Residents of The Gloucester are afforded the utmost convenience in transportation, thanks to a direct underground path from your lobby to the Wellesley subway station. Prada and Hermès, here. Pusateri’s and Holt Renfrew, there. And you, a mere minute from it all. The epicentre of Toronto’s hottest shops and stops are just one subway stop north of you. The Gloucester’s idyllic location attends to your every whim so you can do it all, and so much more.
Famously known as “the longest street in the world,” Yonge Street is the main artery and pulse of Toronto. Residents of The Gloucester are afforded the utmost convenience with a Yonge Street address putting you at the very heart of the city. What’s more is that thanks to a direct underground path from your building to the Wellesley subway station, you can get to all points of the city with ease without ever stepping outside.
Destination luxury. Live in the epicentre of Toronto’s hottest shops, restaurants, lifestyle amenities and more. An enviable location just steps to the iconic Yorkville neighbourhood where you will find some of Toronto’s most exclusive shops such as Prada, Hermès, Holt Renfrew and Pusateri’s.
Situated in the heart of the city, this lavish address is also a smart location and lifestyle choice for those looking for a quick connection to Toronto’s best schools.
Just a 10-minute walk gets you to Ryerson University, Canada’s leader in innovative, career-oriented education. Home to Canada’s largest undergraduate business school, the Ted Rogers School of Management, and Canada’s third largest undergraduate engineering school, it also boasts the best media school in the country.
Just a 6 -minute walk leads you to the University of Toronto, one of the world’s most prestigious universities with over 700 undergraduate degrees and 200 postgraduate degrees. With a longstanding reputation for innovation and research, the university was the birthplace of such ground-breaking scientific moments as the discovery of insulin and stem cell research, and the invention of the electron microscope. The university also cites teaching as a strength in disciplines spanning medicine, business, engineering, humanities, education, and more.
Opportunity knocks when you live in a neighbourhood surrounded by booming success. The Gloucester’s close proximity to Toronto’s Financial District opens up a world of possibilities, including new business and employment, as well as a diverse variety of dining options from cozy cafés to chic power lunch restaurants. It’s also home to the massive PATH underground network, with 30 kilometres of walkways, 1,200 shops and services and links to major attractions.