Where the craft beer flows like water.
Dovercourt and Wallace Emerson-Junction is the joining of two smaller neighbourhoods, once industrial, this suddenly trendy community has been transformed, and young professionals haven taken note of the change; vibrant nightlife and dining options, and a growing arts scene is evidence of this that.
Dovercourt and Wallace Emerson – Junction covers a vast swath of land in Toronto's west end, just north of Bloor. Within the borders of this neighbourhood you’ll find a wide array of brewpubs and microbreweries, and just about every bar in the area has great beers on tap. In addition to pubs, the neighbourhood is packed with unique restaurants, cozy cafes, retail stores, and live music venues for local talent.
Whether you’re looking for condos for sale in Dovercourt, or Wallace Emerson-Junction condos for sale have caught your eye, you have a diverse selection of buildings, varying in amenities, features, size, and price. Buyers have their pick of Toronto townhouses, mid-rises, loft residences, and high-rise towers.
Within this neighbourhood you’ll find some of the most stunning loft conversions in the city; church conversions such as West 40 and Urban Church Lofts are mind blowing, but the prices of units there might make your head explode too. However, if you’re on a tight budget, you can land an affordable unit here as well, in larger mid-rise residences like Upside Down Condos, which was almost certainly named after Stranger Things.
The vast majority of condos for sale in Dovercourt are located beside major thoroughfares — for residents, this means that transit options are practically on your doorstep. With multiple subway stations on its southern border, and several bus routes criss-crossing the neighbourhood, residents will have no trouble navigating the area.
Car owners will need to contend with some city traffic, but can hiccup their way to the Gardiner Expressway via Parkside Rd or S Kingsway.