Toronto is a huge city made up of many different neighbourhoods. Not sure where you should live? Get clicking below to find out!
You’ll have to pick an answer for every question below to find out.
You Got: The Annex
A quiet night in just isn’t your thing. You prefer city streets that are busy, eclectic, and begging for endless hours of exploration.
The Annex’s energetic street scene, large Victorian heritage homes, tree-lined streets, and super-easy access to the downtown core and the University of Toronto have created a thriving downtown-oasis type of neighbourhood that doesn’t feel exclusive or stuffy at all.
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You Got: Liberty Village
You probably prefer dogs over babies, and you wouldn’t have it any other way.
Liberty Village is where a big amount of the city’s younger population live and call home. With it’s condensed combination of trendy shops, unique office spaces, and popular restaurants, and also it’s rising rents and small condo spaces as of late, it’s been called ‘family unfriendly’ by some. That’s ok though. You’re probably the type of person that isn’t looking to start a family anytime soon anyways. It’s all about you!
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You Got: The Junction
You’re a little bit country, and a little bit city.
The Junction is the very definition of gentrification over the past few years. An expanding list of Farmer’s Markets, reclamation and furniture shops, local art galleries, and organic grocery stores make this area really appealing to anyone looking to live in close-knit neighbourhood that feels more like a small town in the big city.
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You Got: Queen West
You’re the outspoken creative type that is anything but typical and run-of-the-mill.
Home to an ever-increasing number of art galleries, consignment shops, design agencies, and eclectic hotels, Queen West is known for its quirky mix of trendy and odd, and home to a mix of everyone from hipsters to young professionals.
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You Got: King West
You’re a young urban professional working the 9-to-5 grind.
King West’s trendy and ever-developing city streets are within easy walking distance of the city’s business district, which makes it the perfect place to call home for anyone looking to live close by the office, and take in dinner and a show on a Friday night and not have to worry about parking their car (or even owning one).
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You Got: The Beaches
You prefer a quiet backyard evening in or an early Sunday morning walk on the boardwalk then a night out at the clubs.
The Beaches are home to much more than just Toronto’s very biggest and best beach area at Woodbine Beach. This quiet stretch of Queen East is chalk-full of unique restaurants, bars, and coffee shops. And with plenty of detached houses with lush backyards nearby, it’s easy to see why it’s so popular with those appreciating the finer things in life.
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You Got: Roncesvalles Village
You’re a family-focused person that’s more concerned about where the best schools are and where you can get your next cup of Starbucks than much else.
Roncesvalles Village is a really well-gentrified, really family-friendly neighbourhood that’s home to tons of large homes with large backyards surrounded by great schools and great parks. A quick stroll down Roncesvalles or through nearby High Park, and it’s easy to see why so many families love to call Roncesvalles Village their home.
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