Moss Park is bounded to the north by Shuter St, to the south by Richmond St E, to the east by Parliament, and to the west by Jarvis — despite how small the neighbourhood is, it packs plenty of convenience. Residents have a range of boutiques on Queen St, as well as cafes and restaurants. George Brown College is located in the neighbourhood, and there are athletic facilities at John Innes Community Recreation Centre.
Of course, you don’t rent a condo in Moss Park for just the neighbourhood — it’s about what’s nearby. Residents can stroll to the Distillery District for the day or St. Lawrence Market for grocery shopping — or a bag of candy, no judgement here — the Entertainment District is within walking distance, and a vibrant nightlife is just around the corner on Front Street, Yonge, and The Esplanade.
Moss Park condos for rent are great for professionals, couples, and empty nesters — but families with young children will likely want to look elsewhere. The area has several desirable loft buildings, townhouses, and also a modern mid-rise condo, which happens to be named The Modern.
Do you crave industrial touches? Boiler Factory Lofts and Stonecutter Lofts will give you exposed brick walls and wooden beams — if you’re singing the Stonecutter’s song from the Simpsons right now, pat yourself on the back. For those who need some extra space, Britain’s Gate Residences has suites that can rival the square footage of a house.
Moss Park condos for rent are ideal for those who love to run errands on foot. For longer trips, there are multiple bus routes in the area, and streetcars on Queen St E, connecting to Queen Station for subway lines. Car owners can quickly reach the Gardiner Expressway by going south on Jarvis St for the nearest on-ramp.