Yorkville has changed from an inner-city village known for bohemian coffee houses and music venues to a few prestigious city blocks peppered with haute couture and haute cuisine. Coveted heritage protected Victorian homes with beautiful quaint gated gardens are a sunny stroll to Manhattan-sized skyscraper luxury condos and everything you could eat, drink or wear. Yorkville is renowned for its walking, shopping lifestyle.
Parkettes and cafes remain a big draw in summer and winter months. The Jazz Festival, Ice Festival and Toronto Fashion Week events will add international flair to tree-lined Cumberland Street, Yorkville and Hazelton Avenue again soon!
The “Mink Mile”, a designer showcase along Bloor Street between Yonge Street and Avenue Road is home to an electric mix of high-end international brand boutiques including: Hermes, Burberry, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Hugo Boss, Dolce and Gabbana, Roots, Holt Renfrew, Harry Rosen and Peloton! Chanel, Christian Louboutin, Corbin Studios are a few international highlights along Yorkville Avenue and our personal favourite for cashmere scarves Kumari on Bellair StreetIn addition to beautiful houses and condominiums, Yorkville is home to a variety of upscale hotels such as the Hazelton Hotel, the Four Seasons, and Windsor Arms Hotel.
Parks: Ramsden Park, Town Hall Square, Asquith Green Park, Belmont Parkette