biking, hiking, or taking a leisurely stroll.
Home to over 110 luxury and specialty retailers, Bayview village spans an impressive 440,000 square feet and features the latest in luxury fashion. Personal shopping services, valet parking, and Wi-Fi service make your shopping trip all the more enjoyable.
Founded in 1969, Sephora offers one of the most impressive collections of beauty products around, showcasing over 300 brands and delivering the latest in beauty.
One of 11 outdoor allotment gardens scattered across Toronto, the Bishop Allotment Gardens features several plots that can be leased.
Auberge du Pommier offers an exquisite French dining experience with masterfully executed cuisine in a sophisticated French country inspired interior.
Fairview Mall is one of the city’s most spectacular shopping destinations, spanning over 900,000 square feet of amazing shops, restaurants, and more. From affordable fashions to upscale luxury brands, casual dining, and a cinema, Fairview Mall offers the best in shopping and entertainment.
Part of Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, St. John’s Rehab is solely dedicated to specialized rehabilitation. The 160-bed hospital is also the home to Canada’s only dedicated organ transplant rehabilitation program and burn rehabilitation program.
Spanning 19.8 hectares, Newtonbrook Park features a naturalized ravine with trail running along the length of the park. Hikers can enjoy trails and breathtaking natural landscapes.