Situated on Bay, with Bloor Street and Yorkville Avenue steps away, Pemberton Group‘s U Condominiums lies within Toronto’s most celebrated neighbourhood — a hotbed of urban culture. The community’s convenient mid-town location is adjacent to the St. Michael’s Campus of the University of Toronto, and Bay Street, Canada’s business and financial capital.
The area abounds with shopping, art galleries, taste-bud enticing restaurants and a wide variety of cultural landmarks all an easy walk from U Condominiums. And, like in any outstanding neighbourhood, some attractions just deserve to be highlighted.
One of the newest dining hot spots in the area is La Société. This cosmopolitan French restaurant on Bloor, west of Bay, is known for its who’s who roster of diners, and Prix-Fixe Menu plus traditional Bistro fare. Set amid an array of historic townhouses on Cumberland, Sassafraz Restaurant is in the heart of Yorkville. The restaurant has been a destination for decades for Toronto foodies looking to see and be seen.
Have a hankering for a sweet or for that matter something delectably savoury in a lush boutique lounge setting? Why not check out MoRoCo Chocolat, which is nestled into a cosy courtyard location on Yorkville Avenue. Known for their brunch and afternoon tea, you can also pop by for lunch or dinner, or grab some of their intriguing confections to go.
If you’re looking for some entertainment after lunch or before dinner, the neighbourhood surrounding U Condominiums won’t leave you disappointed either.
Of course, the Royal Ontario Museum is an attraction not to be missed. How could you miss it really? With its historic facade and evocative Daniel Libeskind-designed Michael Lee-Chin Crystal, the museum is a must-see for every Toronto resident and tourist alike.
Across the street from the ROM on University Avenue lies the elegant Gardiner Museum, the only museum in Canada devoted exclusively to ceramic art. With a permanent collection of over 2,900 pieces, the changing exhibitions are always compelling and make worthwhile repeat visits.
There’s always something new to see at the Bata Shoe Museum, which celebrates footwear. Situated at St. George and Bloor, the museum contains over 10,000 items, from historic to contemporary.
There are certainly hundreds of other world-class attractions within walking distance from U Condominiums, but we can’t go on forever…
Three distinctive restaurants, and three world-famous cultural attractions will have to do for now.
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