For a young professional, finding the right neighbourhood can be a daunting task. It’s not easy to find a neighbourhood that’s trendy, exciting and has the potential to help you meet more people like yourself. Let us help by providing you with the 3 best Toronto neighbourhoods for young professionals!
Yonge-Eglinton has been one of Toronto’s fastest growing neighbourhoods in the last decade due to its high demand of housing and its easy access to public transit. In addition to the available public transit, you’ll find almost anything you’re looking for from Bars, Shops, A Mall and a Movie Theatre! It’s a well sought after neighbourhood, especially by young professionals. It’s been given the nickname “young and eligible” for a reason!
Spin Dessert Café (2177 Yonge Street)
Café Latte (2409 Yonge Street)
Rachel’s Coffee House (2011 Yonge Street)
Good Bite (2463 Yonge Street)
Copacabana Restaurant (150 Eglinton Avenue East)
Bombay Bhel (164 Eginton Avenue East)
The Rose & Crown (2335 Yonge Street)
Scruffy Murphy’s Irish Pub (150 Eglinton Avenue East)
The Fox and Firkin (51 Eglinton Avenue East)
Eglinton Subway Station (Yonge and Eglinton)
Multiple Buses Leave from Eglinton Subway Station
Located from Dufferin east to Strachan and King south to the Gardiner Expressway, Liberty Village is a neighbourhood that is still growing and seems to be attracting more and more young professionals every day. A recent study showed that over 50% of the population in Liberty Village is between the ages of 25 and 40 and over 50% are single. This is due to the cheaper housing, fancy coffee shops, bars and easy access to downtown.
Liberty Village Market & Café (65 Jefferson Avenue)
Louie Craft Coffee (1187 King Street West)
Uma Café (54 Fraser Avenue)
Naomi (112 Atlantic Avenue)
Mike’s Liberty Grill (155 Liberty Street)
Caffino (1185 King Street West)
Brazen Head Irish Pub (165 East Liberty Street)
Sweaty Betty’s (13 Ossington Avenue)
The Done Right Inn (861 Queen Street West)
King Streetcar (Runs 24 Hours from Dundas West Subway Station to Broadview Subway Station)
Located from Runnymede east to Dundas West and St. Clair West south to Annette Street, The Junction is one of the most sought after neighbourhoods in the city. It’s also known to be one of the trendier areas in the city. You’ll find many enthusiastic young professionals and artsy types moving in to the neighbourhood due to the lower cost of living compared to other trendy areas in Toronto. Many businesses are following suit. You’ll find many chic art stores, furniture stores and cafes.
Crema Coffee (3079 Dundas Street West)
Good Neighbour (238 Annette Street)
Caboose Coffee House (3333 Dundas Street West)
Cut the Cheese (2910 Dundas Street West)
The Purple Onion (2998 Dundas Street West)
Indian Kiss (399 Keele Street)
The Hole in the Wall (2867 Dundas Street West)
Bryden’s (2455 Bloor Street West)
30 30 Dundas West (3030 Dundas Street West)
Dundas West Subway Station (Dundas & Bloor)
Multiple Buses & Streetcars Leave From Dundas West Subway Station
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