Looking for an apartment to rent in the big city? Look no further!
Toronto is Canada's largest city and one that is rich in history, culture and entertainment.
Situated on the Northwestern shores of Lake Ontario, Toronto is home to 2.8 million people of over 200 distinct ethnic origins, speaking over 140 languages and dialects. Ontario's capital city is made up of 6 boroughs, including: Toronto, North York, Scarborough, York, East York and Etobicoke.
The city is constantly offering up things to do and see all year round. You can catch a Toronto Maple Leafs NHL game or Toronto Raptors NBA game at the ACC. Or cheer on the Toronto Blue Jays at a home game at the Rogers Centre. The city hosts 6 professional sports teams and boasts a prideful home team fan base. Toronto is also home to more refined entertainment, such as the National Ballet of Canada, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and a well-established theatre district. Once a year, the city welcomes amateur and Hollywood filmmakers and actors alike, from 60+ countries, to the Toronto International Film Festival.
Nature lovers will also appreciate what Toronto has to offer. The metropolis has no shortage of greenspace, with 1,600 parks, over 10 million trees and 200km of trails. Walking and biking is a great way to get around the city, with many bike lanes available. If you need to travel around a bit faster, there are several great transportation options. Toronto is well-known for its subway system that covers a vast majority of the city, as well as its streetcar service and TTC buses. Union Station is the main hub for the VIA Rail and GO Train service, located on Front St, between York and Bay Streets.
There's no denying that Toronto has much to offer people of all cultures, ages and genders. People from all over the world have made Toronto their home, you can too!
Come visit one of our rental apartments in Toronto and you are sure to find your new home in Canada's most ethnically diverse city!