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About The Neighbourhood

Yonge and St. Clair is a vibrant neighbourhood and a popular spot for young professionals who gravitate to the area’s condos. More established families and empty nesters reside primarily on the side streets east and west of Yonge Street.

During the day, hoards of business people make their way to the office towers that occupy the main intersection. The four corners of Yonge and St. Clair are currently subject to a number of rejuvenation projects. Come evening, the neighbourhood comes to life with local pubs, sports bars, specialty eateries and higher-end restaurants that attract locals and visitors from neighbouring communities.

For mind and body engagement, there are local community centres, sports clubs, a public library, and numerous destinations for casual walkers and runners alike, including the nearby Kay Gardner Beltline Trail, David Balfour Park, the Rosehill Reservoir, and the famous Mount Pleasant Cemetery. There are also numerous gyms, yoga studios and running groups at hand to support the active lifestyle of Yonge and St. Clair’s residents.

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open_with Borders:

East: Mount Pleasant Cemetery and Rosehill Reservoir

West: Avenue Road and Oriole Parkway

North: Kay Gardiner Beltline Trail

South: Farnham Avenue

school Schools:

Public Schools

Deer Park Jr. & Sr. Public School
23 Ferndale Avenue

Brown Jr. Public School
454 Avenue Road

Jarvis Collegiate Institute
495 Jarvis Street

North Toronto Collegiate Institute
17 Broadway Avenue

Private Schools

The Bishop Strachan School
298 Lonsdale Road

Upper Canada College
200 Lonsdale Road

The York School
1320 Yonge Street

De La Salle College
131 Farnham Avenue

free_breakfast Coffee Shops:
  • 9 Bars Coffee
  • Aroma Espresso Bar
  • JJ Bean Coffee Roasters
  • Presse Café
  • Starbucks
  • Tim Hortons
directions_bus Transportation:

The St. Clair subway station is conveniently located within walking distance of all homes, giving residents easy access to the Yonge-University subway line. There’s also the St. Clair streetcar, which runs from Yonge Street to Keele Street. Operating on a track that’s separated from regular traffic thanks to a raised curb, this route has fewer stops than most, adding efficiency to east-west travel.

By car, downtown is approximately 10 minutes away and Toronto’s highways and expressways can be reached in about 20 minutes.

Neighbourhood Listings

60A Oriole Rd Toronto ON M4V2G1
  • Semi-Detached
  • 3 Bedroom
  • 22.51X172.77
  • Asset 1 4 Bathroom
27 Oriole Rd Toronto ON M4V 2E6
  • Semi-detached
  • 3+1 Bedroom
  • 25' x 188'
  • Asset 1 4 Bathroom
6 Jackes Ave Toronto ON M4T 0A5
  • 900-999
  • 2 Bedroom
  • 1 Spaces
  • Asset 1 2 Bathroom
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Coffee In The Hood

Boxcar Social


On this balmy January morning, after stopping at my office near Yonge and St. Clair, I decided to take a short walk to get my usual Americano, at Boxcar Social. It has definitely become one of my go-to midtown coffee shops.  Boxcar started its foray into the coffee and bar scene along a stretch of Summerhill’s quaint retail strip back in 2014 after taking over a former dry cleaner’s location.  Since then, Summerhill’s retail strip north of the former CP Railway station along Yonge Street has encountered a resurgence.  There have been a number of new openings by fitness studios, retailers and food service establishments, which has brought additional foot traffic to a historically quieter stretch of Yonge Street.  Since the Summerhill opening in 2014, Boxcar has opened three additional locations and I am sure there are more in the works. Boxcar is known as a multi-roaster café – this means they curate beans from a selection of roasters worldwide to offer the best selection of coffee based on the seasonality of the crop and quality of the bean.  Not only does Boxcar consistently serve up a perfectly brewed coffee and precisely pulled espresso, they also offer delicious treats. If that’s not enough, have a look through the interior open window and you’ll be delighted to know that you can also order and enjoy a delicious slice of pizza or a whole pie from Yeah Yeahs next door - with no need to leave your seat. Still not enough? Join the Boxcar crew in the evening for a selection of craft beers, wines or enjoy sipping a fine whiskey – the selection is plentiful. Besides the great Americano, what I love most about Boxcar, is the comfortable vibe that emanates throughout this 2-storey establishment. The friendly staff welcome you the minute you walk through the door. The music is playing in the background – at the perfect volume so you can still enjoy a conversation with your friends. The main level offers a dimmer bar-like feel with industrial-style light fixtures and a mix of seating - bar stools up-front and table seating towards the back. The second level offers some neat workspaces for those looking to have a more private conversation or for guests looking to get some work done. Natural light flows through the 2nd level by way of a large skylight that is situated above a hanging greenery installation and a high-top community table. Spaces upstairs fill up quickly, so arrive early! The residents and local working population have certainly welcomed Boxcar Social to the neighbourhood, and why not -  it’s cool, it’s fun, and of course it screams social. -torontoyourway Boxcar Social (Summerhill) - 1208 Yonge St., Toronto Mark Lebovits, MSA Sales Representative Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd., Brokerage 416-274-4984 | mark@torontoyourway.com

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