The St. Lawrence neighbourhood is home to some of the most interesting architecture Toronto has to offer - from the Flatiron building to the St. Lawrence Hall. Established in the early 1800's, this is far from your new, contemporary neighbourhood that's on its way up. But that's where the appeal lies. Toronto has done a great job of preserving the neighbourhood's old world feel while condo supply has been steadily increasing.
There is a fantastic mix of large, spacious units from decades past to new towers redefining the area's skyline.
Inside this hidden gem is an eclectic collection of restaurants, bars, speciality shops and grocers that provide residents with a seemingly endless supply of Toronto's best. Among those luxuries is the St. Lawrence Market, housing 120 vendors, merchants and artisans. Love to be out and boot? There's no shortage of things to do: Not to mention it’s short walk commute to all the downtown office towers.
2) Sip on some traditional barista's lattes (Starbucks is stil there too!).
3) You've got staples like Winners, Metro, a LCBO and numerous arts centres.
4) If you're up for some fine dining, Lucien reigns supreme.
5) Choose an intimate wining and dining experience at The Wine Bar http://www.9church.com/.