Located in Toronto, St. Lawrence is home to some of the city's trendiest condos. This neighbourhood has attracted all kinds of developments, 87 condo buildings to be exact, to its exciting streets. Condo development in this neighbourhood has been thriving with 14 Pre-Construction, 28 Mid-Rise, 35 High-Rise, 22 Low-Rise, 13 Loft and 7 Luxury. Many condos for sale in St. Lawrence feature excellent amenities perfectly located in Toronto. Condos for sale in St. Lawrence are on the market for an average of 17 days. St. Lawrence had 1452 condos sold within it in 2020, an increase of 463% compared to the year before. Last year condos for sale in St. Lawrence had an average sale price of $$796,011, an decrease of -7% from the year before. This neighbourhood is a Walker's Paradise with a walk score of 97. a Rider's Paradise is available in St. Lawrence. This neighbourhood is a Biker's Paradise with a bike score of 98. Old Town and East Bayfront are nearby neighbourhoods.
CRUMBS PATTIES, Third Wave Coffee Inc., and Stonemill Bakehouse Ltd are great bakeries in St. Lawrence. A fresh cup of java or tea is never hard to find with Fahrenheit Coffee and Pasta Mia in the hood. Do you enjoy being in the kitchen? Pick up groceries at Clutch Market. Locals recommend eating at The Chefs' House, Nami Japanese Restaurant and The Old Spaghetti Factory in St. Lawrence - they have great food! St. Lawrence offers a lifestyle full of green space for outdoor lovers, parks include Caravanserais King Street installation and Max Tanenbaum Courtyard Garden. St. Lawrence St Lawrence Pharmacy and Shoppers Drug Mart are a short walk away as well. There is great shopping at Purolator. Blood lab. (St. Michael's Hospital) is the closest hospital to St. Lawrence. There are always new exhibits and events happening at Crosby Gallery and Richard Johnson Gallery. Many gyms and fitness centers are popular with residents of St. Lawrence. Some of these facilities are FORTITUDE TRAINING and Pilates4Physio - Downtown Toronto Physiotherapy in St. Lawrence. Animal enthusiasts, good news Sherbourne Animal Hospital is in St. Lawrence. The school in St. Lawrence is Downtown Alternative School. There are many students in this neighbourhood as George Brown College - St. James Campus - E Building is located within it. The closest subway station is King.
At the southeast corner of downtown St. Lawrence provides a live/work option for young urban professionals. With the pulse of downtown, a mix of modern and historic architecture and a shopping destination this is an area in demand. Centered around the market with borders on Yonge, Parliament and King, St. Lawrence fits into the downtown scape and high entertainment lifestyle. A best in class, indoor market is the anchor of this community and with its extension on the Northside, a food and antique lover can't miss. The esplanade runs through the middle of the neighborhood and offers streets lined with restaurants, shopping and night spots. There is also live theatre in the area. The flatiron building, a distinct architectural element is the oldest building of this type. It sits at the merge of Front and Wellington streets. This is in the heart of the entertainment district within the neighborhood, energy is high and there is a bustling streetlife. From the base of Yonge street the rest of downtown is accessibl...
This is a true downtown neighborhood and the demographics reflect that. With far fewer young children and older youth than most parts of Toronto and an increased population of working age individuals, this is an area loved by working age professionals. There are also very few seniors, the seniors that do reside in the area tend to live alone. The majority of area households are occupied by single residents. This is still a densely packed downtown location. Most people speak English, even at home but the are a number of Cantonese and unspecified Chinese speakers followed by Mandarin and Spanish speaking individuals. The average household income in St. Lawrence is on par with the city average at $70,000.
This is downtown life in the truest sense. The streets in St. Lawrence come to life in the very early hours. There is fine coffee and pastry to be had, which can be taken down at the waterfront for added enjoyment. The Lakeshore is just a few minutes walk south. It’s also a fully walkable live work community, with easy access to the downtown core, financial district and shopping area of Yonge. if you plan to stay in the neighborhood, then plan to eat. The density of restaurants is tremendous with independant, local establishments and big chains offering beautiful patios and views. Don’t let that stop you from taking advantage of the St. Lawrence Market. In 2012, National Geographic solidified what Torontonians already knew, by naming The St. Lawrence, the World’s Best Food Market. There are two floors in the south building that run tuesday to saturday and an additional farmer’s market in the North building on Saturday, which has been running since 1803.The South side market is jammed with stalls and vendors, everything from fresh fish and produce to wood fired bagels and the famous Toronto Peameal sandwich. If you’re too full or weighed down with purchases to walk, the streetcar and subway are easily and heavily used in this area. A car won’t be necessary but if you had one, the Gardiner and Lakeshore are a minute away. If you love theatre and live events, you’ll also be covered, there are two major live performance spaces and several large event venues.
This is downtown, all of the surrounding neighborhoods connect and are yours to play in. Energy and excitement are high and last round the clock. The Market. It can’t be said enough, this can be a highlight of the everyday or for special events and occasions. Waterfront access. It should not be overlooked that this neighborhood rests at the southern base of downtown and has access to the Lakeshore and waterfront attractions, including recreation areas and beach access. The history. St. Lawrence, like many of the lake-hugging spots is rife with history and many historic buildings and sites remain.