Convenience Counts at The Charles at Church.
When you live at The Charles at Church, you can find yourself just steps from Toronto’s majestic Bloor Street that connects the city with rapid, crosstown subway service, and minutes from all your everyday amenities; everything from entertainment, shopping, schools, and groceries are reachable on foot. With a perfect transit score and a walking score of 99, The Charles is a resident’s paradise.
The Charles at Church is a mere 3-minute stroll to the major subway interchange at Bloor-Yonge station, making commute to just about anywhere in the downtown area a breeze. From Bloor-Yonge station, Union Station is just under a 10 minute ride away. Here, you’re connected to streetcars, extensive bus service, and Via Rail and GO Transit lines that lead to the outer suburbs, including Toronto Pearson International Airport.
Crosstown streetcar service is just a 10-minute stroll south of The Charles, and the Greyhound Toronto Bus Terminal is only a 12 minute subway ride away. True connectivity throughout Toronto is easily achieved at The Charles at Church. With many different types of routes and the high frequency of stops, it is no wonder why The Charles scored a perfect transit rating.
When you live at The Charles, you’re never far from your next class being in close proximity to Ryerson, OCAD, University of Toronto, and George Brown College. In addition to being nearby a university that’s recognized worldwide, innovation and opportunity are always around the corner with the Mars Discovery District and Brookfield Place within reach.
A Walking Score of 99 means you have easy access to the world’s top luxury brands that line the prestigious avenues of the adjacent Yorkville neighbourhood, including one of Toronto’s most luxurious streets, Bloor Street West. Often compared to New York’s Fifth Avenue, and Los Angeles’ Rodeo Drive, Bloor Street West is lined with extravagant brands such as Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co, Cartier, and Prada.
Dining and Entertainment
Living at The Charles means you can walk to an average of 3 restaurants, bars, and coffee shops within 5 minutes. Far from nothing, your palate will always be satisfied with the wide array of delectable eateries nearby, as Bloor-Yorkville is home to some of the finest dining establishments in Toronto such as Planta, One, Sassafraz, and Buca.
For those with affection for live entertainment, you’re in luck when you live at The Charles at Church. With the Panasonic Theatre and the Phoenix Concert Theatre in the vicinity, a night at the arts is never too far.
With the richness of this cosmopolitan city and the vibrancy of the neighbourhood, you are connected completely with a city that connects the world.