The Annex

Eclectic mishmash with a comfortable and relaxed vibe.
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WELCOME TO THE ANNEX

This vibrant neighbourhood is a hub of energy and activity. The main shopping district on Bloor Street offers bars, nightclubs and restaurants and a quaint collection of art galleries, antique and bookstores. Over 100 years old, the Annex’s first residents included the likes of Timothy Eaton, the patriarch of Eaton’s department store.

THE NEIGHBOURS

Residents include people from all walks of life including successful business people, prominent artists, University of Toronto students and faculty.

WHAT TO EXPECT

Historic Toronto neighbourhood with one of the most diverse populations in the city.

THE LIFESTYLE

The Annex somehow offers quiet roads and green spaces but comes alive at night when people from all over the city converge upon its restaurants, bars and nightclubs. Get in shape at the University of Toronto’s Athletic Centre, Jewish Community Centre at Bloor and Spadina. Well served by public transit it offers Subway stations at Spadina and Bathurst on the Bloor-Danforth line, and at Dupont Street, on the Yonge-University-Spadina line. Commuter highways are twenty minutes away and you can get downtown in minutes.

THE MARKET

The Annex offers beautiful examples of Victorian, Queen Anne and Richardsonian Romanesque architectural styles built between 1880 and 1910. Many of the multi-unit homes in the Annex have recently been converted back to single-family houses as the neighbourhood has risen back to become one of Toronto’s most desirable places to live.

NEIGBOURHOOD PROPERTIES

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