23 Sudbury St.
23 Sudbury Street offers convenient access to Toronto’s Business District, cool urban diversions as well as the nearby Lake Ontario waterfront and wide open green spaces.
This neighbourhood has a flourishing, classy nightlife along with hip restaurants, bars and lounges. The Drake and Gladstone are local mainstays and Mildred’s Temple Kitchen is a fave. There are 142 restaurants within a 15 minute walk.
Art galleries, design shops, lounges & shopping abound on King & Queen St. West and Liberty Village.
Close to recreational landmarks such as Martin Goodman trail, ACC, Rogers Centre, Exhibition Place, Ricoh Colleseum, BMO Field, Ontario Place, Old Fort York, Harbourfront and the Entertainment district. Trinity Bellwoods Park has one of the best public indoor swimming pools in the city as well as a great recreation centre, tennis courts and an outdoor skating rink. Stanley Park has an outdoor pool, and baseball diamond. Massey Harris Park is a scenic and peaceful place to take a summer stroll.
It’s an effortless walk to everyday necessities like the 24-hour Metro grocery store, coffee shops, Starbucks ,banks, pharmacies, veterinarians, aestheticians, dry cleaners, fitness centres etc.
Walkscore.com gives this location a 100/100 and describes it as a “Transit Rider’s Paradise” with “world –class public transportation” at your doorstep. 24-hour streetcar service along King is a two-minute walk, connecting to St Andrew subway station and the downtown core. Bus service along Dovercourt and Ossington, as well as the Queen Streetcar are also very convenient.
Eco-option is to walk or bike ride to your downtown destination.*
Be in and out of the city in minutes by way of the Gardiner, Lakeshore, QEW, DVP, or the Island Airport.
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