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Condominium Listings in Downtown Toronto
May 22nd, 2019 
Deborah Nelissen
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ANNEX

The Annex boundaries are Dupont Street, Bloor Street, Bathurst Street and Avenue Road, including Yorkville and Seaton Village (west Annex).

The Victorian and Edwardian houses and mansions in the Annex area were built in 1900s by rich people. Because of the University of Toronto, Annex has a lot of residences for students, teachers and university staff. 64% of the properties are private dwellings. There are a few small parks where residents may tan in the sun and skate in the snow.

The Annex's population is grouped as follows: working age (2564) is 64%, children (0-14) is 8%, youth (15-24) is 12%, and seniors (65+) is 16%.

Bloor Street west is the main commercial area, with restaurants, clubs, retail stores, chic boutiques, cinemas, etc. Honest Eds is a big department store, an attraction by itself where you can find everything you need.

If you have children, the Huron Street Public School (rating: 7.2 out of 10), Lord Lansdowne Public School (rating: 5.2 out of 10), and Harbord Collegiate Institute.

Some restaurants suggestions are: Country Style, Mount Everest Restaurant, Aunties and Uncles, Kensington Kitchen, Free Times Cafe, Noon Restaurant, Hey Good Cooking, Harbord Bakery. To have just a drink: Molly Blooms, Einsteins, The Madison Avenue Pub, The Brunswick House, Labyrinth Lounge Lee's Palace and the Dance Cave.

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