The Annex Yorkville borders the University of Toronto and is a great central location right on the Bloor West subway line so getting around Toronto is easily accessible. The Annex Yorkville is mainly residential, with tree-lined one-way streets lined with Victorian and Edwardian homes and mansions were built between 1880 and 1910 to resemble the Victorian, Richardson Romanesque and Queen Anne Style.
Living in Yorkville is an utterly convenient option, with everything at your disposal. Yorkville homes are known for some of the most luxurious condos and real estate in Toronto and is in the heart of the city, it's easy to access all of Toronto – especially since both the Bloor line and the Yonge/University subway line service residents. One of Toronto’s most elegant shopping and dining areas, Yorkville is known for it's designer boutiques, high-end fashion stores & galleries such as Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Tiffany & Co, Chanel, Gucci, Prada, Tiffany and Holt Renfrew, as well as spas, salons and other services cater to a demanding group that values results over expense.
Bloor Street, west of Spadina, is lined with pubs, music shops, bookstores, café’s and restaurants. Fitness enthusiasts can get a good workout at the University of Toronto Athletic Centre. This facility has an Olympic-size pool, squash, tennis and badminton courts, weight machines, aerobics, a gymnasium and a 200 metre indoor track. The Jewish Community Centre at Spadina and Bloor has an indoor pool, a track, squash and racquetball courts, aerobics and a weight room..