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Welcome to The Village

You don’t have to be queer to purchase Toronto condos for sale in the Village, although this neighbourhood has a reputation for being particularly welcoming to this community. Sometimes called the Gay Village, the Village is a lively downtown Toronto spot filled with businesses run by, and catering to, LGBTQ residents. The neighbourhood is spread out between Isabella Street and Gerrard, and from Yonge Street to Jarvis, with the main commercial strip situated along Church Street.

The Village condos are surrounded by shops, restaurants, and bars, making life extremely convenient for the residents that live within them. From Mexican to Japanese, locals never tire of the restaurants in the area, while special events may even call for a trip to Smith: a highly Instagrammable eatery that’s especially popular with the brunch crowd.

When cravings for comfort food hit, on the other hand, residents living in the Village condos know that Hair of the Dog will do the trick. Dining at this pub also gives patrons a taste of the neighbourhood’s past. The LeBaron Steakhouse, which used to occupy the building, was only given a slight facelift before reopening in the 1990s as the Hair of the Dog. What’s more, the original designer behind the LeBaron, which opened in the 1950s, was hired to oversee the renovation at the ripe age of 80.

The restaurants in the Village may be tempting, however it’s impossible to eat out for every meal. Thankfully, residents have access to the enormous Loblaws at Maple Leaf Gardens — a building that has a significant history of its own. Originally constructed to house an ice rink, and used as the Maple Leafs’ home base from 1931 to 1999, the heritage building is also celebrated for its impressive Art Deco façade. Besides the aforementioned Loblaws, today the building is also home to a Joe Fresh, an LCBO, and Ryerson University’s Mattamy Athletic Centre.

Condo Life in The Village

The Village condos are spread out along major roads as well as quieter side streets. This way, prospective residents hoping for convenience, as well as those wishing for serenity, can both find something that suits their needs. Those who want to live in the centre of it all can opt for buildings like The Met Condos or the The Met Condos and The Lexington, both of which are situated on Carlton Street. Alternatively, Terrace Court and 86 Gloucester are ideal for anyone who prefers the calm composure of a residential neighbourhood.

And then there are residents drawn to the neighbourhood for the unparalleled nightlife on Church Street. The Alexus should do the trick for this group, as the building is located right at the corner of Church and Alexander Street, and just south of some of the Village’s most popular venues

Transportation

With Yonge Street comprising the western border of the neighbourhood, residents living in the Village condos can get around the city with ease — even without a car. Anyone traveling north or south can simply hop on the subway at either Wellesley or Carlton Station, while those heading east or west can use the Carlton streetcar or the Wellesley bus to get around.

The condos in the Village are also well situated for those who prefer to drive. Yonge Street can be used to reach the Gardiner Expressway to the south or the 401 to the north — plus plenty of downtown and midtown neighbourhoods in between.

The Village Overview

The Locals: Open minded.

Code of Conduct: The month of May is pretty quiet in the village, with everyone resting up in anticipation of Pride celebrations in June.

What You’ll Find: A high concentration of LGBTQ-run businesses.

What You Won’t Find: Tons and tons of green space.

The Homes: Conveniently-located condos.

Sealing the Deal: The welcoming atmosphere.