Bay Street Corridor

One of Toronto’s most densely populated communities.

Overview for Bay Street Corridor, Ontario

30,479 people live in Bay Street Corridor, where the median age is 33 and the average individual income is $95,459. Data provided by Statistics Canada.


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Bay Street Corridor Real Estate

Bustling urban community filled with outstanding restaurants and beautiful high rise condominiums

One of Toronto’s most densely populated communities, Bay Street Corridor is just minutes away from the Financial District, Discovery District, and Hospital District, making it an ideal location for young professionals, business moguls, and anyone who loves living in the heart of the city. Just down the street from the University of Toronto, this beautiful community is filled with stunning luxury condominiums, beautifully renovated apartments, and a few single-family townhomes tucked away in the narrow city streets. 
With most of the buildings here having been built or drastically renovated during the last twenty years, residents can rest assured that every home has new and high-quality finishing touches. Almost every residential building comes with 24-hour concierge service as well as recreational and fitness amenities, ensuring a high quality of life.

What to Love

  • Beautiful new condominiums and apartment buildings 
  • Ideal location in the heart of the city 
  • Energetic and lively atmosphere

Local Lifestyle

Bay Street Corridor is designed to fit the preferred lifestyle of Toronto’s business elite, and the sense of sophistication and refinement can be felt throughout the community. Clean lines and contemporary style can be seen on every street, and residents often pick up groceries or a quick bite to eat on their way to or from work. This is a community built for professionals who appreciate the straightforward atmosphere that’s been cultivated here in recent years. 
There are also a variety of parks and green spaces in the heart of the neighbourhood, allowing residents to escape the anxiety that can be caused by the hustle and bustle of daily life.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Bay Street Corridor’s dining scene is one of the best in Toronto, with a number of highly-rated restaurants and exceptional eateries around every corner. Many residents start their day off at Dineen Coffee Company. This world-class café serves some of the best coffees in town, as well as a fantastic selection of baked goods, breakfast pastries, and sandwiches to help get your day started off right. 
Bay Street Corridor is also home to Momofuku Toronto, one of the most beloved high-end restaurants in town. Composed of two separate eateries—Kojin and The Noodle Bar—guests can decide whether they’d prefer an outstanding bowl of noodles and delicious snacks such as steamed buns and rice cakes or a more elevated culinary experience in their dining room. 
Co-owned by Top Chef Canada winner Carl Heinrich, Richmond Station is the “it” place to be right now. Their exquisite New American style menu has put them on the map, and with dishes like scallop crudo with buttermilk and dill oil, sheep’s milk ricotta agnolotti, and braised grass-fed beef, it’s easy to see why.

Things to Do

While Bay Street Corridor is primarily a residential and business area, there are a variety of things for residents to do in their spare time. Queens Park is a beautiful green area that opened in 1860. The park is filled with a plethora of large old trees, creating an almost fairytale-like setting for visitors to enjoy. With beautiful stone paths and a variety of statues and monuments, this is the perfect place to visit to take your mind off the stresses and concerns brought on by big city living. 

One of Canada’s oldest live theatres, Hart House Theatre is a fantastic place to see some high-quality theatrical performances. Hosting events and showcases throughout the year, residents can enjoy a variety of some of Toronto’s best shows just minutes from their homes.
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Demographics and Employment Data for Bay Street Corridor, Ontario

Bay Street Corridor has 18,045 households, with an average household size of 2. Data provided by Statistics Canada. Here’s what the people living in Bay Street Corridor do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by Statistics Canada. 30,479 people call Bay Street Corridor home. The population density is 17 and the largest age group is Data provided by Statistics Canada.


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