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About Toronto
The fifth largest city in North America, Toronto is also the capital of Ontario, Canada, and the nation's largest and wealthiest metropolis. More important than its overall size, however, is the direction Toronto is headed: Upward. Though this is true in a literal sense, as the city has more hi-rise buildings under construction than New York City and Chicago combined, it's also true at a figurative, economic, and cultural level, as Toronto's Bay Street financial district has increasingly attracted both businesses and educated professionals from around the world. With a population that has risen by over 100,000 in the last five years, alone, to a total of over 2,600,000 residents, Amalgamated Toronto, which consists of several interconnected communities, has also become host to a number of influential people in the publishing, telecommunications, and entertainment industries. With trendy areas like the Distillery District, Harbourfront, and Yorkville to choose from for both recreation and living, this young and upscale workforce can enjoy all the fine dining, art venues, and social clubs that are expected of a major world city. Individuals who are looking to permanently settle in Toronto, however, also have the option of selecting from the many elegant Victorian and Edwardian homes that line the quiet streets of the city's historic districts. An eclectic mix of modern and traditional styles, the city's housing stock, which still includes buildings that predate the Great Fire of 1904, also includes a number of homes with baronial proportions. Ultimately, no matter what profession they're in or type of neighborhood or home they're looking for, anyone who settles in Toronto is guaranteed to benefit from the political stability, safety, and mild mannerisms for which Canada is known.

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ROSEDALE CLASSIC

C $ 7,295,000  in Toronto, Canada
Johnston & Daniel
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PREMIER LAWRENCE PARK HOME

C $ 7,295,000  in Toronto, Canada
Johnston & Daniel
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GATED EDGEHILL PARK ESTATE

C $ 6,650,000  in Toronto, Canada
Johnston & Daniel
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LUXURY 6 UNIT COMPLEX

C $ 5,300,000  in Toronto, Canada
Johnston & Daniel
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  • The fifth largest city in North America, Toronto is also the capital of Ontario, Canada, and the nation's largest and wealthiest metropolis. More important than its overall size, however, is the direction Toronto is headed: Upward. Though this is true in a literal sense, as the city has more hi-rise buildings under construction than New York City and Chicago combined, it's also true at a figurative, economic, and cultural level, as Toronto's Bay Street financial district has increasingly attracted both businesses and educated professionals from around the world. With a population that has risen by over 100,000 in the last five years, alone, to a total of over 2,600,000 residents, Amalgamated Toronto, which consists of several interconnected communities, has also become host to a number of influential people in the publishing, telecommunications, and entertainment industries. With trendy areas like the Distillery District, Harbourfront, and Yorkville to choose from for both recreation and living, this young and upscale workforce can enjoy all the fine dining, art venues, and social clubs that are expected of a major world city. Individuals who are looking to permanently settle in Toronto, however, also have the option of selecting from the many elegant Victorian and Edwardian homes that line the quiet streets of the city's historic districts. An eclectic mix of modern and traditional styles, the city's housing stock, which still includes buildings that predate the Great Fire of 1904, also includes a number of homes with baronial proportions. Ultimately, no matter what profession they're in or type of neighborhood or home they're looking for, anyone who settles in Toronto is guaranteed to benefit from the political stability, safety, and mild mannerisms for which Canada is known.
  • ROSEDALE CLASSIC
  • PREMIER LAWRENCE PARK HOME
  • GATED EDGEHILL PARK ESTATE
  • MOST COVETED ADDRESS IN SOUTH ROSEDALE
  • OLD WORLD CHARM WITH METICULOUS RESTORATION
  • EXQUISITELY RENOVATED MAJESTIC HOME
  • LUXURY 6 UNIT COMPLEX
  • MAGNIFICENT MIDTOWN RAVINE PROPERTY
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