When you really think about it, the quality of your life has a lot to do with where you live.
That’s because having convenience and choice is of paramount importance when it comes to all of those moments of everyday life- from running errands to enjoying time outdoors to going to school, to meeting with family and friends. That’s what location, location, location really boils down to.
That location translates into providing a connection that makes a neighbourhood a community. You know- the kind of place where shopkeepers offer unique wares, your server at your favourite restaurant knows what you want before you sit down and your barista doesn’t have to ask you your name.
That’s what you’ll get when you live in a thriving community, where shopping and dining is fun, flavourful and lifestyle-enhancing.
There is something uniquely alluring about St. Clair West; there is an energy and excitement, as well as a sense of community connection.
The Lure of Leaside For all of life’s essentials, there is a great selection within walking distance, making errands easy. Shoppers Drug Mart, Rexall’s Banks, LCBO, Valu-Mart, Metro, Whole Foods, the Beer Store and more are all located here. Support local...
Candice Orsntein draws on 20 years as a Makeup Artist, working in the demanding film and television industry and now brings that expertise to St. Clair West at Source Organics
If you love giving those time-worn furniture pieces a new life then maybe, just maybe you’ve heard of the little craze called ‘chalk paint’. St. Clair West welcomed Poppy Seed Creative, owned by Jelena and she’ll teach you how to breath new joy and life into that time-worn piece confined to you basement.
One the best attributes of Toronto is patchwork of distinct neighbourhoods, each with its own unique vibe and character. Koreatown is a favourite, running along the stretch of Bloor Street, between Bathurst and Christie.
The lifeblood for any Real Estate agent is to meet new people, and there’s no better way than at Toronto’s Park and Bark Dog Show and Outdoor Market held last Saturday in the Yonge and Davisville neighbourhood.