Historic buildings, high-end boutiques and multicultural eats come together in this central part of Toronto.

Midtown is an eclectic mix of neighbourhoods, from the University of Toronto’s scholastic vibes through to cultural havens in Koreatown and designer boutiques in Yorkville. The tree-lined streets will have you stopping for a photo on almost every block. 

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BOUNDARIES: Christie Street to the west, Sherbourne Street to the east, St. Clair Avenue to the north and Bloor Street to the south.

PUBLIC TRANSIT (TTC): Subway stations along Line 1 Yonge-University (Lawrence West to St. George and Bloor-Yonge to Lawrence) and along Line 2 Bloor-Danforth (Bloor-Yonge to Ossington).

Midtown Neighbourhoods

People sit on a large rock in Yorkville Village in summer
University College building at The University of Toronto
People eat in a restaurant in Toronto's Koreatown
Aerial view of Queens Park and the Toronto skyline looking south from midtown.
A Vibrant Growing Community, which is nestled between Forest Hill and Corso Italia (a stretch of St.Clair between Bathurst St. to Westmount Ave.) in Midtown Toronto.